Unlawful discrimination by Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC)

KAC unlawfully discriminates against Israeli nationals by refusing to recognize their passports or fly them on any of its flights on routes around the world. After alerting the U.S. Department of Transportation of this discriminatory behavior, The Lawfare Project took steps to force the airline to choose between complying with federal and international law, or facing the termination of its lease at JFK International Airport.

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National Lawyers Guild

The National Lawyers Guild (NLG), a public interest association of legal professionals, refused to sell advertisement space in its annual gala journal to an Israeli company.  According to an email sent by the NLG National Office, the Guild’s refusal was based on an official “resolution barring [NLG] from accepting funds from Israeli organizations.”

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Employment discrimination at CUNY Kingsborough

Senior administrators at CUNY Kingsborough have actively attempted to limit the hiring and obstruct the promotion of Jewish faculty, and created a hostile and intimidating workplace. Along with co-counsel Corey Stark, The Lawfare Project is representing CUNY professor and department chair Jeffrey Lax in an employment discrimination lawsuit against the University.

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Kosher slaughter ban in Belgium

Several Belgian regions have adopted legislation that would make shehita (kosher slaughter) illegal in Belgium, allegedly in the name of animal welfare. Such a ban would prevent minority faith communities in the country from practicing a central tenet of their religions; create insecurity around the protections afforded to male circumcision practices; and violate the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the European Convention on Human Rights, and the Belgian Constitution itself, all of which guarantee freedom of religion.

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