Would the Daily Mail ever describe an attack in London by black men on a Jewish man as a ‘black attack’ or highlight the attacker’s skin colour in the headline? Unless there’s recently been a spate of such acts of violence in London by orthodox Jews, we fail to see why the religion of these alleged attackers is pertinent to the story at all.
The Times of London photo choice is consistent with a curious pattern within the broader British media, whereby reports about Jews – in both Israel and the diaspora – are illustrated with photos depicting Haredim. More relevant to the article in question, it should be stressed that Haredim represent an extremely small percentage of British Jews.
A Feb. 4th Associated Press (AP) story by Daniel Estrin reported that an American Jewish group promoting the discredited practice of “gay conversion therapy” was recently ordered to close by a US court. […]
Cross posted from the blog of the CST Two antisemitic far Right gatherings have occurred in London in successive weeks, showing the Jew-hating essence of both the fake intellectual and the street […]
The recent CiF piece by Robert Spencer (which never once mentions Jews or Judaism), elicits this completely off-topic, silly, and juvenile thinly-veiled attack on the supposed sexual practices of observant Jews – based […]
This was cross-posted by Brian of London at Israellycool. (This post, describing a typical Yom Kippur in Tel Aiv, stands in stark contrast to the narrative advanced by the Guardian’s recent photo […]