Israel

Painting New Dovish Israel Lobby as "Pro-Israel" and Moderate

Reporter Neil Lewis advertised the formation of an alleged "pro-Israel lobby" but left off the part about its stated opposition to what it calls "the far right."

Keller Suggests "Some Resemblance" Between Israel and South African Apartheid

Executive Editor Bill Keller: "...it is not wrong to see some resemblance to South Africa in the way Israelis drew up Palestinian homelands that serve Israeli interests while leaving the ...

More Middle East Moral Equivalency from the NYT

The Times reverts to old habits as another round of peace talks get under way, blaming Israel for recalcitrance and glossing over Palestinian terrorism.

What Does Ahmadinejad Think About the Holocaust?

Laurie Goodstein glides over the Iranian president's "record" and "stance on the Holocaust" without repeating his past denials that the Holocaust ever occurred.

The West Is "Demonizing" Iran's President

Among Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's "provocative remarks": Denying the Holocaust.

Steven Erlanger's Latest Whitewash of Hamas

Erlanger: The anti-Israeli terrorist Hamas is "in its way, pragmatic," the Palestinian terrorist leader Yasir Arafat was a "charismatic man," and Israel and the U.S. are responsible for the ...

Middle East Moral Equivalency: Anti-Israeli Terrorists as "Warriors"

Neil Genzlinger on "Hot House": "The film, though, is necessarily ambiguous as to whether all this will lead either side to be more accommodating or will simply result in smarter warriors." The ...

Finally: "Civil War" Among Palestinians As Well As in Iraq

After a month of the euphemistic phrase "factional fighting," the Times finally suggests "civil war" may be taking place in the Gaza Strip.

Moral Equivalency Between Israel, Palestinian Terrorists

Israel killed four terrorists, while Palestinians killed an Israeli citizen. But it's all the same for Times' headline writers.

"The Latest Indignity" for Iraqis...a Wall to Protect Them

They were happier under Saddam? "But the Adhamiya wall...has fast become a metaphor for the cumulative resentment that Iraqis feel about the violence and disruption of daily life that have brought ...
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