Max Blumenthal launches his book tour this week for Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel. Adam Hochschild calls the book "Brash, gritty... a report from an Israel and a Palestine we seldom see in the mainstream media."
During my childhood in the New York suburbs, support for Israel was as fundamental a family tradition as voting Democratic or lighting the Shabbos candles on Friday night. What I didn't hear much about was the lives of Palestinians.
A problematic speaking deal between the Jersusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner of The New York Times and PR firm Lone Star Communications. (After this article was published, Bronner cut his ties to the PR company.)
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