"Do journalists manipulate the news? Of course we do," says Fulford

Written by Frank Lambert
Thursday, 13 December 2007

TORONTO – "Journalists are desperate for attention…. It's our professional oxygen," said Columnist Robert Fulford of The National Post. "Do we manipulate the news? Of course we do."


Jews, Hindus face similar problems, say speakers

By PAUL LUNGEN, Staff Reporter
Thursday, 21 February 2008

TORONTO — It took until nearly the end of the program for someone to finally mention "the elephant in the room." But in a question-and-answer period, the two speakers, one a Jew, the other a Hindu, were asked to comment on the dangers both groups faced from radical Islam.


Cotler Criticizes UN

By Rick Kardonne
Jewish Tribune Correspondent
Friday, 09 May 2008


Durban II: Anne Bayefsky Keynote Speaker

By Shlomo Kapustin
Jewish Tribune Correspondent
Friday, 24 Sep 2008


Accommodation or Intimidation?

‘White guilt’ helps Islamists, moderate Muslims say

By PAUL LUNGEN, Staff Reporter, Canadian Jewish News
Thursday, 05 March 2009


Iran, not a 'black and white' issue, prof says.

By ANDY LEVY-AJZENKOPF, Staff Reporter, Canadian Jewish News
Thursday, 19 March 2009

TORONTO — The western world needs to recognize that there’s a deepening schism in Iran between its hardline, nuclear-power-obsessed, Islamist theocracy and a burgeoning, liberal, youthful civil society.

So says professor David Menashri, director of the Center for Iranian Studies at Tel Aviv University and one of the world’s leading authorities on Iran.