Guardian amends Antony Loewenstein’s false claim that Israeli group tried to sue Stephen Hawking.

UK Media Watch

In July we called out‘Comment is Free’ contributor Antony Loewenstein (a self-described Anti-Zionist Jew) for promoting the lie – at this personal blog – that there are ‘Jews-only roads’ in Israel, and his latest column at ‘CiF’ again demonstrates his casual relationship with the truth.  Whilst you can read our substantive critique of his commentary here, we recently noticed that the Guardian was forced to revise the following passage in his post:

The law firm [Shurat HaDin] tried to sue Twitter for daring to host Hizbollah tweets, former US President Jimmy Carter for criticising Israel and Stephen Hawkingfor damning the Israeli occupation.

However, the following now appears at the bottom of the column (‘To support the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement is not antisemitic‘, Nov. 7):

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Here’s the revised passage:

The law firm [Shurat HaDin] tried to sue Twitter for daring to host Hizbollah tweets…

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One thought on “Guardian amends Antony Loewenstein’s false claim that Israeli group tried to sue Stephen Hawking.”

  1. The Guardian should be renamed as ”The White Feather”…. it is aimed at the limp, liberal, frightened, sub-mental underclass of England that has just graduated from children’s comics . If you see the Guardian quoted in any story just turn the page and ignore it. However, it is good for wrapping fish ‘n’ chips, though tramps using it as covering on park benches in the winter will doubtless freeze to death.

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