Over 30 New York scholars and activists spied on by former Mossad agents

Over 30 New York scholars and activists spied on by former Mossad agents

Palestine Legal confirmed today that a 2017 attempt to scare New Yorkers believed to support boycotts for Palestinian rights with bogus ‘cease and desist’ letters was the work of ex-Mossad agents. The people targeted by former Israeli intelligence agents with Psy-Group include faculty at Columbia University, New York University, multiple City University of New York (CUNY) campuses as well Black, Jewish, and Palestinian volunteers from groups such as Adalah-NY and Jewish Voice for Peace.

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Palestinian American Detained Near Border for Sketching and Writing

Palestinian American Detained Near Border for Sketching and Writing

On December 2, Palestinian-American artist and author of the graphic novel BaddawiLeila Abdelrazaq, and two friends were detained and interrogated near the Mexico border because Ms. Abdelrazaq's notebook sketches and Arabic writing apparently raised red flags.

 

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Media Spotlight on 'The Palestine Exception'

Media Spotlight on 'The Palestine Exception'

We are excited to share the extensive media coverage of our report, The Palestine Exception to Free Speech: A Movement Under Attack in the US, released last Wednesday in partnership with the Center for Constitutional Rights.

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New Report: The Palestine Exception to Free Speech

New Report: The Palestine Exception to Free Speech

Palestine Legal Responded to Nearly 300 Incidents in 2014-2015; 85 Percent Targeted Students and Scholars on More Than 65 College Campuses

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Palestine Legal’s Statement on Website Blacklisting Palestine Rights Activists

Palestine Legal’s Statement on Website Blacklisting Palestine Rights Activists

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May 29, 2015, Chicago– The following statement was issued today by attorneys at Palestine Legal: 

“Canary Mission’s attempt to stifle criticism of Israeli policies by profiling individuals and threatening to ruin careers is a tactic reminiscent of the McCarthy era. 
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Rasmea Odeh Update

Rasmea Odeh Update

NLG released the following statement on Friday, November 21, 2014.  PSLS and other organizations urge Judge to reinstate Rasmea Odeh's bond so she can continue her social work pending her sentencing in March. 

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All out for Rasmea in Detroit!

All out for Rasmea in Detroit!

After a series of unfair rulings by Judge Drain a few days ago, our call for everyone to “Get on the Bus” is now even more important.  All of Rasmea's supporters must pack the courtroom every day of the trial, and especially the first week: Tuesday, November 4th, through Friday, November 7th.

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