CAMERA/UK MEDIA WATCH
What does the Guardian think Palestinian leaders should do to advance peace?
by Adam Levick
January 30, 2020
…The Guardian’s silence in the op-ed [“The Guardian view on Trump’s ‘peace plan’: a con, not a deal“]on the question of what Palestinian leaders CAN do to advance peace is characteristic of their coverage of the conflict since as along as we’ve been monitoring them: reporting and commentary which myopically and obsessively focuses on every Israeli sin, real and (mostly) imagined, whilst ignoring Palestinian behavior. Such questions are rarely if ever asked, likely because, in order to pose such queries, you first must impute moral agency to Palestinians – a principle inherently at odds with their rigid ideological orientation, one which views them as merely victims. READ MORE
TIMES OF ISRAEL Backing Abbas, Arab League unanimously rejects Trump’s Middle East peace plan The Arab League on Saturday unanimously rejected US President Donald Trump’s controversial Middle East plan, calling it “unfair” to Palestinians. The pan-Arab bloc said in a statement that it “rejects the US-Israeli ‘deal of the century’ considering that it does not meet the minimum rights and aspirations of Palestinian people.” Arab leaders also vowed “not to… cooperate with the US administration to implement this plan.”