Commentary • I’m starting off with a great Wall St. Journal staff-ed (click via Google News) about the “Cinderella story” of Daniel Shechtman’s chemistry research: Today, Mr. Shechtman’s observations have been fully validated and quasicrystals are beginning to have commercial applications. But his story is a reminder that a consensus of scientists is no substitute…
It just gets worse for Jody McIntyre, the anti-Israel activist fired from his blogger position at The Independent over tweets inciting UK rioters. In an interview with the Huffington Post, McIntyre was asked whether the Footlocker shoe store was a valid target for rioters: On a personal level I think Brixton police station would be…
The riots afflicting London and other parts of the UK have made headline news around the world. What has this got to do with coverage of the Middle East however?
The Miami Herald gives a platform for an anti-Israel extremist to spread apartheid smears against Israel.
The Lancet publishes a multi-article series on Palestinian health written by Israel boycotters that goes way beyond accepted medical norms.
A Financial Times op-ed draws on the false apartheid parallel.
The insidious analogy returns to college campuses as part of the campaign to delegitimize Israel.
Will a UN “anti-racism” conference become another anti-Semitic and anti-Israel parley?
Two op-eds are published in response to Hamas propaganda in the LA Times.
Richard Littlejohn addresses British anti-Semitism in a Channel 4 documentary.