Today’s Top Stories 1. Israeli and Palestinian negotiators agreed to a five-day truce. The ceasefire had a bumpy start last night, but it’s been holding up. 2. An Italian journalist working for Associated Press, Simone Camilli, became the foreign press corp’s first fatality in Gaza. He was killed along with a Palestinian translator and three…
Today’s Top Stories 1. India’s NDTV was the first news service to capture Hamas men at work. If you set up rocket launchers in civilian areas — especially next to a hotel where journalists are staying — you’re bound to be filmed surreptitiously. NDTV said that reporter Sreenivasan Jain and his crew left Gaza before…
Today’s Top Stories 1. For the third time now, Palestinian rockets were found in an UNRWA school. Three is a magic number because, as a senior editor once told me, the first time something happens, you say hmmmm. The second time, maybe it’s a coincidence. But three? That’s a pattern screaming for scrutiny. Later in…
Oliver Lovat asks us to take a step back and look at the bigger picture of what is being said, by whom and why, while sipping on an ice cold Coke.
Eamonn McCann continues his anti-Israel hate in the Belfast Telegraph, accusing Israel of treating Palestinians abominably.
The Guardian claims survey being “waved around like a propaganda tool.”
Boston Globe op-ed questions Israel’s desire for peace.
There is no constructive discussion taking place about anti-Semitism.
Frank McDonald compares Gaza to the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Independent promotes “Hollywood Jews” trope.