Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian-American journalist, and a founder of the bitterly hostile and anti-Israel blog Electronic Intifada. He has written a number of books, frequently perpetuates lies about Israel, and constantly calls for the dissolution of Israel in its entirety.
Sam Bahour is an American businessman of Palestinian-Lebanese descent who calls for Israel's end, advocates BDS, and sanitizes Palestinian violence.
Anna Baltzer is an acolyte of the International Solidarity Movement (ISM), a group that recruits naive Westerners to interfere with Israeli anti-terror operations. Its founders have spoken approvingly of suicide bombings. Baltzer boasts a busy schedule of speaking engagements at churches, universities and even an appearance on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Her message consists mostly of rehashed accusations against Israel made by Palestinian speakers. But Baltzer uses her Jewish heritage to accrue credibility before predominantly non-Jewish audiences who often fail to see through her deception.
Frank Barat is an self proclaimed "Pro-Palestinian activist," and a clear anti-Israel supporter. Barat writes for Al Jazeera, a news source known to provide an anti-Israel non-factual bias; Electronic Intifada, an anti-Israel propaganda blog; and Mondoweiss, a radical one-state blog. Barat has been known to speak on American and Canadian campuses for Israel Apartheid Week, a hate- and lie-filed week dedicated to delegitimizing the Jewish state.
Omar Barghouti is an Arab anti-Israel lobbyist and co-founder of both the BDS movement and the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel. Barghouti masks his anti-Israel sentiments as merely harsh criticisms and has been quoted denouncing bi-nationalism on the basis that the Israel narrative is illegitimate.
Hatem Bazian abuses his authority as a university faculty member to spread hatred and racism. He is the founder of Students for Justice in Palestine and uses the student group to promote bigotry on college campuses across the country. He is a senior lecturer at UC Berkeley.
Peter Beinart is an American political pundit and journalist who has been criticized for writing factually sloppy critiques of Israel.
Phyllis Bennis is a radical American journalist, political commentator and anti-Israel activist. She is also a strong critic of the United States and a supporter of the end of Israel existing as a Jewish State.
Max Blumenthal is an American journalist, author, blogger and a radical activist who has been exposed on multiple occasions for writing lies about Israel.
Malia Bouattia is the president of National Union of Students, who is outspokenly against Israel.
Judith Butler is a leader of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement and is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
Diana Buttu is a former legal adviser to the Palestinian Authority who is known for perpetuating falsities about Israel.
Noam Chomsky is a professor of linguistics and supporter of organizations such as Hezbollah and the Khmer Rouge. He has called the US a "leading terrorist state" and is an outspoken critic of Israel.
Hamid Dabashi is a professor at Columbia University who has made many hateful comments about Israel and many anti-Semitic remarks.
Richard Falk is UN special rapporteur to the Palestinian territories. Falk has been widely criticized for his virulently anti-Semitic statements, and multiple calls have been made by high profile officials to remove Falk from his post at the United Nations.
Louis Farrakhan is the leader of the syncretic and mainly African-American religious movement the Nation of Islam (NOI). The Southern Poverty Law Center has described Farrakhan as an anti-Semite.
Dr. Norman Finkelstein is an anti-Semitic professor who has published many books with "false accusations, absurd claims and repeated mis-statements" about Israel. He has also praised the terrorist group Hezbollah.
Amira Hass is the Haaretz correspondent for the West Bank. Hass often spreads inaccurate information and has encouraged Palestinian stone throwing.
Remi Kanazi is a self proclaimed Palestinian and human rights slam poet and activist who grew up in New York City. He is well known for disseminating false information regarding Palestine, Israel, and the Jewish people. Though he describes himself as an activist and entertainer, he is actually a propaganda artist who actively supports the destruction of Israel through the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctioning movement. He believes that all of Israel should be given ‘back’ to the Palestinians and expresses this through his ‘poetry’. Kanazi believes that anyone who isn’t anti-Israel is anti-Palestininan and therefore his enemy; anyone who questions him is a white-supremicist racist.
Joy Karega is an assistant professor of rhetoric and composition at Oberlin University and received her Ph.D. at the University of Louisville in 2014. She has been widely criticized for her Facebook page, which has constantly promoted outlandish anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Gideon Levy is a Haaretz columnist and a member of the newspaper's editorial board. He has frequently been caught spreading inaccurate information about Israel and propaganda for Hamas.
Mira Nair is an Indian film director, actor, and producer based in New York. Nair was invited to Israel as a guest of honor at the film festival in Haifa but rejected the offer to protest the Israeli "occupation."
Ilan Pappé is a fervently anti-Israel historian and academic at the University of Exeter. He is an author and has run for a position in the Knesset. He encourages the academic boycott of Israel.
Jasbir Puar is an Associate Professor of Women’s & Gender Studies at Rutgers University. She is a staunch supporter of the BDS movement and other pro-Palestinian organizations.
Josh Ruebner is a staunch anti-Israel advocate serving as the National Advocacy Director of the US Campaign to end the occupation. Cofounder of the anti-Zionist group Jewish Voices for Peace (JVP), Ruebner is openly critical of Israel's occupation of the West Bank and authored Shattered Hopes: Obama's Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace.
Edward Said is a professor, literary critic, and outspoken opponent of Israeli independence.
Sarah Schulman is an anti-Israel English professor at CUNY Staten Island who focusses on queer studies.
Simona Sharoni is a feminist and Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Plattsburgh University. She is an avid supporter of the BDS movement and an anti- Israel activist.
Bishop Desmond Tutu
Bishop Tutu, a major social rights figure in South Africa, has attempted to mask his anti-Semitism with fabricated "facts" about Jews and Israel. He has accused the Jewish state of acting in an "unchristian" way and has asserted that Zionism has "very many parallels with racism."
Dr. John O. Voll is a professor of Islamic history at Georgetown University. He has supported Dr. Sami Al-Arian, who plead guilty for his role in fundraising for terrorist organizations.
Alice Walker is vehemently anti-Israel. She supports the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction movement, and has refused to let her book The Color Purple be translated into Hebrew. Walker is also a member of the radical group Code Pink.
Ben White is an anti-Israel activist. He advocates for BDS and has defended a number of antisemitic positions.
Sherry Wolf is an extremist and a self-described socialist and Jewish anti-Zionist. She has dedicated her life to vilifying Israel. She has explicitly supported Palestinian terrorism, and has justified it has a form of "resistance."