NSO Group spyware was used to spy on Saudi activists’ communications. Read more about Friend of Khashoggi sues Israeli spyware company
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Athletes, conferences and a mooted railroad project see Israel and Arab Gulf relations deepen. Read more about Did Saudi Arabia use Israeli technology to spy on Khashoggi?
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
Ruth Eglash won’t say why she liked Yair Netanyahu’s Facebook post. Read more about Does Washington Post journalist think anti-fascists are bigger danger than neo-Nazis?
Editorials in top media foreground Israeli concerns but sideline those of Palestinians. Read more about America's papers brush aside Israeli brutality
Europe’s attitude to refugees is being compared to Israel’s policies on “security” by senior diplomats. Read more about Israeli leaders delight in Europe's cruelty toward refugees
Jorge Ramos has been accused of blurring the distinction between journalism and activism; so have I. Read more about Why journalists have a duty to disrupt
Since Netanyahu’s re-election victory, the talk of a deepening breach between the US and Israel has escalated. But will it translate into real action? Read more about Is Obama really going to get tough with Israel?
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
Ari Roth was reportedly charged with “insubordination” for complaining about the cancelation of Palestine-themed plays. Read more about Did Washington's Theater J fire director for complaining of censorship on Palestine?
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