Posts Tagged “Illegal Israeli settlements”

Trump will recognize Israeli annexation of West Bank, officials say

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Trump will recognize Israeli annexation of West Bank, officials say

Trump will recognize Israeli annexation of West Bank, officials say State Department officials said Tuesday they will recognizer size Israel’s plans to annex major areas of the West Bank, under the condition that Israel pursues peace with the Palestinians under President Trump’s “Deal of the Century.” By Ray Hanania President Trump will recognize Israel’s annexation…

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Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom

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Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom

Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom Pro-Israel and anti-Arab American government officials are bending to pressure from foreign lobbyists and PACs to approve laws that curtail the free speech rights of Americans when it comes to the interests of the foreign country, Israel. BDS laws which violate American Constitutional protections have been approved in…

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The need to undo anti-BDS laws

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The need to undo anti-BDS laws

The need to undo anti-BDS laws Laws are being passed in America to deny American citizens their right to criticize a foreign country, Israel. The laws are targeting BDS, the Boycott, Divestment, Sanction Movement, which has organized peaceful protests against Israel’s illegal settlements and Israel’s anti-human rights policies. This article at the Middle East Monitor…

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ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5

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ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5

ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5 Washington, D.C. | www.adc.org | March 2, 2018 | This Monday, March 5, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) urges all its members to join the National Call-In Day to stand up for our right to free speech and defeat the Israel Anti-Boycott Act. CLICK HERE TO CALL YOUR…

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JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements

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JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements

JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements Jewish Voice for Peace identifies four top companies that are instrumental in supporting the racist, illegal all-Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank on lands stolen from Palestinian Christian and Muslim owners. Those companies are shameful and include: Caterpillar, Priceline.com, TripAdvisor and Airbnb. These companies are contributing…

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Faith groups oppose denial of civil rights to critics of Israel

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Faith groups oppose denial of civil rights to critics of Israel

Faith groups oppose denial of civil rights to critics of Israel Faith Groups Publish Statement Defending First Amendment Right to Boycott Friends of Sabeel North America, FOSNA, announces a full-page statement published today in The Kansas City Star on behalf of the Presbyterian Church USA, United Church of Christ, Alliance of Baptists, American Friends Service Committee,…

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ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel

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ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel

ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel USCPR Welcomes ACLU Lawsuit Challenging Unconstitutional Anti-BDS Law The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights welcomes the American Civil Liberties Union’s landmark lawsuit, filed today, challenging an anti-boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) law in the state of Kansas for its violation of the First Amendment. The Kansas law…

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UN denounces illegal Israeli settlements

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UN denounces illegal Israeli settlements

UN denounces illegal Israeli settlements UN chief welcomes Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements as ‘significant step’ United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the adoption of a Security Council resolution which states that the establishment of Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory occupied since 1967, have “no legal validity,” constitute a “flagrant violation” under international…

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John Hagee and What Jesus Really Said

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John Hagee and What Jesus Really Said

John Hagee is the founder and National Chairman of the Christian-Zionist organization Christians United for Israel/CUFI. John Hagee also founded Cornerstone Church, is the CEO of his non-profit corporation, Global Evangelism Television and the President and CEO of John Hagee Ministries, which reaches 150 million households. John Hagee recently wrote: Christian support of Israel usually comes…

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Netanyahu’s “happy talk” campaign to destroy peace

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Netanyahu’s “happy talk” campaign to destroy peace

Netanyahu’s “happy talk” campaign to destroy peace. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has done everything possible to destroy the peace process and prevent the establishment of a Palestinian State, but cleverly disguises his nation’s brutality with “happy talk” and disingenuous pleas for “peace.” By Ray Hanania Benjamin Netanyahu is not idiot. But he is no advocate…

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University of Illinois at Chicago endorses BDS

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University of Illinois at Chicago Student Government votes unanimously to divest from Israeli occupation The Undergraduate Student Government Assembly of the University of Illinois at Chicago voted unanimously on Monday (February 15th, 2016) to pass a resolution urging the university to divest from corporations profiting off of the Israeli occupation and other human rights violations….

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HaaretzQ Conference Addresses US Israel Special Relationship

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HaaretzQ Conference Addresses US Israel Special Relationship

On Sunday at the HaaretzQ conference in New York, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power admitted that Israel’s, “Continued settlement growth raises questions about Israel’s long-term objectives… By Eileen Fleming On Sunday December 13th at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, HaaretzQ with New Israel Fund Conference engaged an Israeli-American discussion about our…

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