Accompanying the never ending supply of news stories, the Guardian published a total of 37 articles, editorials and cartoons between May 31, 2010 and June 9, 2010, the vast majority of which were anti-Israel in their stance.
In the following pie chart we break out these articles into the following categories: pro-Israel, anti-Israel and neutral.
Included among the deluge of anti-Israel articles were the following: Israeli PR Machine won Gaza flotilla media battle by Antony Lerman, Who will bring Israel to book over flotilla attack by Daniel Machover, If Gaza’s relief is a step closer, they won’t have died in vain by Seumas Milne, Israelis must speak up for Gaza activists by Daphna Baram, Israel: remember 1947 and the Exodus ship by Richard Irvine, Israel’s aggression is now obvious to all by Deborah Orr and Israel reveals its true face by Ahdaf Soueif. Noticeably, many of the anti-Israel articles were written by Jews who are at the forefront of the movement to delegitimize Israel as a Jewish state.
On the editorial front, the Guardian, published a total of five editorials (including one in its sister paper the Observer), each and every one of which was anti-Israel in its stance as well as three cartoons portraying Israel as the sole aggressor.
Of the 37 articles, editorials and cartoons, a measly four articles were published that could be characterized as pro-Israel, one of which was by Seth Freedman who is most known for his anti-Israel views.
I guess this is the Guardian’s idea of “fair and balanced” to borrow the words of editor, Matt Seaton.