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The self-described "free speech activist" can be seen mocking and laughing at the security guard before beings hot in the leg outside the Etz Jacob synagogue.
The lawsuit aimed to block the anti-BDS legislation based on the First Amendment, arguing that the bill violated free speech.
The European Parliament must vote massively in favor of “neighboring rights” for the survival of democracy and one of its most remarkable symbols: journalism.
We are liable to witness the forming of an unholy alliance between the Internet giants and the state, and the critically wounded victims will be us, the citizens.
By TEHILLA SHWARTZ-ALTSHULER
Silencing speakers on campus reflects a broader tightening of academic freedom in general. Universities should be places where there is a free exchange of ideas in an honest pursuit of truth.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The bill would shut down Israeli groups that try to put IDF soldiers on trial in international courts.
By LAHAV HARKOV
If independent journalism is going to survive, it needs the public to tip the scales.
By GUY MARGALIT
Communications Minister Ayoub Kara vows channel will stay on the air.
The battle between the neo-Nazis in America and those who oppose them continues.
By AMIT DERI
The deputy regional director called the moves a "chilling setback for freedom of expression."
By ADAM RASGON
Some initial reports about the right-wing rally in Boston could have been misinterpreted.
By ERIC SUMNER
In historic Boston Common park alone, hundreds of protesters who believe the event could become a platform for racist propaganda dwarfed the few dozen rally participants.
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