U.S. News Media Can’t Talk About Adelson Foreign Policy

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by Eli Clifton Over the past month, two mainstream news outlets have done in-depth reporting on the grip that Sheldon Adelson, President Donald Trump’s and the GOP’s biggest donor, holds over U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. LobeLog has… Continue Reading  

How do Israeli Journalists Report on a Place They Can’t Reach?

Photojournalists covering Israel-Gaza conflict (Wikimedia Commons)

by Oren Ziv The main obstacle that faces anyone who wants to report on what is happening at Gaza protests from the Israeli side of the border is that one can hear the gunfire, see the smoke, report on the army’s… Continue Reading  

“Fake News” a Growing New Threat to Press Freedom

Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly

by Thalif Deen When a Malaysian politician of a bygone era was asked about the “leading newspapers” in his country, he shot back: “We don’t have any leading newspapers in our country because all our newspapers are misleading.” But that… Continue Reading  

US Isn’t Leaving Syria—But Media Lost It When Possibility Was Raised

U.S. soldier exits a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter (U.S. Marine photo/Sgt. Brian Kester).

by Gregory Shupak At a rally in Cleveland last week, President Donald Trump said that the US will get out of Syria “very soon.” It is now clear that the 4,000 US troops currently occupying Syria (Washington Post, 10/31/17) will in… Continue Reading  

A State-Sponsored Mass Shooting

Yasser Murtaja

by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man Israeli army sharpshooters and snipers have shot over 1,000 unarmed Palestinian protesters inside the Gaza Strip in the past week, killing more than 30 people. This past Friday, at least six Palestinian journalists were reportedly among those shot at… Continue Reading