The International New York TImes enjoyed a pick on Israel weekend with offerings such as Roger Cohen advising, "Close American tax loopholes that benefit settlers. Label West-Bank products so that consumers can make informed decisions. Pressure businesses, as Human Rights Watch puts it, to 'comply with their own human rights responsibilities by ceasing settlement-related activities.'” http://www.deccanherald.com/content/525944/israels-image-issue-frustrated-us.html
The article also mention, "Palestinian leaders also have a responsibility to curb that hate — to cease incitement, hold elections, overcome divisions and abandon their sterile retreat into victimhood," but there is no mention of putting pressure on anyone to achieve those goals.
A January 29th on-line article titled Israel, Mired in Ideological Battles, Fights on Cultural Fronts
uses the accolade "beloved" leftists whereas a conservative is labeled "divisive."
For me, it was ironic that on the day we read about the giving of the Torah and how the Jews encamped in unity as "one man with one heart," the print edition of the International New York Times published the headline of the above article, as "Cultural Wars Heat Up as Israel Grows More Divided."