a reasonably impartial news portal specialising in news on Israel and the middle east
Hardly an unbiased source for news on the middle east. This is advocacy journalism at its best.
An extreme right wing, hard nosed, never mind what the sane people think, against everything that looks arab, worse than Haaretz. Every military force of the surrounding countries is called a 'terrorist group'.
Terrible site, representing scaring ideology and rethoric.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem...
censoring selected items !!
such as an article like this:
"Israeli (boat passenger) arrested for entering Gaza"
Article content not available.
the country of Israel is super awesome, I was there when I was in the Navy. I love how hardcore they are, and wish that everyone in America had to serve in the military as they do. I think people would have alot more respect and love for eachother and their country. Israel Rules!
I make sure I check out this site daily.
I've always wanted to read the Jerusalem Post.
I like getting more news here as well as other media. As with other media websites you do have to read between the lines.
"the truth in the news about israel tottally unbiased." wtf? unbiased? what planet are you on?
also, how come the ads on this site are not filtered out by adblock, that is very annoying.
anyway, thamus's review is far more eloquent than mine, so read that.
I love how the reviews of the J'lem Post is just another shameless venue for people to rant their uninformed opinions about the Middle East. You need to read this paper along with all those other biased, corporate newspapers. Get over it.
Sickingly biased. There is no chance for peace when you have media outlets like this one.
Leaders of American Muslim and Arab groups urged the FBI on Wednesday to be sensitive when scrutinizing activities by the Hizbullah on US soil.
Twenty-five groups, including the Islamic Society of North America and the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, urged FBI Director Robert Mueller in a letter to instruct field offices and agents to avoid unwarranted profiling and to respect legal protections during questioning.
"We want the FBI, obviously, to protect our nation from those who do us harm, but we want them to focus on actual credible evidence of wrongdoing and not target people based on their ethnicity or religion or . . . political expression," said Farhana Khera, head of Muslim Advocates, the lead drafter of the letter.
"We want to avert any kind of raw fishing expedition-type initiative," he said.
I'm sorry, but members of a terror organization don't get special treatment.
Isn't that how these rats operate? We here must observe the "rules", but they think they can ignore them altogether.
Read all about it, while it lasts. Thamus, one man's documentation of "abuse" and "squalor" can be seen as persecution by others. Either way, worth a look.
The news according to the descendents of Abraham (version B)