News and Analysis 6/24/22

“Let’s be clear, states are trading their citizens’ First Amendment rights for what looks like unconditional support for a foreign government” …

… while in Scotland “the UK Lawyers for Israel told the Council that the City Councilors faced prosecution by anti-Terrorism legislation if they supported twinning” …

“[H]eavily-armed Israeli soldiers brutally assaulted a number of international activists and held two others for a long period”:

The U.N. confirms what we already knew about the murder of an American journalist and two dozen US senators are demanding that Biden investigate:

A Jewish girl and a Muslim girl, bullied at school for their religions, travel back in time to a time when “Jews, Muslims and Christians lived together in peace”:

A “new regulation increases [government] powers … over non-Muslim foundations, granting it a decision-making rather than a merely supervisory role”:

The “exhibition titled ‘Inspired by the East: How the Islamic world influenced Western art’” was really “Orientalist art: How the West viewed the East”:

“There are as many ways to be Muslim in America today as there are Muslims in America—around 3.5 million as of 2017”:

The fatwa reflects the Haqq Blockchain’s “use of proof-of-stake mining, dedication to charity and the decentralized nature of the ISLM coin”:

“I was not allowed to sit in the exam, with a hijab … I won’t be able to even sit in the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for admission to medical college”:

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