“Unfortunately, we too have become a victim of COVID-19,” Canadian Jewish News president Elizabeth Wolfe wrote.
Media Matters found that press covered perceived anti-Semitic rhetoric by Ilhan Omar more than by Donald Trump.
Violence spurred by white nationalism is on the rise and international media is not hesitating to point it out.
Critics called out the media for using the phrase ‘alleged attack,’ and then for reporting the attack at all.
A Brooklyn Hasidic newspaper left faces of the female victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre out of a front page spread on the tragedy.
Harvey Levin runs the gossip industry giant TMZ. David Pecker has considered Trump a friend since they met on the New York social scene.
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Goldberg defended Williamson by saying he speaks for a marginalized community: conservatives who don’t like Trump.
Ross Levinsohn, in court filings and according to eye-witness accounts, objectified women and referred to gay men with a slur.
The Finns called it “a—hole countries,” the Taiwanese “countries where birds don’t lay eggs.” So what did the Israelis say?