Tag Archives: Ali Abunimah
Paris court fines Air France for following Israeli order to interrogate passenger whether she was Jewish
A court in the Paris suburb of Bobigny found Air France guilty of illegal discrimination against Ankour and fined the airline 10,000 euros ($13,000) in damages and another 3,000 euros ($3,900) in costs.
an Israeli-founded, now US-based, company that is trying hard to hide its Israel connections to avoid BDS campaigns
The vote deals a major blow to intense efforts by Israel and allied organizations to suppress Palestinian solidarity activism on US campuses
One spectator managed to break on to the court unfurling a Palestinian flag, while several others were arrested, according to local media reports
Four of five speakers pull out of UNESCO conference honoring Israel’s Peres at University of Connecticut
A “human rights” conference at the University of Connecticut was in disarray after almost all the speakers pulled out
Don’t go to Israel because it mistreats Palestinians, South Africa tells citizens as mayors cancel trip
“Because of the treatment and policies of Israel towards the Palestinian people, we strongly discourage South Africans from going there,” South Africa’s deputy minister of international relations and co-operation has told a South African newspaper
Israel agency raises tax-exempt US, UK funds to put settlers in occupied Golan Heights, northern Palestine
The Jewish Agency, a quasi-official arm of the Israel government that encourages settlement in Palestine, and the Israeli government itself, are taking advantage of US and UK charity laws
Norman Finkelstein’s views on the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement may be somewhat shortsighted.
A judge in Olympia, Washington today dismissed a lawsuit designed to force the Olympia Food Co-op to rescind its boycott of Israeli goods.