Paper of record gives Jared Kushner first crack at spinning executive order.
The New York Times
Mainstream media spin for Israel as Palestinian civilians are killed in “pinpoint” strikes.
Why are Palestinians being criticized for using nonviolent tactics?
Moroccan government likely bought Israeli spyware to monitor activists.
Newspaper of record is still a gatekeeper on Palestinian freedom and equal rights.
Effort to cement anti-Iran alliance comes at expense of Palestinian rights.
Oppressed peoples have their own insurmountable power: the power to say “no” to the oppressor.
Democrats initiate flawed resolutions to uphold obsolete two-state solution.
Newspaper of record rejects correcting its conflation of Israeli military and civilian deaths.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Dianne Feinstein, and New York Times oppose effort to rush through anti-BDS bill.
NSO Group spyware was used to spy on Saudi activists’ communications.
Despite gruesome killing of a journalist, Israel does not want to abandon Mohammed bin Salman.
UAE signed contract for Israeli spy software in 2013.
Newspaper calls for “use of high-powered fire hoses” against unarmed protesters.
Israel’s Bull Connor treated as equal to march organizer.
Paper regards some kinds of violence as more acceptable than others.
Newspaper emulates Benjamin Netanyahu by erasing West Bank.
Newspaper promotes anti-Palestinian and anti-Quaker bigot.
New York Times and Newsweek conduct propaganda against Palestinians.
Teenager reportedly held in harsh conditions, transferred between prisons.
Propaganda misleads readers.
Media focus on Russia ignores evidence of real collusion with Israel.
All the news that’s fit to omit. Isabel Kershner reports Israelis, rather than Palestinians, are “walled in.”
Media continue to paint Israel, which occupies millions of Palestinians, as the victim.
The American Jewish Committee has exploited the recent explosions in Brussels to promote anti-Muslim bigotry.
Inaccurate reporting by Jerusalem bureau chief harms the work of human rights group documenting Israeli war crimes.
In private meeting shown on video, Rudoren calls Abe Foxman, head of pro-Israel ADL, “my personal defamation protector.”