Israel continues to exaggerate and exploit anti-Semitism in its effort to bring in Jews and defeat the Palestinian “demographic threat.” Read more about As threats to Jews said to mount in Europe, Israeli minister gets “excited”
Aborted visit was brainchild of an Israeli operative deeply involved in settlements in the occupied West Bank, working closely with the Israeli government. Read more about Revealed: Gaza orphans Israel trip was government-backed PR stunt
Israeli story quickly falls apart. But why haven’t media corrected their initial accounts? Read more about Guardian reports “acid attack” on Israelis that never happened
Atmosphere of incitement against Palestinians mounts. Read more about Jewish Agency’s Avi Mayer whitewashes “Death to the Arabs” rally
Claims that Israel is a “shining city on a sand dune” echo the prejudice of Zionism’s founding father Theodor Herzl. Read more about Why is the Jewish Agency's Avi Mayer obsessed with race?
Ruth Eglash, the Washington Post’s new Jerusalem correspondent, has what could be a serious conflict of interest – her husband’s political and business ties to the Israeli government and propaganda apparatus. Read more about Washington Post's new Jerusalem correspondent married to pro-Israel propagandist
“He should have been shot and killed already,” Israeli army-linked blogger says of Palestinian child arrested four times. Read more about Blog linked to Israeli army calls for murder of Palestinian children
Burdon’s press agent couldn’t provide The Electronic Intifada with any details and other inquiries have gone unanswered. Read more about No evidence of “threats” that prompted The Animals’ Eric Burdon to cancel Israel gig
Israel practices “institutional and societal discrimination” against its Palestinian citizens: this is the conclusion of the US State Department in its newly-published Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2012. Read more about US State Department: Israel practices "institutional discrimination"
The Aubagne International Film Festival has called on Israeli filmmaker Yariv Horowitz to retract the claim, widely reported in Israeli media, that he was the victim of a vicious anti-Semitic beating by “Arab youths” that left him unconscious while he was present at the festival earlier this month. Read more about Israeli director Yariv Horowitz must retract false claim of anti-Semitic attack says Aubagne film festival
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