Twitter banned users in the Jewish state from reading a tweet that violated Israeli law, although the Israeli government denied it had asked the site to do so.
Since gaining international attention in 2010 with the release of nearly 100,000 classified logs of the war in Iraq, Wikileaks — often through the actions of its founder Julian Assange — has repeatedly come under fire for anti-Semitism.3
In recent appearances, both Newt Gingrich and Julian Assange have suggested there is a conspiracy surrounding the death of Seth Rich.20
While Black Lives Matters has decried police body cameras as part of the surveillance state, Israel’s Ethiopian activists have embraced them for police accountability.
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