Such fears also resonate in diplomatic circles, so Swedish Ambassador Carl Magnus Nesser and Finnish Ambassador Anu Saarela last week co-hosted a discussion on the subject as it affects Israel.
“I am ashamed of the mistakes I made with regards to people in general and women in particular."
Erekat asked to remove the flag ahead of his address in which he defended his recent condolence call to a Palestinian terrorist.
Elad Nehorai, who runs the Jewish blog Pop Chassid successfully raised money through crowdfunding to put a full-page ad in the New York Times to combat the media bias.
A divided Knesset approves bill targeting pro-Netanyahu newspaper in preliminary vote; MK Cabel: Paper is PM's attack dog, trying to kill off other media; Steinitz: Bill violates free speech.
Restricting Israel Hayom would be a blow to Israel’s freedom of the press and freedom of speech.
We see the open involvement of newspaper owners across the entire media map in efforts to promote their agendas.
Antitrust Authority says it is doing its best to make decision soon; employees say more complex cases have been approved more quickly.
Makor Rishon editor: "If we do not get approval by Thursday night ... the paper will die and become a corpse."