Israel Kills Journalist, Attacks Funeral Procession

Jess & Jamal report on the killing of Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh by Israeli Occupation Forces, and the attack on her funeral procession in Jerusalem. Jess & Jamal also reflect on the Nakba, the forced expulsion of Palestinians 74 years ago.
Digital Rights Defender, Mona Shtaya discusses her recent article in the Middle East Institute, “Nowhere to hide: The impact of Israel’s digital surveillance regime on the Palestinians,” where she details Israel’s surveillance methods and how it uses Palestinians as test subjects to market its technology internationally.

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Israel’s Policy of Administrative Detention

Milena Ansari, International Advocacy Officer at Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association discusses Israel’s policy of administrative detention, including torture and cruel treatment of Palestinian political prisoners.

Jess & Jamal examine Putin’s defiant speech at the annual Victory Day commemorations in Moscow that falsely depicted Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as an extension of the struggle against Nazism in Europe.

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Lawmakers Criminalize BDS, Support Sanctions on Russia

Producer Suhad Babaa discusses her documentary “Boycott” which chronicles three every-day Americans challenging anti-BDS laws for their constitutionality in a nation-wide First Amendment battle. 233 bills targeting Palestinian advocacy have been introduced across the United States in recent years and 32 states have passed laws targeting the BDS movement.
Learn more about the film and upcoming screenings: https://justvision.org/boycott

Jess & Jamal shed light on the recent developments of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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