Tag Archives: arab-israeli

Letter: What Have the Palestinians Built?

Bruce Ticker criticizes Khymani James for his extreme views on Israel, highlighting the futility of changing such opinions given James's rigid stance. Despite Israel's contributions to global concerns and its support for minority rights, James rejects any positive portrayal of Israel.

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Letter: Free Speech? Or Free Disruption?

The article criticizes campus activists for disrupting events and sidelining speakers supportive of Israel, arguing this doesn't aid Arabs or Palestinians and stymies open debate. Such actions contradict genuine free speech and deprive students of diverse discussions, mirroring broader anti-Israel sentiments under the guise of woke activism.

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Column: Vegas-style Reporting Out of Israel

What is not fit to print is printed. What is fit to print is not printed. These are two glaring examples of what passes for coverage of Israel in two major daily newspapers. One publishes a distorted article, the other ignores significant news. A Jewish weekly even discards news that is important to its ethnic readership.

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Column: Child Abuse, ‘Palestine’-Style

Of 12 Palestinians killed in Israel’s in Jenin the other week, at least four were under 18, the Palestinian Health Ministry said, according to The New York Times. Terrorist groups claimed that at least five of those killed were fighters, including a 16-year-old boy. Israel said that all Palestinian fatalities were combatants.

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