Palestine is a thorn in the throat of “Zoom”

About a month after Zoom canceled a hypothetical discussion of two professors at San Francisco State University Rabab Abdel-Hadi and Tomomi Kinokawa with Palestinian activist Leila Khaled, a similar incident occurred. Through her Twitter account, Columbia University law professor, Catherine Frank, said that the same platform canceled, last Saturday, a lecture that was scheduled for her about the initiation of “Zoom” and other sites and applications that provide a video communication service by monitoring and blocking activities centered on the Palestinian issue. . And Frank pointed out that she was surprised by the matter that came at a time when she, like other people, was forced to use Zoom every week for work and teaching. She added that the “Zoom” exercised “censorship on the activity of censorship.”In this context, Palestine Legal, a website that specializes in monitoring pressure and extortion practices against activists and supporters of the Palestinian cause, indicated that Zoom has canceled other seminars on Palestine at the universities of Hawaii and New York. Note that Catherine Frank was previously interrogated during her visit to the occupied Palestinian territories in 2018, before she was deported after being accused of belonging to a Jewish organization that works for peace in the United States and supports the boycott of Israeli goods.

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