An Obama administration-endorsed “champion of change” has lashed out an African American pro-Israel activist, accusing her of forgetting “where she came from” and implying she is being manipulated by the pro-Israel community.
In the wake of violent riots and attacks against Jews in France by critics of Israel’s defensive operation in Gaza, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls condemned the assaults and warned of the connection between anti-Semitism and the anti-Zionist movement in Europe.
Here’s a pro-tip for all you budding citizen journalists with a microphone and a handicam: Whenever a man on the street package includes a man holding a microphone up to a guy dressed up in a “Holy Bible” costume and he says “Hey Bible guy, can we talk to you for a second?” you know you’ve got gold.
And that’s what Dan Joseph of MRCTV has with his latest video encounters with anti-Israeli protesters in Washington, D.C.
Andrew Breitbart was the brilliant man who discovered that walking into a line of left-wing protesters with a camera and asking them simple questions about the cause they are chanting about will reveal more about the left than any white paper from a Beltway think-tank. And Joseph’s foray into the Pro-Palestinian march Wednesday does just that.
Duke University has installed as the new director of its $3 million Islamic Studies Center a controversial Iranian-American professor whose scholarship has come under fire for anti-Israel bias and who once used a picture of dead Jews in Nazi death camps to illustrate his writing on the Palestinians.
A group of Canadian Israel supporters who were violently beaten last week by a crowd shouting anti-Semitic slurs said they continue to be bullied on the Internet and in the media by those who claim that they were looking for a fight.
Hundreds of Jews were trapped in a Paris synagogue on Sunday as violent anti-Israel protesters marched on Bastille Square under a banner that read “Total Support for the Struggle of the Palestinian People,” according to the Times of Israel.
An antiwar conference hosted by the American Prospect and the American Conservative in June featured a panelist who once spoke at a Holocaust denial conference and claims American Muslims are a disloyal “fifth column” who should leave the United States.
More than 5,000 French Jews are expected to leave France for Israel due to the struggling economy and the rise of radical Islam and the far-right political party, Fox News reports.
The United Nations has tapped as its next High Commissioner for Human Rights a Jordanian prince who has said that Palestinian suicide bombings are “no less horrific” than Israel’s efforts to prevent civilians from terror attacks.
Al Jazeera English’s senior political analyst is under fire for telling a prominent Jewish writer that he “gives Jews a bad name” and should know his place by showing “some Jewish humility.”