BDS

Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), pictured during a hearing on February 27, 2019, decided Friday not to accept Israel's restrictive conditions for her visit to family in the occupied West Bank.
"What Israel proposed to Rashida Tlaib was their age-old proposition: you can stay in your homeland as a humanitarian exception—without political rights—and on condition you surrender and cease to resist."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Fordham University cannot stop students from forming a pro-Palestinian group, the New York State Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
"Because of Justice Bannon's order, no Fordham student will be restricted or...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"The Israeli government has shown that it will continue to violate Palestinian...

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Angela Davis
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute has come under righteous fire after caving to Zionist pressure and rescinding a decision to give its highest award to activist, academic, black icon, native daughter and BDS supporter Angela Davis, who's spent decades fighting for the civil rights they supposedly represent. Supporters of Davis, who sparked the ire of the pro-Israel lobby, had one message for suddenly craven institute members: Palestinian rights are human rights.