free speech

Fearing to be ‘too Jewish’

The freedoms America provided were unique; historically Jews were considered second or third class citizens – if citizens at all.

By DAVID ELIEZRIE
07/01/2020
NY State assemblyman calls to protect free speech at Binghamton University

Leftist students verbally abused and ransacked tables belong to conservative students

High profile hate speech case heard in South Africa’s Constitutional Court

Trade unionist Bongani Masuku threatened Jewish community in blog post and during a speech at a Johannesburg university

Los Angeles synagogue
Transgender Youtuber shot while filming LA synagogue and girl's school

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.

bds boycott
Arkansas judge's dismissal of anti-BDS lawsuit applauded

The lawsuit aimed to block the anti-BDS legislation based on the First Amendment, arguing that the bill violated free speech.

28/01/2019
The Palestinian newspaper Al Quds that published an interview with Jared Kushner, U.S. President Don
Are the Internet giants eviscerating journalism?

The European Parliament must vote massively in favor of “neighboring rights” for the survival of democracy and one of its most remarkable symbols: journalism.

By SAMMY KETZ
01/09/2018
BDS
Young Germans protest BDS conference

The title of the conference is “Future for Palestine and Israel – Does Germany prolong the occupation?”

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Iran's ban of Telegram messaging app sparks infighting

Telegram is believed to have some 20 million users in Iran out of a total population of 80 million.

Vilnius, Lithuania
Lithuanian bill would ban books critical of the country

The proposed law is said to be "one of the most blatant and harshest" laws curtailing free speech in Europe.

By JTA
03/04/2018
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Al Jazeera, ‘free speech’ and the future of journalism

One thing though will remain true in the future as in the 1980s: stories about two-headed seals will still make headlines.

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