News and Analysis (7/25/17)

Many of the supporters of the Anti-Boycott Act realized afterwards they did not know what they were actually supporting; Jewish Voice for Peace says: “Take Action to Stop Unconstitutional Attack on Freedom to Boycott”:

Israel abandons the policy of forcing worshipers through metal detectors …

… after violence provoked by the policy went international when “an Israeli security guard killed two Jordanians after being attacked by one of them with a screwdriver”:

“While KPFA emphatically supports serious free speech, we do not support abusive speech”:

The American Muslim community is growing into a dynamic group — one that is firmly planted in the U.S. tradition of individualism:

Trump explains his hesitation over his staff’s proposed Afghanistan policy, “I want to find out why we’ve been there for 17 years”:

Starting from the bottom, Zarif Khan worked his way up to be a humble and charitable millionaire promoting equality in his restaurant and fighting for his citizenship:

With one of the oldest generations of Muslims, in this community you can see Muslims in the banks, schools, and hospitals; they are a vital part of Philadelphia:

“49 Palestinians have now been killed by Israelis in 2017”:

A “student of American politics, … [Khan] often paraphrases John F. Kennedy: he is not a Muslim mayor; he is a mayor who happens to be Muslim”:

Legally blind Syrian Refugee takes photos to show the humanity of the people from his refugee camp and becomes noticed by Canada:

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