From the Palestinian director shattering taboos in her own society, to a journey away from Zionism, to Richard Gere likening Hebron to Jim Crow, here are the most popular articles we published this past year. By +972 Magazine Staff 20. Looted from Beirut 35 years ago, now on display in Tel Aviv Read the full article here. 19. Two killed in Bedouin village slated to be demolished, replaced with Jewish town Read the full article here. 18. The Palestinian director bringing her generation to the big screen Read the full article here. 17. Is Sheldon Adelson behind Trump's decision on Jerusalem? Read the full article here.…Read More...
Recent American Jewish protests marked an important step in interconnected, cross-border resistance to occupation and oppression. But in order to grow, the organizers must reach out to Palestinians — and to their elders. By Samuel Molnar On the last Sunday of March, 1,000 Jews, led by Jewish-American anti-occupation group IfNotNow, marched to the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) to sing, chant, pray and blockade its doorways. This moment represented an unmistakable opening in the battle to disassemble the machine of Israel’s occupation. It was a win. IfNotNow presented a united front of Zionists and non-Zionists…Read More... | 13 Comments
Wearing shirts and carrying flags bearing insignia of the JDL, once declared a terrorist organization, the violent men and women also attacked left-wing Jewish activists. At least one was arrested. Members of the Jewish Defense League severely beat a 55-year old Palestinian American man and assaulted several American Jewish activists with IfNotNow outside the AIPAC Conference in Washington, D.C. Sunday, new video footage provided to +972 Magazine shows. Kamal Nayfeh, a father of four and an instructor at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC, was reportedly visiting his daughter Danya, a student at Georgetown University in Washington at the time. He…Read More... | 19 Comments
The 'Brigade Juive' claims to have sent the threatening email to 8,000 activists worldwide, lamenting that since French law doesn't do enough against boycott supporters it must take matters into its own hands. By Yael Marom A right-wing group calling itself the “Brigade Juive” (Jewish Brigade) says it sent thousands of threatening emails and messages to boycott Israel activists around the world overnight Thursday, promising to “put an end to BDS.” The messages were apparently sent primarily to activists in France, Australia and Israel. [tmwinpost] The senders, who addressed recipients as “dear boycotters” (in French), warned (in English): “We have…Read More... | 4 Comments
Recently revealed details about autopsy of murdered rapper suggest he suffered torture by EMR, a violent technique used by south Tel Aviv gangs, which causes heart attacks in the space of hours More revelations are surfacing from the FBI files recently released about murdered rapper Tupac Shakur. Last week, the FBI revealed that Shakur had received death threats from the Jewish Defense League, a right-wing extremist group. “"The JDL… have been extorting money from various rap music stars via death threats," the FBI file on the case states. The report then goes on to describe how the group would make…Read More... | 4 Comments
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