It is Hamas's murderous ideology as expressed in its charter, and not any action by Israel, that led to Saturday’s massacre.
Beinart exposes complete disdain for and ignorance of not only history, but of the very legal concepts he seeks to rely on. He also displays his own inconsistent concern for respect of international law.
The NYT has done away with inconvenient editorial standards, substituting comic book tales for news stories that allow readers the opportunity to deliberate, weigh different perspectives and draw their own conclusions
Peter Beinart wants us to trust him when he says the Jews can do without the State of Israel. Should we?
There are no legal barriers to non-Jewish Israelis purchasing homes in West Bank settlements.
Fareed Zakaria hosted a “discussion” about the U.S. proclamation recognizing the Golan Heights as part of Israeli territory. It took place on Zakaria's grandiosely named "Global Public Square" program.
To paint Benjamin Netanyahu as manipulative and Ambassador Dan Shapiro as spineless, anti-Israel columnist Peter Beinart misleads readers, doctors the ambassador's words, and erases the murder of Dafna Meir.
Haaretz English edition corrects erroneous headlines which falsely alleged settlers "torched" a Palestinian grove in Hebron. Meanwhile, will Peter Beinart retract his tweet about a "Lag Ba'omer pogrom?"
A media debate over the West's response to Iran's nuclear program and threats against Israel has raised comparisons with the 1930s and the Munich Conference.