Articles by If Americans Knew

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Israel Advocate Ravich Named to Senior Intelligence Post, Planned US-Israel Cyber Project against BDS
If Americans Knew – TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Sep 2018

28 Aug 2018 – New deputy chair of the Intelligence Advisory Board, which helps shape U.S. intelligence policy, is Samantha Ravich–an Israel advocate who previously worked for AIPAC spinoff WINEP, was a senior advisor to pro-Israel FDD, senior advisor to the Chertoff Group. See video of her speech at Israel Bonds event, where she describes a cyber project that will combat BDS.

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Associated Press Double Standard in Israel-Palestine Reporting
Kathryn Shihadah and Alison Weir | If Americans Knew – TRANSCEND Media Service, 12 Feb 2018

Associated Press is one of those news sources we expect to be objective and reliable. But when it comes to the subject of Israel-Palestine, things are not always as they seem.

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Harvard Crimson Ad Asks if Anti-BDS Harvard Profs “Only Care about Certain Lives”
If Americans Knew – TRANSCEND Media Service, 4 Sep 2017

30 Aug 2017 – A full-page advertisement in today’s Harvard Crimson asks, “Do some Harvard Professors only care about certain lives?” The ad refers to a statement signed by 71 Harvard professors in the health, medical, and life sciences fields that opposed the international academic boycott of Israel.

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Powerful Resignation Letter by UN’s Rima Khalaf about Removal of Israel Apartheid Report
If Americans Knew – TRANSCEND Media Service, 27 Mar 2017

The following is the resignation letter by ESWA Executive Secretary Rima Khalaf in response to the formal request by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres that ESCWA withdraw the publication of a scholarly report (below) that found Israel guilty of apartheid.

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While Israel Kills and Maims …
Alison Weir – If Americans Knew, 14 Jun 2010

The Outrage at Helen Thomas. Whenever Israel commits yet another atrocity, its defenders are quick to redirect public attention away from the grisly crime scene.

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