At the University of California, Riverside, an undergraduate student and Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) leader is teaching a one-credit course clearly intended to indoctrinate students to hate and act against Israel.
In a familiar syndrome, many otherwise impartial American journalists, newly posted in Israel, slip quickly in their reporting into unmistakably hostile views of the country. Why?
In the final segment of its seven part series on Middle East history, National Public Radio covered the so-called second Palestinian Intifada. As in the previous segments, NPR once again offered up a highly skewed lineup of experts, with critics of Israel heavily represented and pro-Israel voices virtually absent.
THUMBS UP to Daniel Johnson for an incisive Daily Telegraph column (August 21, 1999) about revelations in Commentary magazine that Edward Said, famed Columbia University professor and alleged Palestinian refugee, had largely fabricated his accounts of a childhood spent in Jerusalem.