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Why did Facebook ban The Electronic Intifada’s ad for “Killing Gaza”?

Social media giant’s crackdown on Palestine-related speech and dissent appears to be intensifying.

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Netanyahu’s Iran speech for an audience of two

Delivered in Tel Aviv, Israeli prime minister's remarks were intended for Washington and Riyadh.

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Israel threatens Giro d’Italia protesters

Glitz of prestigious cycle race won’t hide Israel’s human rights crimes, says Amnesty.

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Al Jazeera denies it canceled US Israel lobby film

Zionist Organization of America claims Qatari ruler promised undercover investigation would not air.

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Saudi crown prince’s gift to Israel

Do Mohammad bin Salman’s “Jewish state” comments live up to the hype?

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How “Russiagate” helps the Israel lobby

Forcing RT to register as “foreign agent” set precedent for Israel lobby to suppress Al Jazeera film.

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What’s in Al Jazeera’s undercover film on the US Israel lobby?

Qatar pressured to ensure explosive documentary never sees light of day.

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Gulf states in “race to the heart of the Israeli lobby”

Saudi Arabia, Qatar see closer ties with Israel as a way to win support in Washington.

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Activists who blockaded UK arms fair acquitted

More than 100 were arrested while protesting weapons sales to world’s worst rights abusers.

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Gaza in a vice

Palestinians -- once again -- are on their own.

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