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Free Muslims represent the U.S. on combating anti-Semitism and Intolerance against Muslims
President Kamal Nawash represented the U.S. before the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in the session on combating intolerance against Muslims.
Read Kamal's speech on Fighting Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims.
About 6.8 million Jewish Israelis and 6.8 million Palestinians live under Israeli control. Throughout this area, Israel is the sole governing power. Israeli authorities methodically privilege Jewish Israelis and discriminate against Palestinians. Laws, policies, and statements by leading Israeli officials make plain that the objective of maintaining Jewish Israeli control over demographics, political power, and land has long guided government policy. In pursuit of this goal, authorities have confined, forcibly separated, and subjugated Palestinians by virtue of their identity. These deprivations are so severe that they amount to the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to annex parts of the land that Israel has brutally and undemocratically controlled for decades. And watching all this unfold, I have begun to wonder, for the first time in my life, whether the price of a state that favors Jews over Palestinians is too high.
This article explores the practice, widespread among the diasporic Syrians and North Africans of the nineteenth century, of pretending to be Arabs. “Arabs” were astute purveyors of Orientalism, both in entertainment and in trade. Syrian peddlers and merchants played the Orientalist card because they knew it would help sell their goods.
Sirhan Sirhan attends his parole hearing at a prison in San Diego, California, on 27 August. The parole panel recommended that the man convicted of killing Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 be released after 53 years behind bars.
A resolution condemning Israel's brutal military regime and "apartheid" has been passed by a local branch of America's second largest teaching union, the American Federation of Teachers.
One of the most well-regarded human rights organizations has stated that Israel has crossed the line and is guilty of committing crimes against humanity and of being an apartheid regime.
The report reflects a shift in how human rights advocates are addressing the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict.