(Haaretz) — “For me, personally, Arabs are something I can’t look at and can’t stand,” a 10th-grade girl from a high school in the central part of the country says in abominable Hebrew. “I am tremendously racist. I come from a racist home. If I get the chance in the army to shoot one of them, I won’t think twice. I’m ready to kill someone with my hands, and it’s an Arab. In my education I learned that … their education is to be terrorists, and there is no belief in them. I live in an area of Arabs, and every day I see these Ishmaelites, who pass by the [bus] station and whistle. I wish them death.” read more…
As we have frequently
pointed out, Israel is trying to conflate ISIS with Iran. As Netanyahu said
last month, Iran and ISIS are two branches of “militant Islamic terrorism.”
After Paris, he said, “The time has come for countries to condemn terrorism
against us to the same degree that they condemn terrorism everywhere else in
the world.” The leading Israel lobby group AIPAC has had more to say about Iran than ISIS since Paris; and
Hillary Clinton has echoed the theme
by saying that “we cannot view ISIS and Iran as separate challenges.” – read more….
Anthropological Conference in USA votes to Support BDS
By an overwhelming
vote of 1,040 in favor and 136 against (88 percent), the American
Anthropological Association (AAA) overwhelmingly approved a historic resolution to
boycott Israeli academic institutions to honor the call of the Boycott,
Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS). The association voted at its annual
business conference in Denver, Colorado last night, becoming the largest
scholarly institution in the United States to endorse the academic boycott of
Israel. – See more at: read more….
the early hours of 12th November, around two dozen Israeli gunmen, one
disguised as a pregnant Palestinian woman, others wearing fake beards, invaded
a hospital in Hebron and gunned down a 28-year-old man.
a rare burst of reporting on an Israeli atrocity, the BBC ran an article on its
website headlined: “Israelis shoot dead Palestinian in Hebron hospital raid”.
was a straightforward headline which summed up the story. But later in the day,
a changed headline appeared above the article.
is standard practice for the BBC, the amendment was not noted at the bottom of
the page, so newcomers to the article would not have known the headline had
was spotted, however, by the media-watch organisation, Media Lens, which posted a screengrab of
the two headlines, before and after, on its Facebook page, along with the
questions: “What happened? Pro-Israeli flak? Bending to pro-Israeli pressure?”