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UPDATE: Will BDS “Journalist” Antony Loewenstein Be Forced to Leave Israel?

HonestReporting’s expose of BDS activist Antony Loewenstein creates a storm as Israel’s Government Press Office considers making him leave the country.

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The 2016 Dishonest Reporting Awards

The year began amid a wave of Palestinian car-ramming, stabbing and shooting attacks. But Israel was largely a peripheral part of the year’s biggest stories: Donald Trump, Brexit, Russia’s rise, violence in Syria, and Islamic terror attacks in Europe. We thank our readers for their nominations and thoughts on 2016. Here are the runner-up winners.

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Why US Election Coverage Is a Wake Up Call for Israel’s Supporters

The dust is still settling on the most divisive presidential election campaign in recent memory. Shocking not just the US but the rest of the world, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. There’s a lot of media introspection (or more aptly, post-mortems) as editors and journalists try to figure out

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Shimon Peres Fighting For His Life After Stroke

Today’s Top Stories 1. Former Israeli president Shimon Peres is fighting for his life after suffering a stroke last night. Doctors at Tel Aviv’s Tel Hashomer Hospital placed the 93-year-old Peres in a medical-induced coma. The last of Israel’s founding fathers, Peres has served in nearly every significant position of Israeli politics, including including president, multiple

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Israeli, Celtic Fans Scuffle at Match, Team Faces Sanctions

Today’s Top Stories 1. HaPoel Beer Sheva lost to Celtic 5-2 in the Champions League qualifying round last night, but things were ugly around Glasgow’s Celtic Park before the match. Israel HaYom reports that police had to escort Israelis to their seats after they were attacked by Celtic fans. Celtic may face sanctions from the

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