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The IMEU 58m
Last week, the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC took dozens of Congress members on a delegation trip. While many Republicans tweeted about the trip, the Democratic delegates were much more low profile on social media, hinting at a growing partisan divide
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is trending on Twitter as Palestinian users celebrate the strength and resilience of their grandmothers in solidarity with Rashida Tlaib, who Israel barred from visiting her grandmother in the occupied West Bank.
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Rashida Tlaib's village in the occupied West Bank has been subjected to decades of land grabs for the express purpose of building illegal Israeli settlements, in addition to a highway which is off limits to Palestinians.
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The IMEU 3h
Even though the right to boycott has come under increasing attack at the state and national level, students at Fordham University won the first court victory specifically protecting the right to organize for Palestine on a U.S. college campus.
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The IMEU 4h
"I think American citizens need to ask Israel, what do you have to hide?...there's an attempt by Israel to chill any forms of dissent and to prevent anyone willing to bear witness to the oppression it commits against the Palestinian people from entering. "
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The IMEU 4h
What Israel did to Rashida Tlaib in banning her from going to her homeland is a reality all Palestinian-Americans are familiar with. They are routinely racially profiled, interrogated, denied entry and deported when trying to visit family.
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The IMEU 5h
Palestinian official Mustafa Barghouti on Democracy Now! reacts to Israel's banning of Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar: "This Israeli establishment, before everything else, is afraid and frightened from exposing the realities here in Palestine."
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The IMEU 5h
Politicians, celebs, and activists are calling on members of Congress not to visit Israel until it allow all elected US officials entry. Beyond this, Israel should allow all Palestinians the right to return to their homes and land.
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The IMEU 7h
Last week, the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC took dozens of Congress members on a delegation trip. While many Republicans tweeted about the trip, the Democratic delegates were much more low profile on social media, hinting at a growing partisan divide
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The IMEU 7h
is trending on Twitter as Palestinian users celebrate the strength and resilience of their grandmothers in solidarity with Rashida Tlaib, who Israel barred from visiting her grandmother in the occupied West Bank.
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The IMEU 8h
Rashida Tlaib's village in the occupied West Bank has been subjected to decades of land grabs for the express purpose of building illegal Israeli settlements, in addition to a highway which is off limits to Palestinians.
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The IMEU 8h
Even though the right to boycott has come under increasing attack at the state and national level, students at Fordham University won the first court victory specifically protecting the right to organize for Palestine on a U.S. college campus.
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The IMEU 8h
"I think American citizens need to ask Israel, what do you have to hide?...there's an attempt by Israel to chill any forms of dissent and to prevent anyone willing to bear witness to the oppression it commits against the Palestinian people from entering. "
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The IMEU 9h
Senator Bernie Sanders: "If Israel doesn’t want members of the United States Congress to visit their country, to get a first-hand look at what’s going on...maybe [they] can respectfully decline the billions of dollars that we give to Israel”
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The IMEU 9h
What Israel did to Rashida Tlaib in banning her from going to her homeland is a reality all Palestinian-Americans are familiar with. They are routinely racially profiled, interrogated, denied entry and deported when trying to visit family.
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The IMEU 10h
Palestinian official Mustafa Barghouti on Democracy Now! reacts to Israel's banning of Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar: "This Israeli establishment, before everything else, is afraid and frightened from exposing the realities here in Palestine."
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The IMEU 14h
Replying to @RashidaTlaib @IlhanMN
Palestinians and solidarity activists are routinely denied entry into Israel over their support for human rights and their criticisms of Israel's violation of Palestinian rights.
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The IMEU 14h
Replying to @theIMEU
Politicians, celebs, and activists are calling on members of Congress not to visit Israel until it allow all elected US officials entry. Beyond this, Israel should allow all Palestinians the right to return to their homes and land.
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The IMEU 22h
Palestinian official Mustafa Barghouti on Democracy Now! reacts to Israel's banning of Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar: "This Israeli establishment, before everything else, is afraid and frightened from exposing the realities here in Palestine."
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The IMEU 23h
What Israel did to Rashida Tlaib in banning her from going to her homeland is a reality all Palestinian-Americans are familiar with. They are routinely racially profiled, interrogated, denied entry and deported when trying to visit family.
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