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Israel Daily News Stream 04/04/2012

Israel Daily News Stream 04/04/2012

Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Notice to readers: The Israel Daily News Stream will resume after Passover. The International Criminal Court deals a setback to Palestinian lawfare. The Muslim Brotherhood launches a US charm offensive. And two pandering Palestinians suffer foot-in-mouth syndrome. Join the Israel Daily

Helen Thomas Spurned By WHCA, Loved By PLO

Despite having been spurned by the White House Correspondents Association, Helen Thomas still feels Palestinian love. That’s because the PLO’s Washington delegation honored Thomas with its own journalism award. The 91 year-old journalism veteran was forced out of her position at Hearst Newspapers two years ago for saying Jews should get the hell out of Palestine. What took

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Israel Daily News Stream 04/01/2012

Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Palestinian politician injured in Land Day demo blames Israel but witnesses say he was attacked by other Palestinians. Blowback from revelations of Israeli access to Azeri airfields. Iran suspends Reuters over faulty ninja assassins headline. Join the Israel Daily News Stream

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Israel Daily News Stream 03/29/2012

Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Israeli access to Azerbaijan’s airfields raises risk of war with Iran — according to a dubious source. So-called “witnesses” for Palestine suffer from tunnel vision. Italian authorities seize more than £ 1 billion in Gadaffi family assets. Join the Israel Daily

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Israel Daily News Stream 03/28/2012

Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Does a false Facebook photo have anything to do with death threats against a British MP who defended Israel? Is the NY Times softening on settlements? While Al Jazeera decided not air footage of the Toulouse massacre, one columnist asks, “What if

Is the NY Times Softening on Settlements?

A NY Times staff-ed’s nuance on Migron suggests — dare I say — that the paper is not automatically ruling out settlements as unacceptable or illegal: The settlers should be relocated to existing settlements or as close to the Green Line as possible — all areas that are assumed to become part of Israel if there

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