Tuesday Links

”Two Palestinian prisoners die within a week — one achieves media fame, while the other is consigned to oblivion. A glaring journalistic double standard. But not for the first time.”
Two Palestinian Deaths

”Gaza’s third international marathon has been canceled after the Hamas movement refused to allow women to participate, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) said on Tuesday.”
UN cancels Gaza marathon as Hamas bans women runners
UNRWA cancels 2013 Gaza Marathon

”A dispute between Hamas and Fatah over a Palestinian trucking company halted the flow of goods at the Kerem Shalom crossing – Gaza’s main commercial artery – leaving 70 trucks stranded on the Israeli side on Monday, according to Israeli and Palestinian sources.”
Hamas halted flow of goods into Gaza

“The Arabs have been preoccupied with rage and blind hatred since 1967. During this time, Israel has managed to build eight public universities and 200 museums that receive nearly four million tourists a year. It has also become a rival to the US in the programming and software industry.”
From Saudi, a tribute to the state of Israel

”How the boycott, divestment, sanctions movement distorts the reality in Israel.”
Separating fact from fiction on BDS

”As Malmö continues to struggle with anti-Semitism that has plagued the southern Swedish city for years, contributor Patrick Reilly learns how the city’s Jewish community is fighting back.”
Jews hit Malmö streets to counter anti-Semitism

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