Is U.S.-Israel Alliance Blocking Justice in Murder Case of Palestinian-American Activist?

Rights activist Alex Odeh was assassinated in Santa Ana, California, 36 years ago in a crime that people tracking the case say may have been committed by three men with links to the Meir Kahane-founded Jewish Defense League – two of whom are now living openly in a West Bank settlement

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Helena Odeh displaying a 1985 photo showing her father, Alex Odeh, with his daughters, taken just before his assassination, Santa Ana, California, October 2015.
Helena Odeh displaying a 1985 photo showing her father, Alex Odeh, with his daughters, taken just before his assassination, Santa Ana, California, October 2015.
Ben Samuels
Washington
Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – On the morning of October 11, 1985, Alex Odeh arrived at his office at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s headquarters in Santa Ana, California. Odeh, a Palestinian-American activist and the ADC’s West Coast regional director, opened his door and was fatally wounded by a pipe bomb, dying several hours after being taken to a nearby hospital.

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