The Russians ginned up media opposition to the NATO missile defense deal, and then used threats of nuclear-armed missile attacks to delay its deployment.
Michael Oren knows his job. Never agitate the US. Don’t say Israel’s right when the US “knows” it’s wrong. It’s no wonder he praises Samantha Power, but must he say she “really cares” about Israel?
What infuriates New York Times reporters and State Department trolls alike is that Israelis can go for hours and even days without contemplating the tortures prepared for them.
An interview with David Leonhardt, Washington bureau chief of The New York Times.
When it comes to terrorism, many quarters of American society act as if race, religion and national background are taboo.
The Times ain’t what it used to be. First of all, the newspaper has its first woman executive editor, a Jew. Secondly, her editors consider her difficult. Thirdly, it is making less and less money.
There was no such clear dividing line when September 11 faded from memory and we returned to a September 10 world.
The Guardian's report noted that "Harding, who is Jewish, will also have to leave behind the pro-Israeli line of the Times."
Even the United Nations seems occupied with problems in the Middle East much greater than anything going on in Israel.
Is Israel wrong in its policy since we're actually targeted by mortars, shootings, rockets, missiles and underground tunnels?
Here's the response the New York Times didn't print regarding its feature on the Palestinian village that spawned the terrorist who killed our daughter.
Obama's visit is costly and complicated, and will have objectives that the President thinks are important, like Israeli withdrawals.
Thomas Friedman is ho-hum about Obama’s visit to Israel, calls him a “tourist” and calls the Palestinian Authority issue a “hobby” for US diplomats. But does anyone care what Thomas Friedman says?
Even as he left office in January 2002 on a note of unprecedented triumph and popularity, the tone of the New York Times’s editorials and most of its news coverage was startlingly jaundiced.
A US diplomat proposed that UN negotiating rooms be 'inebriation-free zones.'
We are going to be told often in the next two months that things are going to get better in Egypt. It's likely that they are going to get worse.
This is all a tragedy for the poor victims in the Middle East and a farce for the well-paid, much-honored careerist opportunists and ideologues in the West.
The system initially used 22 years of New York Times archives, from 1986 to 2007.
Like Europeans, Israelis are mad for their soccer. For some, soccer is the true religion of the Middle East, one shared by Muslims and...
The New York Times criticizes Israel for not undergoing the scrutiny of the UN Human Rights Council, while at the same time recognizes the extreme bias the Council shows against Israel.
The JewishPress.com was the first major English language Jewish/Israel news publication to have the story about the video.
The problem nowadays is that an insane interpretation of international affairs seems to be a quality defining who 'the best people are.'
Even after the New York Times issued a remarkable correction, the paper's bureau chief claims she was essentially correct in writing that construction in E-1 would cut Judea and Samaria in two.
The democratic opposition—like its counterparts in Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Iran—has learned that the United States will not help them.
You wouldn’t make donations to Hezballah, right? Then don’t buy the Times.
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