• Michael Coren wonders about the the BDS movement’s deafening silence over Gaddafi’s butchery. Where’s the outrage? Yet where are the massive street protests in Europe’s large cities? Where are the calls to boycott countries? Where are the labour unions demanding action? Where are the student groups using words like “apartheid” and “Nazi”? Where are…
The Washington Post notes that the Israeli government’s shifting its stance on Egypt after an initial divergence with US neocons: Earlier this week, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu likened the situation in Egypt to that of Iran, making the menacing prediction that a post-Mubarak Egypt could join other “repressive regimes of radical Islam.” The sentiment has…
No kidding. Neocons Split With Israel Over Egypt. Which camp are you in?
Why does the media continue to quote propagandist Mads Gilbert?
Walt & Mearsheimer’s book receives harsh reviews in the mainstream media.
A look at some of the myths and facts following Hezbollah's attack on Israel.
Denial of PA anti-terror obligations has become standard media practice.
The Washington Post presents suicide bombing as a legitimate tactic. Plus updates on Jenin and the Church of Nativity.
For more than two decades, journalist Robert Fisk has used his correspondent card to proudly become a crusader for Arab and Palestinian causes.