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Study finds university diversity officials tend to criticize Israel and praise China

Colorado Springs Gazette 09 Dec 2021
A new study found diversity, equity, and inclusion officials at U.S. universities are keen to criticize Israel on social media and, by comparison, heap praise on China and its communist government ....
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Project Censored 2021

Fort Worth Weekly 09 Dec 2021
“Sadly, the corporate media have failed to provide the public with such information for far too long, and the consequences could turn out to be deadly for millions of seniors.” ... “Heightened violence in Israel/Palestine in May 2021 has focused attention on powerful pro-Israel media biases in U.S.
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Turkey calls for Israeli ‘sensitivity’ towards Palestinians

Al Jazeera 08 Dec 2021
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he is open to improved relations with Israel, but the country must first display “more sensitive” policies towards Palestinians. Erdogan told a group of journalists in Qatar that better ties with Israel would be “beneficial” for peace in the wider region ... Israel considers Hamas a “terrorist” organisation.
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Turkey calls for Israeli 'sensitivity' toward Palestinians

San Francisco Chronicle 08 Dec 2021
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he is open to improved relations with Israel, but the country must first display “more sensitive” policies toward Palestinians. Erdogan told a group of journalists in Qatar late Tuesday that better ties with Israel would be “beneficial” for peace in the wider region.
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A Christmas Tale: The Downing Street Party, Laughter And Bigger State Crimes

Medialens 08 Dec 2021
The ‘mainstream’ media has almost entirely ignored major reports by two human rights groups – B’Tselem and Human Rights Watch – classing Israel as an apartheid state ... But full, accurate and critical coverage of anything to do with Israel is essentially out of bounds for ‘mainstream’ news media.
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Turkey calls for Israeli ‘sensitivity’ toward Palestinians

The Associated Press 08 Dec 2021
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he is open to improved relations with Israel, but the country must first display “more sensitive” policies toward Palestinians. Erdogan told a group of journalists in Qatar late Tuesday that better ties with Israel would be “beneficial” for peace in the wider region.
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West Bank disputes damage Israeli society

Cleveland Jewish News 08 Dec 2021
I’ve made no secret in my Columbus Jewish News columns of my concern about Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. The occupation is the result of Jordan being repulsed from the territory in 1967 after attacking Israel in the Six-Day War ... DCity bills itself as “Israel’s design capital,” even though it’s not inside Israel.
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File - Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses his ruling party lawmakers at the parliament, in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020.
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Erdogan Calls for Israeli ‘Sensitivity’ Toward Palestinians

Hamodia 08 Dec 2021
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he is open to improved relations with Israel, but the country must first display “more sensitive” policies toward Palestinians. Erdogan told a group of journalists in Qatar late Tuesday that better ties with Israel would be “beneficial” for peace in the wider region.
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‘Israeli Apartheid’: University of Toronto’s Kosher Food Row Exposes Acceptance of BDS on Campus

The Algemeiner 08 Dec 2021
“It is only Jews who are subjected to the anti-Israel litmus test — in this case just in order to eat.” ... The author is a writer-researcher for HonestReporting, a Jerusalem-based media watchdog with a focus on antisemitism and anti-Israel bias, where a version of this article first appeared.
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My Take On The News

Yated Ne'eman 08 Dec 2021
It certainly bears noting that Israel estimates that there are between 30,000 and 40,000 Palestinians in the country without permits every day, most of whom are illegal workers ... Tension Mounts Between Israel and America ... Some have gone so far as to say that America has actually turned its back on Israel ... Hypocrisy in the Media.
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Report: Tensions on the Rise in Prime Minister’s Office

Hamodia 08 Dec 2021
According to sources in Bennett’s office and that of Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, Middle East analyst turned Bennett advisor Shimrit Meir has been working to diminish the influence of other individuals and is responsible for recent leaks to the media ... Israel Hayom recently ...
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Taking stock of the first intifada, 32 years on

The New Arab 08 Dec 2021
... of Israel's officials ... The footage of the stone-throwing children fearlessly confronting Israel's heavily-armed soldiers de-stereotyped the Palestinians as "terrorists" within Western media, forcing a reframed perspective on the Palestinian struggle that is more realistic.
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Private guard kills teen at checkpoint

The Electronic Intifada 08 Dec 2021
Human rights groups have long dismissed Israel’s self-investigation mechanisms concerning abuses against Palestinians as a “fig leaf” for the occupation ... But the two officers involved in his death have already returned to “operational duty,” according to Israeli media, and have been hailed as heroes by Israel’s top leaders.
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BBC Falsely Insinuates That Child Victims of Antisemitic Attack Spread ‘Anti-Muslim Slur’

The Algemeiner 08 Dec 2021
This is just the latest in a string of incidents calling the BBC’s impartiality regarding Israel and the Jews into question ... The author is a writer-researcher for HonestReporting, a Jerusalem-based media watchdog with a focus on antisemitism and anti-Israel bias, where a version of this article first appeared.
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Birthright Israel founder surrenders $70m in stolen relics

The New Arab 08 Dec 2021
Billionaire Michael Steinhardt has surrendered 180 stolen relics worth $70 million (£53m) and has been barred for life from buying more antiquities, according to media reports. The hedge fund pioneer and founder of Birthright Israel - a tourism organisation that has sent over ...
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