Palestinian auto mechanic Nagham Dweikat checks the bottom of a vehicle at a repair shop in the West Bank city of Nablus, Saturday, March 8, 2014. A new RAND study shows huge potential economic benefits to both Israel and Palestine if the two countries find peace. (ANTIMEDIA) A study conducted by RAND—a U.S.-based research organization—has […]
The law is the first of its kind in the state of Oregon though similar measures have been passed in various counties in California and in San Juan County, Washington.
(ANTIMEDIA) Last May, Jackson County Oregon voters passed a law to ban the growing of GMO crops. This Saturday, that law came into effect. The law is the first of its kind in the state of Oregon though
«With Islamophobia proving to be alive and well in America, it’s crucial to protect the freedoms of those who are constantly being subjected to discrimination.»
(ANTIMEDIA) Back in 2008, Samantha Elauf was denied employment at an Abercrombie and Fitch store in Oklahoma on the basis that she wears a hijab, or headscarf worn for religious (Islamic) purposes. Elauf brought this case to the attention of CAIR
Over the past few hours, Anonymous has been tweeting about today’s hacking of Israeli websites and social media accounts, insisting that — despite various claims that the cyber shutdown proved to be an ultimate failure — #OpIsrael was an actual success.
(ANTIMEDIA) Hacktivist group Anonymous launched their cyber attack against Israel today, which they have dubbed “OpIsrael2015″ or “Electronic Holocaust.” However, while the media is downplaying the results the cyber shutdown as minimal and having little
Highlighting the cold indifference and cruelty that has come to characterize the Israeli occupation, a recently discharged soldier has posted photos of herself smiling as she sits besides blindfolded Palestinian prisoners.