Democrats go along with Israeli leader’s agenda at AIPAC conference. Read more about After Golan, are Trump and Netanyahu coming for West Bank?
Despite gruesome killing of a journalist, Israel does not want to abandon Mohammed bin Salman. Read more about Israel lobby wants Saudis to get away with Khashoggi murder
Israel’s Bull Connor treated as equal to march organizer. Read more about New York Times sides with Israel as it kills Gaza marchers
Options are consolidated Israeli apartheid versus equal rights for all. Read more about Trump-Netanyahu meeting lays ground for one-state solution
A chat with the PA’s unelected prime minister had been part of the itinerary for trips organized by the Israel lobby. Read more about Thomas Friedman mourns demise of "Fayyadism"
Is the US establishment’s famed love affair with Israel no more than a fairy tale? Read more about Forget the fairytale: the US doesn't love Israel
In a recent op-ed, the New York Times’ Thomas Friedman smugly offers the Palestinians how to settle their “conflict” with Israel: accept the settlements and the violent settlers, give up a large part of East Jerusalem, and forget about the refugees’ right of return. Read more about Tom Friedman's latest advice to Palestinians: accept a farce of a state
Belén Fernández takes The New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman to task in this excerpt from her new book, The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work. Read more about Thomas Friedman's bouts of hypocrisy
After reading The Imperial Messenger by Belén Fernández, the thought of sharing a profession with Thomas Friedman revolts me, says EI reviewer David Cronin. Read more about Book review: Fernández skewers empire's messenger Tom Friedman
The New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau chief lives on property Israel seized from Palestinian refugees forced to leave their homes during the Nakba in 1948. EI’s Ali Abunimah reveals for the first time details of The Times’ acquisition and use of this property and the story of the Palestinian family whose home it was. What are the implications for its reporting of a case that places the “newspaper of record” at the heart of the Palestine conflict? Read more about NY Times' Jerusalem property makes it protagonist in Palestine conflict
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