Anti-Palestinian racism at New York Times now unavoidable as newspaper ignores Amnesty’s Israeli apartheid report.
The Washington Post
It’s getting harder for Israeli politicians and the Israel lobby to cover up reality with verbal intimidation.
Author vilified by apartheid apologists.
False accusations directed at Hizballah following rockets fired at occupied Shebaa Farms and not at Israel.
Double standards and propaganda persist at CNN.
Newspaper employs fraudulent timeline.
Ruth Eglash’s new job should prompt review at her old place of work.
Visiting American football players ignore lack of equal rights and freedom for Palestinians.
Israeli and Italian firms prime suspects in Saudi hacking of Jeff Bezos’ phone.
Israeli court throws shield of secrecy over Amnesty lawsuit.
Why are Palestinians being criticized for using nonviolent tactics?
Moroccan government likely bought Israeli spyware to monitor activists.
Netanyahu reportedly met with Morocco’s foreign minister despite no formal diplomatic relations.
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.
Athletes, conferences and a mooted railroad project see Israel and Arab Gulf relations deepen.
Despite gruesome killing of a journalist, Israel does not want to abandon Mohammed bin Salman.