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Here are 26 important articles about media bias as it relates to the Middle East conflict

Your personal tags: Media imbalance, Antisemitism in British Labour

One speaker in a debate on whether the Labour leader is ‘unfit to be prime minister’ by Howard Jacobson

howard-jacobson-getty.jpg?f=16x9_xtr_h=576_xtr_w=1024_xtr_$p$f$h$w=c30a42a.png Could there, I wonder, be such a thing as an inadvertent antisemite? Jeremy claims to be a peace-maker. A peace-maker brings warring parties together. Why then do we only ever see him taking Palestinians to tea? Could it be that he just can’t remember to ask the Israelis? “Oh, bugger, I’ve forgotten to invite the Jews again.” ...
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One speaker in a debate on whether the Labour leader is ‘unfit to be prime minister’ by Howard Jacobson

howard-jacobson-getty.jpg?f=16x9_xtr_h=576_xtr_w=1024_xtr_$p$f$h$w=c30a42a.png Could there, I wonder, be such a thing as an inadvertent antisemite? Jeremy claims to be a peace-maker. A peace-maker brings warring parties together. Why then do we only ever see him taking Palestinians to tea? Could it be that he just can’t remember to ask the Israelis? “Oh, bugger, I’ve forgotten to invite the Jews again.” ...
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Corbyn’s “Zionist” remarks were “most offensive” since Enoch Powell, says ex-chief Rabbi by George Eaton

gettyimages-513276704.jpg?itok=d4qtjcq1.png Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says recently reported remarks were “the most offensive made by a senior British politician since ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech”. ...
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Corbyn’s “Zionist” remarks were “most offensive” since Enoch Powell, says ex-chief Rabbi by George Eaton

gettyimages-513276704.jpg?itok=d4qtjcq1.png Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says recently reported remarks were “the most offensive made by a senior British politician since ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech”. ...
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Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘English Zionist’ defence ensures Labour’s anti-Semitism row will drag on by Patrick Maguire

gettyimages-943367508.jpg?itok=xddfmf-7.png The Labour leader has acknowledged that his remarks about British Zionists were problematic – but his clarification will only exacerbate the row. ...
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Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘English Zionist’ defence ensures Labour’s anti-Semitism row will drag on by Patrick Maguire

gettyimages-943367508.jpg?itok=xddfmf-7.png The Labour leader has acknowledged that his remarks about British Zionists were problematic – but his clarification will only exacerbate the row. ...
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Labour’s new anti-Semitism has disturbingly old roots by James Bloodworth

gettyimages-947510314.jpg?w=1500_xtr_h=1000_xtr_crop=0.0.0.0.png Different strains of bigotry have come together under Jeremy Corbyn, and he can't fix it. ...
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Labour’s new anti-Semitism has disturbingly old roots by James Bloodworth

gettyimages-947510314.jpg?w=1500_xtr_h=1000_xtr_crop=0.0.0.0.png Different strains of bigotry have come together under Jeremy Corbyn, and he can't fix it. ...
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Even pro-Palestinian activists are appalled by Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to Israel by James Sorene

Many organisations manage to be deeply critical of Israel even within the IHRA definition. Somehow even those organisations (eg HRW) are able to avoid the deeply offensive rhetoric which is ubiquitous within British Labour. The dark side of British Labour are now more or less aligned with those groups who believe violence is the only solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They fetishize armed “resistance” and harming Israeli civilians, believe there should be no dialogue with Israelis and deploy the most offensive antisemitic and extreme language in order to inflame communal tensions. ...
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Even pro-Palestinian activists are appalled by Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to Israel by James Sorene

Many organisations manage to be deeply critical of Israel even within the IHRA definition. Somehow even those organisations (eg HRW) are able to avoid the deeply offensive rhetoric which is ubiquitous within British Labour. The dark side of British Labour are now more or less aligned with those groups who believe violence is the only solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They fetishize armed “resistance” and harming Israeli civilians, believe there should be no dialogue with Israelis and deploy the most offensive antisemitic and extreme language in order to inflame communal tensions. ...
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Corbyn urged to address anti-Semitism or risk Labour turning its back on Jewish Scots 'for good' by Auslan Cramb

172065622-corbynbuyspa-news_trans_nvbqzqnjv4bqzgekzx3m936n5bqk4va8rqj6ra64k3taxf Labour has been warned that it risks turning its back on Scotland’s Jewish community “for good” unless Jeremy Corbyn uses his current visit to address the “clear” anti-Semitism in the party. ...
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Corbyn urged to address anti-Semitism or risk Labour turning its back on Jewish Scots 'for good' by Auslan Cramb

172065622-corbynbuyspa-news_trans_nvbqzqnjv4bqzgekzx3m936n5bqk4va8rqj6ra64k3taxf Labour has been warned that it risks turning its back on Scotland’s Jewish community “for good” unless Jeremy Corbyn uses his current visit to address the “clear” anti-Semitism in the party. ...
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UN chief proposes military force to protect Palestinians from Israel by AP and Times staff

000_17z3o0-e1532770350691-640x400.png Armed international mission among options floated by Guterres in response to General Assembly request for report on Hamas-led Gaza clashes ...
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Citing rising anti-Semitism, leading lawyer to leave UK for Israel by Toi Staff

screen-shot-2018-08-18-at-05.10.30-e1534558419867-640x400.png Mark Lewis and his partner say social media helped launch Jew-hatred into the mainstream, and Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party has a 'very loud part' in its rise ...
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German firms ignore EU appeal, end Iran projects by Editors

3054a4d3-4999-4232-92d7-7612debf9008.png Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Bahn, two state-owned German companies, are following car manufacturer Daimler and mechanical engineering company Herrenknecht to withdraw from Iran because of US sanctions. ...
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Time for Palestinians to stop fighting lost battles by Daniel J. Arbess

Palestinians are finding that they are the last holdouts of an Arab world that has accepted Israel and will make peace with it. Arab leaders who truly want to help their people know the path is through creativity, negotiation and compromise - not so-called resistance ...
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If Israel has such bad PR, why does it remain so popular? by Andrew Silow-Carroll

Israel remains hugely popular among the American public. According to Gallup, 64 percent of the U.S. population sympathizes with the Israelis over the Palestinians, and only 19 percent say they sympathize more with the Palestinians. Congress remains firmly pro-Israel. Yes, a Pew survey in January showed a wide partisan divide over Israel, with 79 percent of Republicans and only 27 percent of Democratic sympathizing more with Israel than with the Palestinians. But the poll questions forced respondents to choose between Israelis and Palestinians (why not both?), and the results may have reflected only the deeply partisan nature of American politics — not anything you can hasbarah away. ...
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Netanyahu blasts Corbyn for honoring Munich massacre terrorists by A.P.

corbyn-wreath-750x400.png UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is under fire again, facing accusations that he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony to honor the perpetrators of a heinous terrorist attack that killed 11 Israelis at the 1972 Olympics. ...
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Netanyahu blasts Corbyn for honoring Munich massacre terrorists by A.P.

corbyn-wreath-750x400.png UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is under fire again, facing accusations that he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony to honor the perpetrators of a heinous terrorist attack that killed 11 Israelis at the 1972 Olympics. ...
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Why has Labour run the risk of alienating progressive Jews? by Nick Cohen

The British Labour Party’s decision to ignore a widely accepted definition of antisemitism simply beggars belief ...
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Why has Labour run the risk of alienating progressive Jews? by Nick Cohen

The British Labour Party’s decision to ignore a widely accepted definition of antisemitism simply beggars belief ...
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JLC chair says Corbyn ‘not fit to be an MP’ amid row over Munich wreath-laying by Editors Jewish News

antisemitism-demonstration-in-parliament-squaremm9662-640x400.png Jewish community leader reacts to revelations in the Mail that Jeremy Corbyn paid tribute near the graves of Palestinian terrorists ...
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Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-Semite crisis worsens as a shocking dossier brings his past back to haunt him by David Wooding

SHAMEFUL: The Sun on Sunday reveals a damning diary of meeting with hate preachers and other racists ...
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Corbyn’s leadership campaign partly financed by pro-hamas donors by unknown

jeremy-corbyn-5.jpg?fit=1030%2c579_xtr_ssl=1.png Campaign Against Antisemitism has reviewed Electoral Commission documents, according to which Jeremy Corbyn’s 2015 campaign to become leader of the Labour Party was partly funded by London GP Dr Ibrahim Hamami, who is alleged to be aligned with Hamas, the genocidal antisemitic terrorist organisation, and retired Professor Ted Honderich, who stated in 2011 that Palestinians had a “moral right” to engage in terrorism. ...
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Jeremy Corbyn 'must accept antisemitism claims are justified' by Jonathan Goldstein

jonathan-goldstein.jpg?f=16x9_xtr_h=576_xtr_w=1024_xtr_$p$f$h$w=2a7c5a2.png The Labour leader's lack of action on this issue speaks volumes - especially when he seems so happy to speak out on so much else ...
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Will the trade unions defeat Jeremy Corbyn on anti-Semitism? by Patrick Maguire

ns_patrick_maguire_byline_drawing_small.png A third union – Usdaw – has called on the Labour leader to adopt the IHRA definition and its examples in full. ...
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