With huge uprisings against autocratic rule in Egypt, Libya, Tunis and across the Middle East, it’s interesting to see how well the rulers of Gaza understand the demand for democratic reform. The answer? Not very well at all. A rally for democratic change in Gaza City was organized through a Facebook post. The leader described it…
• Michael Coren wonders about the the BDS movement’s deafening silence over Gaddafi’s butchery. Where’s the outrage? Yet where are the massive street protests in Europe’s large cities? Where are the calls to boycott countries? Where are the labour unions demanding action? Where are the student groups using words like “apartheid” and “Nazi”? Where are…
An overview of some of the issues generated by The Guardian’s publication of thousands of leaked Palestinian documents.
Granting Osama Hamdan, Hamas’s international relations dept head chief spinmeister the legitimacy of op-ed space in The Guardian’s print edition to respond to PaliLeaks is pretty sick. What’s next? Jared Loughner weighing in on the State of the Union address?
A snapshot of how Reuters, AP and AFP/Getty misuse imagery to distort coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A St. Petersburg Times correspondent stumbles blindly through Gaza, ignoring the worst aspects of Hamas rule.
Time cover story claims decadent Israelis no longer care about peace.
The medical journal fails to address HR’s legitimate concerns, instead proving them outright in a one-sided letter to The Guardian.
Gideon Levy prostitutes himself to sell books through an extremist anti-Israel organization in the UK.
On Friday 30 July, the Israeli city of Ashkelon was struck by a Grad missile fired from the Gaza Strip. The missile hit a residential area, blowing out windows and damaging property. Mercifully, only two people were treated for shock with no major injuries or deaths. Nonetheless, this represents a serious incident and a potential escalation…