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Sounds Israeli: The Fools of Prophecy

A raw live version of the Israeli hit 'Ein Ani' performed in front of an IDF unit in 2012.

Sounds Israeli: The Idan Raichel Project

Israeli artist Idan Raichel blends African, Latin American, Caribbean and Middle Eastern sounds.

Is the Word ‘Terrorism’ Anti-Muslim?

The mantra that terrorism is only used in reference to Muslims has no basis in fact.

Sounds Israeli: Mosh Ben-Ari

Israeli artist Moshe Ben-Ari writes music with a blend rock, soul, reggae and world music.

The Guardian’s Continuing Obsession with Mordechai Vanunu

Is there really any mystery as to why Vanunu is so admired by the Guardian?

Does the BBC’s New Editor’s Jewishness Matter?

The Guardian's report noted that "Harding, who is Jewish, will also have to leave behind the pro-Israeli line of the Times."

Sounds Israeli: Rita

Rita's music reportedly became an underground hit on underground radio stations in some Muslim countries, including Iran.

Sounds Israeli: Lina Makhoul Sings ‘Hallelujah’

Nineteen year-old Israeli Arab Lina Makhoul won Israel's "The Voice" reality show.

Stop Labeling Judea and Samaria Residents ‘Illegal’

According to the Associated Press's logic, shouldn't the terms 'illegal settler' and 'illegal settlements' also be put out of commission?

Sounds like Passover: Matzah Dancing in Paris

Salsa dancing flash mob and music in Paris.

Sounds Israeli: The Angelcy (Video)

Music video from the Israeli band The Angelcy of their original song, 'My Baby Boy.'

How the British Media Covered Omar Misharawi’s Death

The damage done by the now iconic image of Misharawi clutching his slain child can not be ameliorated by even the clearest retractions.

The Media and the ‘Palestinian Only’ Bus Lines

Contrary to claims made in the media, there are no ‘Palestinian only’ bus lines.

The Guardian’s Prisoner of the Day

Here’s what a Guardian reader casually glancing at the Palestinian “prisoner” wouldn’t have known.

The Obligation to Avoid Anti-Semitic Behavior

By comparison, whites who avoid evoking anti-black narratives and imagery in America, by and large don’t bemoan the so-called “restrictions” placed on their artistic or intellectual expression.

How One British Paper Commemorated Int’l Holocaust Memorial Day

Spare us your Holocaust pieties and consider honoring Jews who are still among the living.

The Foreign Media’s ‘Rightward Shift’ Never Happened

The Guardian and other foreign media invested heavily in promoting their desired political narrative of a Jewish state lurching dangerously towards the right.

Postcard from Israel: Gamla

Today, Gamla is a nature reserve and alongside the ancient Jewish town visitors can also see Neolithic dolmens and the ruins of the Byzantine Christian village of Dir Krukh.

Postcard From Israel: Stormy Weather (Photos & Video)

This short film made by Oz Segev of Ma’ale Gamla last week, shows some of the swollen streams of the south and central Golan Heights which all drain into the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee).

The Press Calls Israel Right-Wing, But Gives a Free Pass to Jordan

The Guardian’s Jordan page has absolutely nothing warning of the nation’s dangerous lurch to the extreme right abyss.

What is Fatah Actually Celebrating?

Fatah is celebrating its 48th anniversary, but the group was in fact founded in 1959 which was 54 years ago. So what 1965 event are they actually celebrating?

Postcard from Israel: Tel Lachish

The site of Tel Lachish shows evidence of human habitation in Israel spanning many different historic periods over thousands of years.

Israeli Culture Wins at the United Nations

Many commentators on the far left scolded those who would suggest a connection between culture and success – imputing racism to such arguments.

Meet Egyptian Activist Maikel Nabil: Pro-democracy and Pro-Israel

Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil spent over 302 days in prison for criticizing the Egyptian Military after it took power in early 2011.

‘Articles of Faith’: The Absence of Critical Thinking About ‘Settlements’

Those who insist that the "settlements" represent the biggest obstacle to peace should be asked to explain why their theory doesn't match with the history.

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