Good news is never that exciting. It’s always more dramatic to ring the alarm about one problem or another. Calling Israel an “apartheid” state, as Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) did recently, is a good example. It’s so inflammatory that it’s guaranteed to attract maximum attention, both from critics and supporters of the Jewish state. I […]
The two new Muslim congresswomen claim they were targeted as anti-semites even while accusing Jews of being disloyal to the US
De Maio detailed the Palestinian Authority’s attempts at political manipulation, including accusations that Israel is an apartheid state that carries out “extrajudicial killings.”
The report accuses Israel of fostering “strategic fragmentation of the Palestinian people” in order to control them.
Prior to abandoning the campus, BDS activists became so irate in response pro-Israel activists’ non-violent demonstrations that they resorted to waving flags of the Hezbollah and Hamas terror groups.
“The Ecumenical Leadership Council of Missouri rejects without hesitation any notion or assertion that Israel operates as an apartheid country.”
Four ads were reportedly placed in 500 London trains for what anti-Israel activists call “Israeli Apartheid Week.”
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s recent controversial remark that Israel risks becoming “an apartheid state” in the absence of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict shined a spotlight on the perceived demographic threat to Israel
US Secretary of State John Kerry is attempting to backtrack on recently exposed secret comments he made saying Israel would become an “apartheid state.”
#Rethink2014 is one of the more creative Twitter hashtags I’ve recently encountered. Launched by students opposing the hatefest otherwise known as “Israeli Apartheid Week” (IAW), the hashtag is designed for incorporation into tweets that explain why this ghastly annual event is a series of calumnies and lies from beginning to end. Some examples: “I oppose […]