Whilst it’s not fair to label most Guardian journalists and editors antisemitic, one thing seems certain: Their obsessive criticism of Israel day in and day out, characterising the state as not only flawed but as some sort of organic obstacle to peace and progress, reinforces in the minds of those already prone to such thinking the idea that the Jew indeed remains “humanity’s greatest problem”.
A guest post by AKUS The Guardian is up to its old tricks again. When it has only the flimsiest case on which to base an attack on Israel, it pours out […]
Though Jews are known as high achievers in science, business and the humanities, this blog has made the argument that Jews have failed miserably at the enterprise of ‘ethnic cleansing’ – as seems […]
Yesterday, Harriet Sherwood reported on the “parallels” some Palestinians are now evidently drawing between their movement and “Mandela’s anti-Apartheid struggle”. The fact that some of the people she quoted to give credence to this […]
Cross posted by London-based blogger Richard Millett On Thursday night 200 students crammed into Room G2 at SOAS (University of London – The School of Oriental and Asian Studies) where they heard […]