Today’s Top Stories 1. A US Senate report revealed that US taxpayer money was indirectly used to influence Israelis to vote against Benjamin Netanyahu during last year’s Israeli elections. The State Dept. sent money to an organization called OneVoice, which channeled the money to V15 (short for Victory 2015), which raised suspicions in Jerusalem at…
Today’s Top Stories 1. In a televised speech last night, Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of carrying out “field executions,” and trying to change the status quo on the Temple Mount. And, notably, Abbas didn’t condemn the violence or make any appeals for calm. But the Palestinian leader got egg on his face for claiming that a…
Today’s Top Stories 1. 50 people were killed in Sinai terror attacks. Casualty figures that don’t distinguish between terrorists and their victims can imply a moral equivalence between terrorists and their victims, but in this case, Reuters says Egyptian officials haven’t offered any breakdown. With clashes continuing, Israel closed its border crossings with both Egypt and Gaza.…
The Guardian’s website includes the Hamas “military wing” on its “Useful links”.
Why are an NGO’s allegations against Israel accepted by an unquestioning media?
Could the NY Times and Washington Post be guilty of providing material support for a terrorist organization?
Omar Ahmad's attack on Israeli freedom of religion is riddled with falsehoods and inaccuracies.
A look at some of the myths and facts following Hezbollah's attack on Israel.
Columnist Jonathan Power misrepresents the nuclear threat from the Mideast.
This major hub of world terrorism openly supports Hamas and brazenly denies Lebanese sovereignty.