The Indy headline caught our eye because “Israeli fingerprints” is a term often used by extremists to evoke the idea of some sort of false flag operation, in which it is alleged that Israel is secretly behind attacks launched by other countries.
Netanyahu’s trip to India reveals two sides of Israel that do not receive enough media attention – Israel as a partner in solving the major humanitarian issues of the day, and Israel as a country that is quite popular in many parts of the world – facts which contradict the simplistic, one-sided narrative often presented by foreign journalists covering the region.
I recently commented (here) on an Oct. 25th CiF essay by Kapil Komireddi (Israel and India: A relationship deepened by prejudice) which again demonstrated that, for the anti-Zionist left, even the most benign Israeli act, […]
I think the definition of an anti-Zionist ideologue is someone who can spin almost any Israeli act or government policy as evidence of the state’s villainy. Deborah Orr displayed such moral jujitsu by framing […]