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Guardian’s Khaled Diab decries Palestinian fixation on right of return, but aims for one-state solution instead
This article is a cross-post from CiFWatch. It’s Naqba Day, and the Guardian is certainly not one to miss an opportunity to bash Israel. Yesterday’s contribution to this landmark day was an article by Khaled Diab who is: …a regular … Continue reading
This article was cross-posted on CiFWatch. David Hearst, one of the Guardian’s “foreign leader writers” according to his bio, has never met a dictator or Israel-hater he didn’t love. In his article in yesterday’s Commentisfree, in which he addressed the … Continue reading