the new york times

JILL ABRAMSON gives a commencement address in North Carolina in 2014. (Jason Miczek/Reuters)
The business of news

Former ‘New York Times’ editor Jill Abramson takes a provocative and controversial look at the state of journalism

By ANTHONY MARRO
01/03/2019
NYT: African Al Qaeda terrorists invoke Palestinian conflict as battle cry

The report correlates Israeli diplomacy with the cause of terrorists throughout Africa.

22/02/2019
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), with Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI)
Discordant voices aren’t going away

As Michelle Alexander makes clear, for her and many others, silence in the face of more than 50 years of occupation and settlement expansion is no longer an option.

By MICHAEL FELSEN
12/02/2019
Eilat ranked sixth-best place to visit

The opening of the new Ramon Airport opened Israel's most southern city to the wider public.

10/01/2019
A relative mourns during the funeral of Palestinian nurse Razan Al-Najar.
NYT: Killing of Palestinian medic ‘reckless at best, possibly a war crime’

A video released by the IDF in June appears to show Razan Najjar throwing a smoke grenade into an open area and announcing that she is offering herself as a human shield.

An ignorant ‘New York Times’ trashes the Maccabees

The Hasmonean revolt was not a fundamentalist- religious movement sworn to the destruction of liberal Western ideologies.

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump
Responding to ‘NY Times’ criticism of Ivanka and Jared Kushner

As Jews, we have an obligation to support each other.

21/11/2018
Michael Oren, former ambassador to the US, speaking infront of  Christians United for Israel.
Michael Oren: Detaining BDS activist causes Israel political damage

"I call for a reexamination of Israel's policy in order to protect ourselves and our image as a democratic and enlightened society," said Oren.

A man buys a Sunday newspaper at a news stand in London July 17, 2011.
The grave danger of media bias

Misinformation matters because media outlets have great power. They shape the way we understand the world and, ultimately, drive our behavior.

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