Five myths about Palestinian unity to watch for in the media.
Jonathan Freedland’s column defending The Guardian’s decision to publish the Palestine papers is a sign that The Guardian’s pro-Israel (and now pro-Palestinian) critics are talking past the editorial staff and barking up the wrong tree. Do the PaliLeaks reveal anything new? Oh yeah. I have to disagree with Noah Pollak on this point. The leaks tell me that there’s a…
A collection of what’s being said about the sturm und drang of the Palestinian Papers published in The Guardian: Elliott Abrams: Third, what some newspapers are calling “offers” or “agreements” made in the 2007-2008 negotiations are far less than that–are in fact most often preliminary probes or efforts to smoke out the other side. The Israelis…
So the Palestinian Authority and its Fatah cadres are having a hissy fit over a slew of documents leaked to Al-Jazeera and then shared with The Guardian. Big yawn. The whole leak is just a localized version of Wikileaks, ultimately more embarrassing for the Palestinians than for Israel, though there’s plenty of room to ruminate “What if…
Time cover story claims decadent Israelis no longer care about peace.
Walter Rodgers goes far beyond a simple debate over settlements.
Human Rights Watch finally issues a report on Hamas rocket attacks.
How did CNN fail to spot the danger signs when they hired a Fatah activist?
A misleading photograph is removed from the Sky website.
The Guardian responds positively to HR subscribers’ complaints.