Here’s the latest installment in our ongoing series of posts documenting BDS fails.
The Guardian’s weapon of choice on Monday against the Jewish state was maps with Petter Hellström, a PhD candidate at the Department of History of Science and Ideas, Uppsala University, claiming, in the Science section, that Google “chose not to mark Palestine on their maps…to stay impartial in the eyes of customers and the surrounding society…their fellow westerners.”
Claims regarding the putative ‘erosion of Israel’s democracy‘ have long been a favorite among the anti-Israel UK media elite, and the mere absence of any evidence attesting to this descent into political […]
We recently posted about an op-ed by Mira Bar-Hillel (a Jewish commentator who has acknowledged being antisemitic) which erroneously suggested that the Israeli media demanded the IDF bomb Gaza “back to the Stone Age” […]
On Dec. 1 we posted about Harriet Sherwood’s story at the Guardian titled ‘Israel’s plan to forcibly resettle Negev Bedouins prompts global protests‘. The legislation Sherwood reported on is known as Prawer-Begin (which passed its […]
A guest post by AKUS This little travel tip popped up alongside an article on the Guardian’s website. Yes – if Auschwitz if not enough for one day – visit the fabulous […]
In May we posted about unflattering photos of Bibi Netanyahu which the Guardian used to illustrate stories about Israel. Well, “unflattering” is not a fair characterization. To be more accurate, I’d say that […]
This was written by Dr. Andre Oboler, and originally was published by the Jerusalem Post. Oboler is co-chair of the Online Antisemitism Working Group of the Global Forum to Combat Antisemitism. It’s been […]