The Independent’s obituary for long-serving British MP Sir Gerald Kaufman ignores his anti-Israel hate, instead claiming Kaufman to be a victim of a smear campaign by “virulent Zionists.”
It is encouraging that the British media for the most part finally seem to be taking the anti-Semitism issue seriously, but there is an air of hypocrisy amidst all the outrage and righteous indignation.
Much mainstream reporting on a statement from the University of California erases the link between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
Interviewed about his new book, The War of a Million Cuts, Manfred Gerstenfeld addresses demonization of Israel and argues for a counter-propaganda agency.
The Independent’s Yasmin Alibhai-Brown claims that Israel is “now more wicked and dangerous than Hamas” and praises anti-Zionist Jews who demonize Israel.
Writing in the Irish Times, extremist Israel hater Eamonn McCaan makes a false equivalence between Zionism and anti-Semitism.
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.
The Guardian focuses on “Remembering the Nakba.”
Frank McDonald compares Gaza to the Warsaw Ghetto.
The New York Times gives the front page of its Sunday Review to an anti-Israel academic.