Do Israeli police raid and break up dance parties in PA controlled Palestinian cities in the West Bank? That’s what an interview in the The Observer (sister site of the Guardian) with Palestinian rapper Muqata’a, focusing on Ramallah’s dance culture, initially claimed, before a tweet by UKMW pointing out that this was erroneous.
In short, the PNN article tweeted without comment by the Guardian contributor is complete propaganda, and – at the very least – seriously calls into question her objectivity, fairness and commitment to professional journalism.
Today, The Guardian published a report by Kate Shuttleworth (Stabbed Israeli man mistaken for Arab lashes out at escalating violence, Oct. 15) about several Israeli revenge attacks against Arabs amidst the recent wave of […]
Last week, a rock-throwing Palestinian, Mohammed Hani al-Kasbah, 17, was shot and killed by Col. Yisrael Shomer, the commanding officer of the Binyamin Brigade in the West Bank. The IDF said that the officer – […]
In the summer of 2014, the Guardian, The Independent, The Telegraph and Times of London all reported on the large number of arrests of Hamas members in the West Bank following the abduction of three Israeli teens, […]
The Guardian’s hate campaign against Israel has been in full swing for a decade and a half. But where do you go once all your bigotry has been refuted? Bizarrely, this is where: the Guardian has run an op-ed by a priest having a dream about Israeli “apartheid”. No kidding!
On Dec. 11th we asked a simple question after an autopsy (by Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian forensic doctors) of Ziad Abu Ein – the terrorist cum Palestinian minister who died in the West Bank on […]
As we noted yesterday, the Guardian published a report (and video) on the death of Palestinian minister Ziad Abu Ein, who died shortly after a brief confrontation with IDF soldiers during a protest north of Ramallah, which all […]
(This op-ed by Geoffrey Alderman originally appeared in The Journal, a newspaper widely circulating in the north-east of England.) On Tuesday 18 November two Palestinian-Islamic terrorists entered a synagogue in Jerusalem (the […]
Here’s an entry on July 8th from the Guardian’s Live Blog on the war between Israel and Hamas. Though the blog’s editor allows the claim made by MAP (a radical NGO whose leaders […]
Telegraph cites PLO claim that Israeli bill requiring vote on territorial withdrawal ‘stabs peace efforts’
For those of us used to hysterical claims made at the Guardian and elsewhere warning of the potential demise of Israeli democracy, it’s quite entertaining to see even the most robust democratic […]
Harriet Sherwood published a report in the Guardian on Aug. 8 about a new Palestinian city being built near Ramallah (Rawabi rises: new West Bank city symbolises Palestine’s potential) which will eventually […]
A March 22 edition of the Guardian’s ongoing Middle East Live Blog, edited by Matthew Weaver, included the following dispatch on President Obama’s March 21 news conference with Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. Palestinians […]
Today’s edition of the Guardian’s ‘Picture Desk Live’ included a photo, by Atef Safadi of EPA, showing a riot near Ramallah related to the recent death of Arafat Jaradat. Jaradat is a Palestinian arrested on […]
Harriet Sherwood’s Dec. 7 report, ‘Gaza Welcomes exiled Hamas leader‘, about Khaled Meshaal’s first trip to Gaza, began with these three paragraphs: Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal kissed the ground and wept as he […]
Over the past several days hundreds of Palestinians have been demonstrating in Ramallah (and in other PA-controlled cities) in protest against diplomatic contacts with Israel and to denounce police violence at a […]
A guest post by Richard Millett It seems that Channel 4 has not been telling the full truth in its recently shown Unreported World documentary Going for Gold in Gaza, about the efforts of the men’s […]
Palestinians turn their backs on latest flotilla stunt (Media outnumber protesters in Ramallah by 8 to 1)
A guest post by AKUS Very few people in the world are aware that there is another “flotilla” of two ships that are trying to embarrass Israel by getting themselves intercepted by […]
While in Ramallah on Thursday I noticed a public square which seemed dedicated to someone with a terrorist affiliation, and took this photo of the sign marking the site. Sure enough, a […]
I was instructed by my guide to not wear a kippah while on tour of the Palestinian city of Ramallah. I’m currently at a cafe in the old city section, enjoying a […]