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Amira Hass: When Only Journalists We Like are Welcome

Amira Hass: When Only Journalists We Like are Welcome

What’s wrong with this picture? Israeli journalist Amira Hass was covering a conference at Bir Zeit University. She was perfectly up front with the Palestinian student organizers helping run the event, registering that she was from Haaretz. Hass says she has covered events and interviewed Palestinians at the Ramallah campus for 20 years, and has

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Amira Hass Tossed Out of Palestinian Conference for Being ‘Jewish Israeli’

Haaretz journalist Amira Hass, a radical left winger who often promotes the Palestinian narrative, learned a lesson in Palestinian intolerance this week after being unceremoniously removed from a conference at Birzeit University. According to Hass’s own account of the incident, two Palestinian academics approached Hass during the conference and asked her to leave, citing “a

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Defending a Professor’s Freedom of Speech?

The saga of the Professor who wrote that pro-Israel students were “brain dead” continues in Illinois and on the pages of the New York Times. Our video, “Steven Salaita: Free Speech or Anti Israel Hate?” demonstrates that the University of Illinois did not fire Steven Salaita because he was a critic of Israel. They rescinded

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Academic Boycott Making Resurgence on Campus

When the American Studies Association approved an academic boycott against Israel late last year, the academic world spoke out against the move loudly and clearly. Presidents of 250 academic institutions signed a letter of opposition. Brandeis University and other prestigious institutions formally withdrew from the association. “We can no longer support an organization that has

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Activist Admits BDS Effect Largely Psychological

Although the strategy of boycotts, divestment, and sanctions conjures an image of an economic war against Israel, the truth is that the psychological effect of the BDS movement is far more insidious. Studies typically show that Israel’s economy is resilient enough to withstand the limited effects of BDS. But every time a boycott is called

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