In an apologia published by the Los Angeles Times, fugitive Israeli Arab parliamentarian Azmi Bishara likens himself to Alfred Dreyfus, the falsely accused French Jewish army officer. But Bishara is not a modern day Dreyfus.
Ofxam campaigns for international aid to Hamas despite the group's escalating rhetoric, involvement in terror operations and preparations for broader military confrontation with Israel.
Johann Hari, an up-and-coming writer known for his praise of Hugo Chavez, has become a regular contributor to London's Independent. An ideological soulmate of Robert Fisk's, Hari merges anti-Zionist rhetoric with anti-Jewish themes.
The New York Times ran yet another full page, anti-Israel ad by the Council for the National Interest, founded by Paul Findley.
Richard Horton, editor of The Lancet, the prestigious British medical journal, exploits his position to blame Israel for Palestinian healthcare problems in a lengthy article in the New York Review of Books.
Despite numerous reports to the contrary, international aid to the Palestinians has increased since Hamas's electoral victory in January 2006.
Phyllis Bennis is a veteran activist associated with the leftist thinktank, the Institute for Policy Studies. The following article is typical of her negative portrayals of Israel. Bennis has participated in pro-Palestinian propaganda productions, like the film, Occupation 101( See CAMERA's review of the film ).
In a newspaper prone to extreme anti-Israel coverage, readers now find shoddy reporting on casualty numbers that, not surprisingly, tilt against Israel.
The perception that Israel's response to Hezbollah attacks was disproportionate, and that indiscriminate force was aimed at the Lebanese population, was largely a result of media reports on the casualty breakdown in Lebanon. But there is plenty of reason to doubt often repeated claims that almost all Lebanese casualties were civilians.
In the July 29-August 4, 2006 issue of the Lancet, a British medical journal, is an article by Sharmila Devi entitled "Gaza crisis continues to worsen as all eyes turn to Lebanon," which promotes a distorted view of the situation in Gaza and fails to provide essential context relating to the boycott of aid to the Hamas-dominated government.