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The Sick Priorities of The Guardian

The Guardian leaves us in no doubt as to its warped sense of priorities when it comes to Israel. The disgusting anti-Semitic comments from Iranian First Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi blaming Zionists and the Talmud for the world’s illegal drugs problem aren’t the story. Rather, a video of Israeli Foreign Minister’s response to Rahimi introduced

Hamas Claims Responsibility for Rocket Fire

Everything you need to know about today’s coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Join the Israel Daily News Stream on Facebook. Today’s Top Stories: 1. Hamas claims responsibility for overnight rocket fire on Ashkelon According to the Jerusalem Post: The announcement marks a significant departure from its previous position, as during the last round of

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Divergent Polls On Israeli Attack: It’s All in the Question

Two polls released this week indicate divergent American attitudes towards Israeli military action against Iran. First, the University of Maryland reported that only one in four Americans would favor an Israeli strike. Then, Ipsos/Reuters reported that 62 percent of Americans would favor an Israeli military strike. How’d the two polls get such massively opposite results? The Christian

Iran Launches Another Satellite News Channel

Tehran’s charmlessly offensive “charm offensive” in Latin America continues with the launch of a 24-hour Spanish language news channel. At HispanTV‘s launching, Iranian foreign minister Ali Akbar Salehi delivered the money quote: “Media has the power to shape the global public opinion, a capability that military power lacks,” he said. Oh so true. By the way, the

Press TV: Iranian Propaganda Station Off the Air Where it Belongs

The Iranian state propaganda organ Press TV obtained a license to broadcast via satellite from its London studios at the end of 2008, spreading its brand of “news” into the living rooms of millions of British people. Quite how a station that has promoted Holocaust denial as well as a viciously anti-Israel agenda driven by

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War Game Scenario: Israel on the Day After

An Israeli think tank staged a war game scenario imagining the day after Iran successfully tested a nuclear weapon. The Times of London (paywall, republished in The Australian) saw the results, and quite a few news services are picking up on the Times’s scoop. The simulation exercise was conducted in Tel Aviv last week by

Media Advisor Sought

Head of rogue Islamic state seeks media advisor. Candidates must have good sense of Islamic decency and common sense not to suggest in interviews with reformist newspapers that the chador originated in 19th century Paris. The successful candidate will have an understanding of topics such as Zionist conspiracies, “civilian” nuclear technology, creative censorship editing skills, the

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