Iran detains five journalistsAuthorities in Iran detain five local journalists, at least two of which are known to have openly criticized the government.
Rouhani Aide Defects, Reveals US CapitulationClose media aide to Iran’s President seeking political asylum in Switzerland after travelling there to cover nuclear talks.
Europe Fines Turkey for Singer's Free SpeechEuropean Court of Human Rights symbolically fines Turkey for without trial fining a singer over speech complaining about lack of freedoms.
Bennett Vows Tough Policy; Arab Students Walk OutDozens of Arab students stormed out of an auditorium when Bennett outlined what Ayelet Shaked would do with the Public Security portfolio.
Police Arrest 'Extremists' For Anti-Pope NoticesFreedom of expression lost in Jerusalem as two youths arrested for 'crime' of posting notices, distanced for 'disruptive intentions.'
UN Chief: Rouhani Not Living Up to His PromisesUN Secretary-General says that Iran's President has failed to fulfill his promises to allow greater freedom of expression.
Official Explains Ultra-Leftist Teacher FiascoSuperintendent Zvika Peled recounts what really happened in the case; Ministry of Education publishes official response.
Iran Arrests 16 for Helping Anti-Gov't WebsitesIran's Revolutionary Guard arrests 16 accused of providing material to “anti-government websites”.
Yeshiva U Alumni: We’ll Block Carter's EntranceAlumni of Cardozo School of Law say they will physically prevent Jimmy Carter from receiving peace prize.
Court Won't Block Google on Mohammed Video – YetArab leaders want to prevent internet access to "Innocence of Muslims". Court refuses temporary injunction.
Muslims to Court: Block Access to 'Innocence'Muslim MK, clerics tell court freedom of speech has its limits, "Innocence of Muslims" must be blocked.
Court Permits ‘Support Israel/Defeat Jihad’ Ads“Support Israel/Defeat Jihad” ads that label jihadists “savages” can remain on NY buses, despite Muslim objections, a US judge ruled.
Abbas Reverses Internet CensorshipPA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas reverses an order censoring news websites linked to one of his fiercest critics.
PA Minister Resigns Following Internet RestrictionPalestinian Authority Minister of Communications, Mashour Abu Daqa, announced his resignation following the PA's censorship of websites.
Abbas Blocks Websites that Criticize HimArabs in the Palestinian Authority cannot access certain websites. PA Attorney General blamed.
Journalism Review's Anti-Israel Lies ExposedA CJR article tears apart an earlier piece that placed Israel high on list of countries that suppress journalists.