When Archbishop Desmond Tutu's in the news, his Nobel Peace Prize is mentioned. His anti-Zionism and antisemitism usually are not. Such omissions paint a misleading portrait.
The Washington Post's Gaza Strip withdrawal 10-year retrospective was fact-filled. But facts without relevant context still can mislead.
Jewish extremism is news. Anti-Jewish Palestinian extremism is even bigger news. But not in The Washington Post.
Bad Day at Black Rock? You should have read the July 25 Washington Post. Four articles about Israel—no hits, no runs, no one left on base.
The “best drama” in 2015's Washington, D.C. Capital Fringe Festival's theater productions was It's What We Do, billed as “A Play about the Occupation.” Except the play's not a drama, it's anti-Israel agit-prop.
Jason Rezaian makes an odd target for Iranian leaders. Washington Post editors have appealed to U. N. officials to help free the paper's imprisoned Iran correspondent.
Reading Washington Post Israel coverage recently has been like panning for gold in a played-out stream—more and more gravel must be washed away before any nuggets turn up.