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Anne Frank Center Charges Trump Statement on Anti-Semitism ‘Band-Aid on Cancer’

“It’s ironic that no matter how many times he talks about this, that it’s never good enough," Press Secretary Spicer said.

FULL TEXT: US President Donald Trump’s Remarks, Plus Q&A at Joint White House Briefing

This full transcript includes the full text of the US President's remarks and also the entire Q&A session.

In Bethlehem, ‘Silent Night’ Over Terrorist Murders of Israeli Civilians

Slanted coverage by international journalists is not a new phenomenon in the Middle East, especially in dealing with the Arab-Israeli conflict.

UPDATED 2 Journalists Shot to Death in US During Live Take

Two television journalists in Virginia were shot and killed during a live take early Tuesday.

ISIS Joins Hamas, Palestinian Authority in Silencing Journalists

ISIS in Gaza has joined Hamas and Fatah in silencing Palestinian journalists in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Reporters are receiving death threats.

ISIS Kidnaps Four European Hostages

The Islamic State is getting a lot of bad publicity lately, which actually proves how successful they are.

The Images Missing From The Gaza war

How is it that the journalists aren't able to get any images of Palestinians fighting the Israelis?

Foreign Journalists Testify to Hamas’ Threats for Honest War Coverage

“The Holy One, blessed be He, hates a person which says one thing with his mouth and another in his heart” (Talmud - Pesachim 113b)

Arab-Israeli Journalist to Gazan Journalist: Hamas is Playing a PR Game on the Expense...

i24 News' anchor Lucy Aharish, an Israeli Arab, lashed out against a Gazan journalist who was a guest on her show last week, telling him that Hamas were to blame for the crisis in Gaza.

Egypt Slaps White House, Jails Al Jazeera Journalists for 7 Years

Egypt's president refuses to "interfere" in a court verdict to jail 3 Al Jazeera reporters for seven years, setting off int'l protests.

Does Israel Recognize Itself as a Jewish State?

Netanyahu demands that that Mahmoud Abbas recognize Israel as a Jewish state, but if it wants foreign journalists to do so, perhaps it should not call Rosh HaShanah-Yom Kippur-Sukkot “autumn holidays.”

A Glimpse of Things to Come: Arab Press Protesting Hamas Repression

Obviously, there's only one place where those frisky reporters are permitted to roam around freely and report whatever they wish.

Israel, Syria and Double Standards

All the wars involving Israel, throughout its history, have caused at least 30,000 fewer deaths than have been caused in Syria in the last couple of years alone.

Journalists, The Right to Live and Other Human Rights

Human Rights Watch attacked Israel for bombing a media installation. Perhaps they have forgotten the story of Palestinian journalist Ahlam Tamimi.

B’tselem Protects Terrorists

I am beginning to wonder in whose service is B'tselem.

When I Murdered Rabin

Between conversations and nibbling, one of my neighbors bent over and whispered, smiling, “At least in this shul we know no one is going to recited Tehillim for his speedy recovery.” My immediate, totally uncalculated reaction was to open a siddur (prayer book) and begin to recite Tehillim. I couldn’t behave otherwise. That‘s my nature – if someone will tell me NOT to jump off a bridge, I’m already up on the railing, hat in hand.

The Public Is The Last To Know

The charade is played out every evening on election day. Television news anchors and beat reporters, on local stations and the networks, come on the air full of breathless anticipation, seeking to build an atmosphere of nail-biting uncertainty.

Letter from Imprisoned Turkish Journalist Baris Pehlivan

My dear colleagues, due to my activities as a journalist, I am unfortunately deprived unlawfully of freedom in my own country. I have been sitting in prison for 17 months without any final verdict. Journalism is a universal profession. Wherever a journalist is arrested and thrown into prison for doing his or her job, all of the world's journalists are under threat.

Salam Fayyad, ‘The Moderate’?

If Fayyad does not want Palestinian children to mix with Israelis, why does he continue to live in an Arab neighborhood in Jerusalem that is under Israeli sovereignty? And why does he continue to meet with Israelis on different occasions? If, as his aides say, he despises Mahmoud Abbas and believes that he is leading the Palestinians toward the abyss, why doesn't he tell this to the president in his face?

The Silence Abbas and the PA Want You to Hear

The Middle East is becoming quieter. No, the swords are not turning into plowshares, it’s not that kind of quiet. Instead, it is the sound of truth that’s slowly being silenced. And it’s happening not only because the PA grows stronger, but also because the West grows weaker.

How to Write About Israel

Weigh every story one way. Depersonalize Israelis, personalize Muslims. One is a statistic, the other a precious snowflake. A Muslim terrorist attack is always in retaliation for something, but an Israeli attack is rarely a retaliation for anything. When Israeli planes bomb a terrorist hideout, suggest that this latest action only feeds the "Cycle of Violence" and quote some official who urges Israel to return to peace negotiations.

Khaled Abu Toameh: Palestinian Journalists Union Fights Palestinian Journalists

The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate wants Palestinian journalists to serve as soldiers on behalf of the Palestinian cause. Journalists, according to the syndicate, should first and foremost be loyal to their president, prime minister, government, homeland, and cause. As for the truth, it appears at the bottom of the syndicate's list of priorities.

Khaled Abu Toameh: How Journalists Allowed the Palestinian Authority to Fool Them

If the Western journalists and donors continue to ignore the reality on the ground, the West Bank could soon fall into the hands of gangsters and armed clans, as has been the case in Jenin -- among the main reasons the Palestinian Authority collapsed in the Gaza Strip in 2007, speeding the rise of Hamas to power.

Khaled Abu Toameh: How The Palestinian Authority Fights Corruption

Instead of going after top officials suspected of embezzling public funds and abusing their powers, the Palestinian Authority government has chosen to wage an unprecedented clampdown on those who dare to raise their voices in support of transparency and freedom of speech.

‘The lady doth protest too much, methinks.’

A war of words has erupted between Turkish prime minister Tayyip Erdogan and American Novelist Paul Auster. Auster seemed to hit a nerve, suggesting that his allegations might be true.

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