The ice cream company said it was going to stop sales in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, saying these were “inconsistent with our values.”
The attack follows 11 days of Israeli airstrikes in May that destroyed Gaza, displacing families and killing hundreds of Palestinian civilians.
"Just because you can legalize an evil act doesn’t make it any less evil," Mohammed el-Kurd, who was recently detained, told journalist Mehdi Hasan.
The all-female staff at Clifton's Palestinian American Community Center received about 30 calls including slurs, death threats and threats of sexual abuse.
The sale after attacks on Gaza is "undemocratic," according to former staffers who a day earlier joined 500 others in calling for Biden to better protect Palestinians.
In the wake of the 22-year-old journalist's firing for her pro-Palestinian activism in college, employees are asking for "transparency" from the news outlet.
Even after Israel agreed to a cease-fire, Palestinians in the United States worry about the long-term impact on their families.
Progressive Democrats have been calling for a firmer stance against Israel’s treatment of Palestinians after more than 240 were killed by Israeli airstrikes.
As progressives renew their push for tougher conditions on U.S. aid to Israel, the actions of a Republican president could be a roadmap.
Biden addressed the conflict after talking with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu. Fighting in the Palestinian territory of Gaza is set to stop Friday morning.