The Guardian saw fit to publish eight letters in response to accusations of Israeli mistreatment of Palestinian child detainees. Only one of those (January’s Letter of the Month) sided with Israel. The Guardian has, however, given the press attache for the Israeli Embassy in London, Amir Ofek, the opportunity to respond, which we republish in…
Israel stands accused of alleged mistreatment of Palestinian minors.
A rare piece of good news from the UK. The same Advertising Standards Authority that banned the Western Wall from Israeli tourism adverts has ruled against the website of the Palestinian Diplomatic Mission to the UK. Among the complaints upheld: An interactive map under the heading “Discover Palestine” in the colors of the Palestinian flag (red,…
The LA Times contends that the brutal murder of the Fogel family is part of an ongoing “cycle of violence” provoked by settlement building.
The BBC comes up with more excuses and deflection surrounding its callous coverage of a brutal terrorist murder.
A mother, father and three of their children were stabbed to death. But the BBC is more concerned with “settlements”.
A Fatah-affiliated youth center has named a sports event after Wafa Idris, the first female Palestinian suicide bomber.
Palestinian “news” websites engage in plagiarizing, gross misinformation and anti-Semitism.
A Channel 4 documentary, “Inside Hamas”, broadcast on 10 February, gained unprecedented access to the inside of the terrorist organisation. Writing in The Spectator, film-maker Mike Chamberlain describes what went on during the filming: There were no spin doctors in sight, as [director] Rodrigo filmed internal meetings of the police and private parliamentary discussions. He accompanied…
Following the Hamas Mickey Mouse, why has the media ignored an equally abhorrent Palestinian broadcast?