Amazingly, arguments are being bandied about by pro-Palestinian supporters that Israel is to blame for the attacks on its people, that Israel is an “apartheid state,” that Israel is an occupier of Palestine, and most egregious, that Israel is conducting genocide.
Two sociology professors at the University of Alabama Huntsville have signed onto an open letter supporting Gaza and Palestinians while condemning Israel for fighting back after it was attacked by the terrorist group Hamas.
Getting history right matters. Borders, land, and boundaries matter. It matters there. And it matters here.
A Samford professor recently protected his tweets and took down his website after being questioned about comments he allegedly made in class defending the actions of Hamas in its recent attacks against Israel.
Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl on Wednesday sounded off about the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel.
Earlier this year, Montgomery’s Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) received backlash from conservatives after labeling certain parental rights organizations on their “hate map,” alongside the Ku Klux Klan, skinheads and neo-Nazis.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) introduced a resolution on Wednesday condemning Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-Mich.) comment about the Israel-Palestine conflict and the Palestinian flag outside her office.
Two groups from Alabama churches are in Israel while it’s under attack over the weekend.
Saturday, Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl reiterated his support for Israel on social media by declaring his approval of the Jewish state giving $39 million in tax revenues to the victims of terrorism instead of terrorist "martyrs."