Israel

Rashida Tlaib Headlined Anti-Semitic Hate Fest

Other speakers have compared Israel to white supremacists, rapists

Representative Rashida TlaibRep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) was the keynote speaker at a conference hosted by a Muslim organization that traffics in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and that counts among its supporters those who seek Israel's destruction.

International Criminal Court Declines to Prosecute Alleged Israeli War Crimes

Decision is defeat for anti-Israel activists across the globe

Turkish ship Mavi Marmara is seen docked at the port in Haifa on August 5, 2010The International Criminal Court on Monday declined to re-open an investigation into alleged Israeli war crimes stemming from a 2010 incident in which a Gaza-bound flotilla filled with militant anti-Israel agitators was intercepted by Israeli authorities, leading to a bloody confrontation.

Oberlin Students Erect Memorial to Palestinian Terrorists

Memorial commemorates 'Palestinians who died at the hands of Zionist Settler Colonialism'

Students at Oberlin College erected a memorial to dozens of Palestinians killed in an Israeli rocket strike without acknowledging that more than half of the casualties were members of a Palestinian terrorist organization.

Wikipedia’s Anti-Israel Editors Unmasked

Group launches effort to combat anti-Israel bias on internet's largest encyclopedia

Israeli flag March Takes Place During Jerusalem DayA pro-Israel organization has exposed the identities of many top Wikipedia editors who use the online encyclopedia to promote anti-Israel bias and causes, a first-of-its-kind effort that is unmasking a global online network of Israel critics.

Trump Endorses Controversial, Unprecedented Policy on Settlements Held by Previous Administrations

Support for U.N. resolution calling Israeli settlements illegal made in final days of Obama presidency

WEst BankSecretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday that the United States had reversed a Carter administration-era State Department legal opinion calling Israeli settlements in the West Bank "inconsistent with international law." The decision, apparently long in the works, comes days after a ruling by an E.U. court requiring Israeli products made in disputed territories to carry special labels—a decision widely seen as creating a legal pretext for the E.U.'s eventual adoption of boycotts on Israeli goods.