The New York Times defended an erroneous anti-Israel map and pro-Palestinian rhetoric used by one of its guest writers this week as “art.”
With the help of the corporate media, leftist celebrities, and politicians, these three anti-Israel myths have been spreading on social media.
Peter Beinart openly called for the undermining of Israel and Zionism in the New York Times. Now he’s a featured speaker on “dismantling antisemitism.”
For decades, foreign policy experts—the blob—assumed much about the Middle East that has turned out to be completely wrong.
If President Trump is reelected this November, the world may indeed witness a few more peace agreements out of the Middle East.
The foreign policy media crowd minimizes the fact that Trump’s plan for peace in the Mideast is supported by many Arab countries.
A growing number of Democrats tolerate, or even gladly support, the movement to boycott Israel. They justify it in the name of free speech and social justice, but it’s economic warfare.
Linda Sarsour now alleges the existence of Jews and their grandchildren in their historic homeland is akin to white supremacy.
The establishment press must be getting quite a crick in its collective neck from having to look away so often from the antisemitic elements of the left, including within the Democratic Party.
After being granted access to Israel, Rashida Tlaib released a statement saying she would no longer visit Israel because of “oppressive conditions.”
Several speakers reminded the overwhelmingly Christian audience (with a smattering of observant Jews) that anti-Semitism is a cancer, and it’s everybody’s problem.
The congresswoman claims her Holocaust remarks were taken ‘out of context.’ But the proper context shows she’s pushing a terrorist narrative about Israel.
Several student groups have denounced Hill’s praise for Jewish and Western civilization’s achievements as “racist, anti-Palestinian, xenophobic, sexist and Islamophobic,” characterizing his criticisms of Sharia law as “barbaric.”
In another year, finding 21 Democrats willing to support pro-Israel legislation should have been a cakewalk. However, 2019 is not any old year.
Israel has the moral right to annex all of the West Bank, for a plethora of reasons. Israel’s right to exist is non-negotiable and it has a right to unilaterally apply Israeli law over its nation-state.
Many young progressives view the crisis from the lens that Palestinians are being persecuted while battling an Israeli oppressor that has no right to exist.
The new wave of freshman Democrats is beginning to criticize our nation’s historically strong ties with Israel. The party is clearly splitting on this issue of historic bipartisan unity.
The Palestinian government could choose to take care of its own people and has the money to do it, but instead chooses to fund terror.
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