I appreciate Alan Rusbridger's comments to Ha'aretz and the comments of other journalists who, disappointingly, remained anonymous. But how spineless if there are no reactions on the pages of the paper itself. Check: http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,,2056882,00.html Merely reportage of the vote, without any distancing comments as to its morality, validity, utility etc. The Guardian could at least have published an editorial condemning the vote. Especially as they are responsible for this, at least partially - ie UK media have miseducated people into having such false understandings of politics in Israel and the region. It's not surprising that people are so clueless as to think this is a justified and useful form of political action, given the shoddy reporting that's available to them.
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from the article: Guardian editor condemns U.K. journalists' call to boycott Israel