Anna Parashkevova, RIP


One of the great perks of being associated with the Washington D.C.-based Phillips Foundation is meeting young, enterprising journalists setting out to make their mark in the world. Anna Parashkevova (Anna Moya by marriage), was very much in that category. Born in Bulgaria, she immigrated to the United States with her family, went on to [...]

The Wretched Cockburns and the New York Times Perpetrate Another Atrocity Against the Jews


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NY Times Runs Puff Piece on Anti-Israel Comic Book

If Patrick Cockburn and Joe Sacco have one thing in common, it is their outspoken antagonism toward Israel. And despite this, or perhaps because of this, the New York Times enlisted the former to review the latter’s new anti-Israel comic book, Footnotes in Gaza, which alleges massacres [...]

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