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There has been so much talk in the Israeli and international press about the exclusion of women in Israel, haredi sectarianism, attacks on the Supreme Court and right-wing violence that you would imagine to yourself that Israel’s streets are burning, … Continue reading
I was going to entitle this post “the international media make me sick”, but I decided to be a bit more specific. You can take the opening sentence as a sub-heading. Since Thursday’s multiple terrorist attacks near Eilat which killed … Continue reading
A minor article in the Guardian caught my eye today and almost made me laugh for its faux naivete. Yet despite its minimal size, the article is extremely illuminating as to how bias against Israel works in the international media. … Continue reading