Category Archives: 5MFI Blog
Apology for the headline but not the article BBC Response: We accept that our original headline did not appropriately reflect the nature of the events and subsequently changed it. Whilst there was no intention to mislead our audiences, we regret … Continue reading
Hunger-striking terrorist caught eating For some of us the Saltwater Challenge is a stupid and dangerous teenager craze from about one year ago, something like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014. For others it’s a series of videos about … Continue reading
To the good ship Israel & all who sail in her or with her Yom Atzmaut Sameach Happy Independence Day Today is a very interesting day distant but not unrelated to Israel’s independence.
Could the Palestinians actually sue the United Kingdom for the Balfour Declaration? With so much coverage of a Palestinian threat to sue the United Kingdom for the 1917 Balfour Declaration I was surprised to find no one had investigated if … Continue reading
To all our readers who celebrate it Chag Pessach Sameach Happy Pessach
All you need is a credit card I just joined Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP). All I needed was a credit card – not even a real one. They will probably catch on – eventually but I bet they will … Continue reading
Purim – What’s with that? The festival of Purim is sort of cross between Halloween and Mardi Gras (closer to the first on the spectrum) although the origins are completely different.
Deconstructing the Israeli Apartheid Week poster 2017 If you have recently visited a university, college or in not a few cases a church you have probably seen the latest Israeli Apartheid Week poster. You will find quite a change of public approach … Continue reading
Petition the Sydney Morning Herald – Tel Aviv is NOT Israel’s capital The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW, Australia), which presumably means the entire Fairfax Media group refused to acknowledge that Tel Aviv IS NOT the capital of Israel when this error … Continue reading
How the BBC prepares us for the Paris Peace Conference Yolande Knell displays her ‘half a story’ cred. Fisking Can Paris summit save fading two-state solution?