Tag Archives: YouTube


Is Widening Weekend Violence an Intifada?

Is Widening Weekend Violence an Intifada?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Editor’s note: In light of continuing Palestinian terror, I have decided to refer to the violence as an intifada. Here’s Why I’m Calling it an Intifada (and a dissent from my colleague, Yarden Frankl). See below for updates on the latest terror attacks. See also today’s media critique, Palestinian Terror Wave Prompts Media


News Executives Debate Controversial Gaza Video

High-level British news executives weighed in on a controversial video that UK Channel 4’s Jon Snow made in July after visiting Gaza. The Huffington Post UK was on hand as Fran Unsworth (BBC’s deputy news chief), John Hardie (chief executive of ITN News), and John Ryley (head of Sky News) weighed in during a panel discussion at a


September 1 Blogging

• Hezbollah’s opening a base in Cuba. YNet News, quoting Corriere della Sera, says the move is to facilitate an attack on an Israeli target in South America. All for the still-unavenged death of Imad Mughniyah: According to the report, three Hezbollah members have already arrived in Cuba with the purpose of establishing a terrorist


Danny Ayalon’s Video: Comments and the Roar of the Crowd

For a long time, I’ve wondered if the Israeli government could get its act together for some sensible PR. Judging from the statistics and reader comments I’ve seen, credit where credit is due to Danny Ayalon for a viral video that didn’t feature grainy footage of Israeli naval commandos rappelling into a Turkish boat brawl.

Send Questions for Bibi’s YouTube Press Conference

Benjamin Netanyahu’s in a YouTube citizen’s press conference next week. So submit questions and/or vote for your favorite questions. You can also submit questions via Twitter (#AskNetanyahu). Dana Weiss from Israel’s Channel 2 will pose the top ranking questions to the prime minister in a 40-minute live stream on March 23 at YouTube’s WorldView channel. Barack Obama,