To learn more about the story we contacted Anne Herzberg, NGO Monitor’s legal advisor.
This [particular] Volunteer Soldiers’ Basic Training was extra special.
Pretending that the facts of the Holocaust are a matter of serious historical dispute is a classic rhetorical evasion.
The Palestinian Authority is condemning Jews who tour the holy site by suggesting that their visits represent a broader Israeli scheme to “Judaise” it.
Such framing of events in the Middle East represents more than mere hostility to Israel.
There actually has been a decline in the proportionate size of Jerusalem’s Jewish population, with an increase in the proportion of the Arab population.
Many in the media, including the Guardian, The Independent, and the Irish Times, have whitewashed the violent and often brutal crimes of the prisoners being released.
The number of actual Palestinian refugees from the Arab-Israeli War, out of the initial 750,000 or so after the war, is estimated to be closer to 30,000.
Sherwood gets the significance of the Western Wall and Haram al-Sharif wrong
Dear friends of the BDS movement, now is your chance to prove that you are not just shills for terrorists and Arab rejectionism.
Such myopic and at times obsessive focus on Israeli culpability is part of a pattern at the Guardian.
England’s Under-21 football team, already eliminated from the UEFA Under-21 Finals in Israel, after losing their first two games, were beaten 1-0 by Israel...
The language in Sherwood’s report was revised to note that it is only the Palestinians who view them as “political prisoners.”
The war, if it comes, may not be a disaster, if it delivers Golan back into Syrian hands.
Over a two month period, Sherwood has published three reports and over 1500 sympathetic words about Blanc’s case.
Israeli musician Idan Amedi was discovered on the Israeli show Kokhav Nolad.
The Guardian has called terrorists convicted of murder or attempted murder 'political prisoners.'
The Palestinian “refugee” swindle is but one of the many political derivatives of the Palestinian narrative which so often passes for serious journalism at the Guardian.
The late Ofra Haza sings "Jerusalem of Gold" in 1998.
The Guardian took the hideous claim that the IDF fired mercilessly at a young boy until he was dead at face value, without even a hint of journalistic skepticism.