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Media must sort the wheat from the chaff when reporting Jewish advocacy groups

MICHAEL VISONTAY: The haphazardness of who is approached, and the weight they are given, reflects a lack of judgment and care.

Data leak uncovers global abuse of Israeli cyber-surveillance weapon

Investigation finds spyware sold to authoritarian regimes by Israeli company NSO was used against anti-govt figures; Hungary’s Orban named, Saudis accused over Khashoggi

The Guardian ad that saved my Jewish father from the Nazis

JULIAN BORGER: In 1938, there was a surge of classified ads in this newspaper as parents – including my grandparents – scrambled to get their children out of the Reich

A country where the news comes second to how the story is told

Oliver Holmes describes his quest for positive news in one of journalism’s most notoriously difficult beats

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