The news cycle goes into overdrive when famous personalities die, which is why smart editors make sure to have obituaries written ahead of time and periodically updated. The practice strikes some people — especially the biographical subjects — as eerie. One newsroom staffer I know wryly refers to his paper’s collection of obits on file as…
An anti-Semitic sheikh attacks Israel’s alleged mistreatment of its Arab citizens.
The Guardian has given a platform for Israeli-Arab MK Haneen Zoabi to act as an apologist for a virulent anti-Semitic extremist.
Why does the Financial Times cling to the previously accepted wisdom that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the fulcrum at the heart of the Middle East’s troubles and consider Hamas a credible peace partner?
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• One man’s terrorist is another man’s loser. A NY Times memo instructs the newsroom not to refer to Bin Laden as Mr. At Jill and Bill’s request, we dropped the honorific for Bin Laden. Without a “Mr.” in front of his name, it was decided that we should capitalize the “B” in Bin Laden…
There are only two things you need to know about Osam bin Laden and Israel.
The Guardian’s website includes the Hamas “military wing” on its “Useful links”.
Walt & Mearsheimer’s book receives harsh reviews in the mainstream media.
Could the NY Times and Washington Post be guilty of providing material support for a terrorist organization?