“I can imagine that it feels uncomfortable to see that when one’s name is Googled the first thing that comes up is a Canary Mission profile

Canary Mission isn’t a “blacklist.” It shines a light on what people say and do.
October 6, 2020

At The Intercept, Murtaza Hussain writes about “pro-Israel blacklists”, in an article that blames the Canary Mission for being behind a pro-Israel “cancel culture.” He talks with people who have profiles in the Canary Mission archives and how upset they are about it. But buried deep within the article, he makes an admission about the Canary Mission: Nothing on Awad’s profile, which includes accusations of supporting the Palestinian-led movement to boycott, divest from, and sanction Israel and “demonizing Israel,” indicates that she has ever engaged in illegal activity or even espoused views that could be considered violent, extremist, or anti-Semitic. READ MORE

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