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"Ilhan Omar" says David Duke called her the most important person in Congress and that the statistics that say 25% of Muslims are radicalized are wrong because “the rest of us are liars.”
Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders and Beto O’Rourke all took shots at Netanyahu, who is in a tight contest with Benny Gentz, who leads the Blue and White Party, ahead of Tuesday’s vote.
“A progressive Zionists is the same as a progressive Nazi,” Abbas Hamideh, an Al-Awda leader, chanted in Sunday’s protest, with demonstrators cheering him in response.
“Had it been up to me, SJP would not have received the award," stated Andrew Hamilton, president of New York University of the anti-Israel college group.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
Anti-Israel activists who will address the event include Roger Waters, Linda Sarsour and Marc Lamont Hill.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
“Security is our top priority and it’s preferable to take no risks,” organizers of the event at Sciences Po university wrote Tuesday.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ
One of the student groups being honored was Students for Justice in Palestine.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
“To pass resolution after resolution against Israel while ignoring China, Russia or Cuba is a horrendous hypocrisy,” U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell said at a protest outside the UNHRC.
By HERB KEINON,ANNA AHRONHEIM
Bringing decency back to colleges when it comes to Israel.
By MARK BANSCHICK
The first event, featuring pro-BDS activist Shir Hever who was slated to speak on “Israel’s Right-Wing Friends in Europe and in the US,” was scheduled to take place in January in the city of Bonn.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
PORTNOY say their first protest video was pulled from Facebook without explanation.
By AMY SPIRO
“I had to do my bit,” Vanessa Redgrave told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview published on Tuesday. “Everybody had to do their bit, to try and change things for the better."
The incident is the latest of a string of revelations detailing Corbyn’s antipathy for the Jewish state and highlights the widening gap between the British left and the country’s Jewish community.
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