Defense of Canadian counter-terrorism expert David Harris

David Harris, a Canadian counter-terrorism expert who was formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), was sued by a professor—the former president of the Islamic Society of North America and a vocal proponent of extremist positions and entities—after Harris referred to the professor as a "radical" during a radio interview.

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Benjamin Ryberg
UNRWA

For years, the educational programs of the UN agency UNRWA, which supports Palestinian refugees, have been used to incite terrorism and violence, ubiquitous anti-Semitism, and Islamist extremism among the population they serve. UNRWA schools have also been used by Hamas to store and launch rockets.

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Benjamin Ryberg
Palestinian Football Association (PFA) violation of FIFA statutes

The Palestinian Football Association (PFA) and its president, Jibril Rajoub, have repeatedly promoted racist propaganda, incited hatred and violence, and encouraged kidnap and murder.  The Lawfare Project partnered with dozens of attorneys from top law firms around the globe to deliver a letter to Tokyo Sexwale, the Chairman of FIFA’s Monitoring Committee for Israel and Palestine, informing him of the PFA’s violations.

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Benjamin Ryberg
Hate speech in Italy

The Lawfare Project funded a “hate speech” lawsuit against a professor at a major Italian university, who has persistently engaged in anti-Semitic and discriminatory behavior on campus.

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Benjamin Ryberg
Terror financing in Italy

The Lawfare Project funded a legal action against an Italian fundraising front for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a designated terrorist group in the United States, Canada, and throughout Europe.

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Benjamin Ryberg
Hamas and Hezbollah TV

TV channels run by terrorist groups such as Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas) and Al-Manar network (Hezbollah) regularly air programming—targeting children—that incites violence against Jews and promotes acts of terrorism.

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Benjamin Ryberg
Cancellation of Hamas event

After learning that a Hamas event was scheduled to be held at an InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) hotel in Doha, Qatar, The Lawfare Project sent a cautionary letter to IHG advising that the company would risk criminal and civil liability under U.S. federal law if it proceeded in hosting the designated terrorist organization. IHG immediately cancelled the event.

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Benjamin Ryberg