Canary Mission’s scare tactics and blackmail will only further the problems that led to BDS in the first place.
Israeli border control officers are using the anonymous anti-BDS blacklist Canary Mission in their interrogations.
Someone is ramping up a sophisticated campaign against college activists critical of Israel. But their identity is a well-kept secret.
My father, whose first and last name I share, received a message that directed him to the Canary Mission with the word “terrorist” over my face.
Needless to say, if your fight against anti-Semitism includes intimidation tactics antithetical to your Jewish values, you’re doing it wrong.
Twitter has suspended the account of Canary Mission, the shadowy group that publishes an online blacklist of pro-Palestinian student activists.
Apparently, I, a senior at Barnard College and a proud Jew, am a dangerous radical who must be stopped.
For the first time, a mainstream Jewish pro-Israel group is explicitly endorsing Canary Mission, the shadowy student activist blacklist.
A thousand university faculty members have signed a petition against a website that publishes dossiers on pro-Palestinian student activists.
A shadowy website that posts dossiers on pro-Palestinian student activists has grown rapidly in recent months. The Forward has gathered some clues about who might be behind the online project.