The antisemites are out in full force on the latest Freedman thread. Here’s a preview of the kind of discourse one can expect to encounter. Update Oh dear. Someone is upset.
In Part I of this piece we looked at the Observer editorial published on CiF on December 27th 2009 and analysed its content. Now let’s peruse the comments relating to that editorial […]
On December 27th 2009, an editorial from the Guardian’s weekend sister paper The Observer appeared on CiF, entitled ‘One year on, we need progress in Gaza’. I am always interested in these […]
The continual demonization of Israel and its people that we witness day in day out on “Comment is Free” and in the MSM in general obscures from view the true nature of […]
With the likes of Shlomo Sand spreading pseudo-academic fabrications that deny the nationhood of the Jewish people, fabrications that are openly embraced by the antisemitic commenters on CiF who seek to deny […]
This is a guest post by Eliyahu m’Tsiyon of Emet m’Tsiyon The Guardian’s hostile bias where Israel is concerned is notorious. A recent piece by Rory McCarthy on January 6 is a case […]
Dear Nicholas, I hope you don’t mind my using your first name, but given that you have done the same in your open letter to Israeli FM Avigdor Lieberman on CiF, I […]
Victoria Brittain for her despicable blue baby syndrome blood libel piece. To view the results click here.
“Gorgeous George” Galloway has taken his overblown ego on another trip to Gaza. Press TV on 24th December referred to him as a “British lawmaker” and made much of his appeal to […]
This is a guest post by Jonathan HoffmanThe Guardian website today carried a report about the clashes between the aid convoy led by George Galloway and the Egyptian police. Of course the […]
I have long suspected that Neve Gordon lives in some sort of parallel universe where as if by magic, he manages to turn good into bad, wrong into right, true into false. […]
H/t Proud Zionist.
This is a guest post by AKUS There may be some reading this who remember the endless debates at the end of the 1990’s about whether media should use the Internet as […]
This is a guest post from AKUS Rachel Shabi has become notorious for the errors and fallacies in the articles she submits to the Guardian. A number of sites that keep an […]
CiF Watch regulars will notice that we have added a new feature to the site which splits a post into two by displaying only the first few paragraphs of the post in […]
This is a cross post of a fascinating article by Professor Colin Shindler that was recently published in the Jewish Chronicle on December 23, 2009. This article was based on Professor Shindler’s […]
Introducing nominations for the CiF Watch Pinocchio Award for 2009 for the CiF contributor that told the biggest lies of 2009. The poll closes on January 6, 2010.
The British elections scheduled for spring 2010 are going to be exceptionally interesting. After 12 years of New Labour rule, a big shake-up is predicted and although the electoral campaign began unofficially […]
Damian Thomson, Blogs Editor of the Telegraph Media Group, has a plan for dealing with antisemitic trolls. For every anti-Semitic comment that appears on this blog, I will make a small donation […]
This is a guest post by AKUS There are a couple of articles running on “Comment is Free” and Slate: This could be a coincidence, but the similarity between the sub-headers, in […]