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Anti-Israel Figures in US Justify Murder of Israeli Teens

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On June 30, 2014 @ 3:43 pm In The Point | 28 Comments

There’s nothing surprising here. Stanley Cohen is having the expected field day. Dead Jewish kids, or American kids, are his idea of a party. Rhania Khalek is Max Blumenthal’s mini-me. Nadine Aly is a Students for Justice in Palestine member who has gotten in trouble before over her harassment of Israelis.

Stanley L. Cohen, Esq., is defender of terrorists and possibly one of the most hated lawyers in New York City.

Remi Kanazi is a poet, writer, and activist based in New York City. He has taught poetry workshops from Oklahoma to the West Bank, given talks from New York City to London.

Jamal Dajani was the Vice President of International News at Link TV and co-creator and series producer of Mosaic: World News from the Middle East, winner of a Peabody Award.

He has also worked as a consultant on PBS Frontline World War of Ideas.

Dajani served on the San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission (2005–2009), and served on the San Francisco Human Rights Commission (2009–2011).

Ali Hasan Abunimah is an Arab-American journalist who has been described as “the leading American proponent of a one-state solution.

Rania Khalek describes herself as “an independent journalist,” and while she apparently prefers not to disclose her professional qualifications. She collaborates regularly with Max Blumenthal.

Nadine Aly is a junior at FAU majoring in Political Science A member of SJP at Florida Atlantic University. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a former FAU Boca Raton House Representative and Senator as well as former President of Students for Justice in Palestine at FAU and Vice President of Dream Defenders at FAU.


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