Haaretz prints an offensive cartoon on U.S.-Israeli relations that makes a mockery of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The Guardian states that the Jewish Temple “reputedly once stood” on the Temple Mount.
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The BDS movement’s boycott against Israel is, for all practical purposes, a blacklist designed to remove Israel from the world stage. It’s well documented that the movement is primarily a tool for spreading anti-Israel propaganda. It’s time to use language about the movement that reflects its true nature. The calls for boycott of Israel economically, culturally,…
The New York Times allows Israeli Arab journalist Rula Jebreal to deliberately portray Israel as institutionally racist towards its Arab minority.
The Guardian describes a terrorist attack which killed a three-month-old baby as a “car crash.”
For Irish diplomat Richard Ryan, in the Irish Times, Israeli settlements are the single biggest threat to peace with the Palestinians.
Is the terrorist murder of a 3-month-old Israeli morally equivalent to the death of a Palestinian youth throwing a Molotov cocktail? It is according to CNN.
The biggest BDS fail this week was undoubtedly the desperate, inconsistent, and ultimately self-defeating series of statements and clarifications from the American Studies Association (ASA) to accusations that its academic boycott against Israel is a form of discrimination. The group is preparing for its annual conference in November, and its policy towards Israeli scholars seeking…
The AP, AFP and BBC all produce appalling headline fails in their coverage of a Palestinian terror attack in Jerusalem that killed a three-month-old baby.