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Lawfare Project investigates NYC for calling out Jews on social distancing

The request by the Lawfare Project was made in light of a tweet by de Blasio posted after police broke up a funeral gathering following the death of Rabbi Chaim Mertz.

Kuwait Airways under scrutiny after refusal to fly Israeli from London Heathrow

Kuwait is one of many countries that either do not recognize Israel or do not allow Israelis to visit there. The countries include Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, among others.

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Law firm offers pro-bono representation to victims of antisemitic assault

The move was in response to the increasingly worsening wave of antisemitism, especially the nine incidents of antisemitic assault in the New York area during Hanukkah.

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French challenge labeling West Bank products as ‘colony’

The French and ECJ legal proceedings are now taking place in parallel with Israel’s allies hoping to head-off the labeling issue on at least one of the two legal battlefields.

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Nazi ideology no longer to appear in Google search results in Spain

The Lawfare Project filed several take-down notices with Google LLC after the Jews identified content in Google search results that included extreme and defamatory racism against the Jewish people.

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NGO in antisemitism case: Giving JVP a seat and not Hillel is still discrimination

The Lawfare Project has brought a suit alleging discrimination and antisemitism against San Francisco State University.

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