On January 30, the New York Times published an opinion piece by Avi Shlaim titled Israel Needs to Learn Some Manners.
On January 28, the New York Times published an article by Thomas Friedman titled Why Kerry is Scary in which he writes, "Kerry expects and hopes that both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will declare that despite their reservations about one or another element in the U.S. framework, they will use it as the basis of further negotiations."
Mr.Friedman then goes on to detail what Prime Minister Netanyahu has to do but doesn't discuss anything about what Prime Minister Abbas has to do to reach a peace deal.
On January 29th, Avi Weiss published an opinion piece at the New York Times titled Rein in Israel’s Rabbinate.
On January 31, Hirsh Goodman opined in a NYT piece, "after decades of arguing that Israel is not an apartheid state and that it’s a calumny and a lie to say so, I sense that we may be well down the road to being seen as one. "
On January 31, an article titled Why Israel Fears the Boycott by Omar Barghouti was published in the New York Times.
To underscore the “existential” danger that B.D.S. poses, Israel and its lobby groups often invoke the smear of anti-Semitism, despite the unequivocal, consistent position of the movement against all forms of racism, including anti-Semitism.
...Arguing that boycotting Israel is intrinsically anti-Semitic is not only false, but it also presumes that Israel and “the Jews” are one and the same. This is as absurd and bigoted as claiming that a boycott of a self-defined Islamic state like Saudi Arabia, say, because of its horrific human rights record, would of necessity be Islamophobic.
Ann Bayesfsky recently wrote an article posted at FoxNews titled Holocaust Remembrance Day -- has UN learned anything from history?
Last fall the General Assembly’s criticisms of human rights abuse amounted to 19 resolutions against Israel, one each for five other states (including the United States), and zero for the other 187 U.N. members.
The only country in the world criticized annually by the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women for violating women’s rights is Israel – for violating Palestinian women’s’ rights.
Half of all the emergency sessions of the General Assembly have been on Israel – and not one on the catastrophes of Rwanda, Sudan, or Syria.
6 NYT articles in the past few days portraying Israel in a negative light - 19 resolutions against Israel - but Israel and "the Jews" are not one and the same?