Johann Hari’s accused of plagiarism, which has British bloggers poring over his interviews with a fine-tooth comb. The results so far ain’t good. Brian Whelan, for example, randomly chose an interview with Gideon Levy. And Whelan found a pattern of thoughts attributed to Levy (but not in quote marks) matching word for word with thoughts Levy expressed…
This screaming headine in The Independent is badly undermined by the very last sentence of its story. But the last sentence says: Many of the Bedouin lack land-ownership deeds. Methinks a more accurate screaming headline should say something like this: Illegal Bedouin construction picking up speed
The BBC’s reporting of the Israeli commisssion of inquiry into the Gaza flotilla graphically illustrates all that is wrong with its coverage of Israel.
Did a Palestinian demonstrator really die from inhaling tear gas or is this yet another Big Lie?
Some conspiracy theories are so laughable that it is obvious to the intelligent reader why they should be immediately dismissed. Unfortunately, when it comes to those involving Israel, such conspiracy theories seem to take on a life of their own, driven by anti-Semitism and hatred. Conspiracy theories about Israel and the Jews are common fare…
A journalist’s belittling of a key Israeli negotiating demand demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of the bigger picture.
Are Gazan children really behind bars or does the imagery fail to give the bigger picture?
The Independent’s columnist returns with another biased op-ed full of distortions and historical revisionism.
Isn’t it time for UNRWA’s chief to do some soul searching and look beyond blaming Israel?
The false accusations of organ harvesting continue to spread.