Jodi Rudoren

By undermining human rights workers in Gaza, New York Times strengthens Israeli impunity

Al Mezan Center For Human Rights
Gaza Strip
18 August 2014

Inaccurate reporting by Jerusalem bureau chief harms the work of human rights group documenting Israeli war crimes.

Rudoren: I did not have journalistic relations with that censor

New York Times bureau chief Jodi Rudoren claims that the story of Hadar Goldin, the Israeli soldier captured in Gaza, constituted her first “encounter with Israel’s military censor”. However…

The side of Jerusalem the New York Times ignores

We Palestinians in Jerusalem are facing institutionalized structural violence enforced by Israel.

Candid video reveals NYT bureau chief Jodi Rudoren's Zionist bubble

Max Blumenthal
2 August 2014

In private meeting shown on video, Rudoren calls Abe Foxman, head of pro-Israel ADL, “my personal defamation protector.”

Israel attempting cover up over Jerusalem teen's killing, family say

Israeli police are behind a disinformation campaign to blame Muhammad Abu Khudair’s family for the boy’s death.

Media whitewash Israeli lynch mobs that preceded murder of Palestinian teen

Major media outlets minimize and ignore incitement, race riots prior to slaying of Muhammad Abu Khudair.

Why did The New York Times ignore Palestine's Christians during Pope's visit?

Patrick Connors and
Andrew Kadi
6 June 2014

Is the “journal of record” supporting Israeli strategy to strip Palestinian Christians of their identity?

Palestinians in Hebron face violent revenge for filming Israeli soldier's violence

Palestinian activists face death threats, raids and beatings by Israeli soldiers as “revenge” for filming their misconduct in Hebron, says Issa Amro, director of Youth Against Settlements.

Israeli soldier becomes overnight hero for pointing loaded gun at Palestinian youths

Israeli extremism on display in support of soldier who cocked his gun at unarmed Palestinian youths.

The New York Times agrees to be gagged by Israel

Following criticism by The Electronic Intifada of how it handled Majd Kayyal’s case, The New York Times is forced to review its policies on observing Israeli gag orders censoring.

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