The Guardian has dumped Joshua Trevino, who incited murder of Palestine solidarity activists, over conflict of interest.
At an Israeli consulate rally in 2010, the candidate Treviño wrote speeches for mouthed words of hate and vilification.
The Guardian now says it is somehow obligated to provide a platform for extremism, while it continues to refuse to correct blatant falsehoods.
The Guardian continues to lie to its readers about its new columnist Joshua Treviño’s record.
New revelations of Joshua Treviño’s bigotry and lies, as Guardian insists he hasn’t been demoted.
The Guardian is proud to have hired a new pro-Israel contributor who says those who disagree with him should be murdered
Are Palestinian Authority officials afraid of “reprisals” from the Obama administration if they criticize US policy? It would seem so, according to a Washington Post reporter.
AP’s Jerusalem bureau stands by baseless report that Christians in Gaza have been forced to convert to Islam, even after the agency’s own reporter acknowledged the claims weren’t true
This is at least the second notable act of apparent censorship by Haaretz in recent months.
Why didn’t AP verify claims of “forced conversions” of Christians in Gaza before publishing damaging and ultimately false report?