Antisemitism charges in Palestine solidarity movement

Here is a recording of an important public lecture I gave a few weeks ago sponsored by the Torgny Segerstedt Foundation and the city of Malmö regarding charges of antisemitism in the Palestine solidarity movement and understanding what’s real, what’s not, and why it matters:
https://players.brightcove.net/745456160001/ac887454-ec8b-4ffc-a530-4af5c1c8e8c7_default/index.html

Israel’s Gaza War Lecture & Interviews January 2024

Jan. 24:  Santa Cruz lecture –one of my best and most comprehensive–which examines the U.S. role in Israel/Palestine, both historically and in the present, and what we can learn from it

Discussion with Silvia Morales, director of the Resource Center for Nonviolence about Israel, Palestine, U.S. policy, and the role of peace and human rights activists: Interview for a podcast on U.S. policy towards Israel/Palestine and Morocco/Western Sahara: Part I & Part II.

Short interview for a Singapore television network on Israel’s assassination of a Hamas leader in Lebanon:

Oberlin Club of Washington, DC: Western Sahara

28 January 2022: The United Nations and the World Court have called for the Sahrawi population to be allowed the right of self-determination. The United States, meanwhile, remains the only country in the world that formally recognizes Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara. The presentation is timed with the release of the second revised expanded edition of Professor Zunes’ book Western Sahara: War, Nationalism, and Conflict Irresolution, and his return from visiting Sahrawi refugee camps in Algeria. Professor Zunes will assess the human rights situation under the Moroccan rule, the nonviolent and armed resistance to the occupation, U.S. policy, and more. [FULL LINK]