New NBC drama to be filmed in Jerusalem “will give legitimacy to Israel’s policies of apartheid, ethnic cleansing and colonization,” groups say.
Israel presented as benign towards indigenous people of the Naqab.
Under the regime of New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren, the silencing of Palestinians has plumbed new lows.
The Israeli government must be rubbing its hands in glee at BBC propaganda painting it as “humanitarian” despite so many ongoing crimes against Palestinians.
Claiming impartiality, broadcaster keeps on pandering to Israel.
Israel wasted no time to exploit the catastrophe in the Philippines.
Should a publication that seeks to foster “a new conversation about Israel and Palestine” perpetuate Nakba denial and tolerate discourse that excuses or denies sexual assault?
Film-maker has alleged that program was dropped because of “conscious or unconscious” political pressure.
A 2005 working paper never formally rubber-stamped by the European Union is still being cited by Israel advocates.
Israel’s officially-incited racism against Africans and Palestinians is no secret. So why does it rarely make its way into mainstream media?