Do most Israelis support an apartheid regime in the country and do they advocate discrimination against Arabs? An article by Gideon Levy in Ha'aretz highlighted with sensational but distorted headlines twists facts to promote the apartheid canard against Israel.
In a June 30 Ha'aretz Op-Ed, Gideon Levy's distorted discourse is once again on display. Revisiting his earlier untenable argument that Israel is determined to attack the flotilla, he resorts to falsehoods and misinformation.
Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy once again turns reality on its head, claiming that Israel is "determined to attack" the upcoming flotilla, painting its participants as "well-intentioned," and misconstruing international law.
Rafi Shotz, Israel's ambassador to Spain, slams Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy for an Op-Ed in which he called most of Israel's diplomats "spineless propagandists void of values or a conscience."
CAMERA frequently documents the outrageous and defamatory lies of anti-Israel journalist Gideon Levy. A fellow Israeli journalist, reaching the same conclusion, has now spoken out sharply against Levy.
Gideon Levy thinks the UN's Goldstone report was a favor to Israel. He also claims Israel is treated too leniently by the world and that criticism of the Goldstone report is just mudslinging.
The fringe Israeli columnist urges that Israel be investigated for war crimes in the Hague and a Croatian journalist echoes his claims, citing comparisons to the former Yugoslavia.
The Los Angeles Times' Ashraf Khalil dresses up fringe Israeli writer Gideon Levy as "one prominent Israeli" whose views are as newsworthy as Tzipi Livni's, Benjamin Netanyahu's, or Ehud Olmert's.
Days away from Yom Kippur, when it is traditional to recall and atone for one's sins – such as speaking slander, accusing falsely and being deceitful – Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy once again spreads falsehoods and deceit.
Gideon Levy's weekly column in Ha'aretz Magazine is aptly titled "Twilight Zone." At times, his reports have little or no connection to reality. This week's column ("Last refuge"), about Banana Land, "the first Palestinian water park," serves as a prime example.