The Guardian fires American journalist after a tweet criticizing US military aid to Israel

American journalist Nathan Robinson, the founder and editor in chief of the "Current Affairs" Magazine, has revealed that the UK's "The Guardian" newspaper fire him as a columnist in the newspaper's American edition after a tweet criticizing the US military aid to the Israeli occupation entity.

In an article titled "How the Media Cracks Down on Critics of Israel", recently published in the Current Affairs magazine, Robinson said that it is widely recognized that critics of Israel, no matter how well-founded the criticism, are routinely punished by both public and private institutions for their speech.

He added that the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has documented a pattern by which “those who seek to protest, boycott, or criticize the Israeli government are being silenced.”

  Find more details in this link: