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Is Denying the Nakba Antisemitism?

Peter Beinart The Beinart Notebook
If expelling people because they are different does indeed constitute “anti-semitism,” then the Nakba — in which roughly 750,000 Palestinians were either expelled from their homes by Israeli forces or fled constitutes a vast “antisemitic” atrocity.

AIPAC’s Dangerous New Antidemocratic Project

Ezra Oliff-Lieberman The Nation
In the name of supporting Israel, the lobbying group has created a new super PAC that is only too happy to boost candidates that threaten our democracy.

US Charitable Donations Are Funding Displacement of Palestinians

Mohammed Khatib Truthout
When the first Land Day occurred, Palestinians understood the land grab by the Israeli government. The premise has always been taking away the lands of the surrounding Palestinian villages, so the communities would have nowhere left to build.

From Israel to Russia, Occupiers Are Remaking the World Order

Haggai Matar +972 Magazine
Israel cannot wholeheartedly join sanctions against Russia or denounce its war crimes while leading a diplomatic campaign against the Palestinian-led BDSanctions Movement, or against proceedings in the International Criminal Court.
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