It’s nothing personal against Israel’s president, Shimon Peres. Four journalists from the Jerusalem-based Al Quds refused to submit to a strip search by Israeli security guards outside the US consulate in eastern Jerusalem, where Hillary Clinton met with Salam Fayyad. The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate’s response: boycotting a meeting with Peres. The blowback was inevitable. Overzealous security guards…
Media reports suggest Hamas meddling with Muslim Brotherhood.
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. Egypt’s political disarray turns even more chaotic. The nation’s highest court dissolved parliament saying elections held six months ago were unconstitutional. The military junta declared full legislative authority. A separate ruling allows…
Independent columnist asks “Where is the media outrage over Gaza?”
Israel tries to move the peace process forward by isolating the opposition to Palestinian reforms.
Columnists begin suggesting that Israel is running American foreign policy.
Some columnists transfer antipathy toward Israel in the form of more politically correct anti-Sharon sentiments.
Topps issues trading cards hailing Arafat as an American patriot. Plus: With the Karine-A weapons ship, the media begins to point the finger at the PA.
Palestinians exhibit a grisly re-enactment of the Sbarro suicide bombing, and the Sacramento Bee attacks Israel's anti-terror stance.
"60 Minutes" in Australia gets into the anti-Israel act — justifying suicide bombers and denying Israel's right to self-defense.