Today’s Top Stories 1. The Arab Spring has finally dropped on Israel’s doorstep: Israeli officials begin to ponder the degree of threat from al-Qaeda, now firmly entrenched along the Golan border. “Under the 1974 armistice agreement, the Syrian army were not allowed to be close to the border with Israel,” said the Israeli commander, who…
Signatories to an anti-Israel letter promoted by The Lancet medical journal have sympathies with white supremacist conspiracy theories.
Today’s Top Stories 1. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has suggested that the task of defeating the Islamic State could fall to Iran and the Syrian government if the U.S. was “failing miserably” in its efforts to defeat the jihadists. Coverage of this in the Daily Telegraph includes this exchange between Marco Rubio and Kerry…
Lara Marlowe “reviews” some of the most virulently anti-Israel books for the Irish Times.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Brussels Jewish Museum terrorist Mehdi Nemmouche planned to carry out a massive terror attack in Paris according to a report in the French newspaper Liberation. The attack would allegedly have taken place on Paris’s iconic Champs Elysees boulevard on July 14, the French national holiday marking the beginning of the revolution and…
Medical professionals with a history of libeling Israel revive accusations of IDF secret or experimental weapons being used on Gaza.
The Independent changes a headline referring to “powerful Jewish lobbies” in yet another Mira Bar Hillel attack on Israel.
The Irish Times corrects a photo caption that falsely implied that Israel is occupying Gaza.
Donald Macintyre revisits the case of Mohammed Badran whose family were mistakenly declared dead in the New Statesman.
Melanie Phillips addresses the effects of the Gaza conflict on Diaspora Jewry and calls for a new strategy to present Israel’s case.