Why Tacoma Tribune needs a lot of love
The Tribune, a Jewish news organization in the United States, has been a target of anti-Semitic hate speech for decades.
But it’s a unique institution that, unlike other news outlets, does not rely on funding from a few billionaires.
It was founded in 1947 by the Jewish community, and is run by a staff of 12 people who are all Jews, most of whom are Jewish.
Their mission is to provide the American Jewish community with the most accurate, up-to-date, and balanced news about Israel.
The Tribunes coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been consistently strong, but the coverage of Israeli-Arab tensions has been more polarized.
In the wake of the Arab Spring, which swept away authoritarian regimes, the Tribunes staff was forced to take on an increased focus on Israeli-Jewish relations.
The Jewish community was in the middle of a massive effort to rebuild its media network, and it was imperative to be able to report accurately on Israel.
In addition, the Jewish-owned newspaper was also required to produce a wide variety of Jewish-themed content, which in turn attracted a growing number of Arab and Muslim readers.
The resulting controversy is something that many people are now asking why the Tribune’s news organization has been so controversial.
In a new op-ed for The Jerusalem Report, Rabbi Stephen Cohen, the co-author of a recent book on the history of anti, anti-Zionist rhetoric, wrote that the publication has been the subject of numerous threats against its staff.
The piece was published in response to a petition launched on Change.org that called for the Tribunas staff to be fired.
“The Israeli-American media, which has traditionally covered Israel and Arab affairs, has become increasingly hostile to the Jewish state, which it deems a threat to Jewish and Arab interests,” Cohen wrote.
“If the Tribuns staff members were to lose their jobs, the consequences would be profound.
The staff of the Tribunia Tribune has long been a part of the American community.
Their coverage has not been anti-Israel but pro-Israel, and we must defend their jobs and their right to report the news as we see fit.”
In the petition, Jewish journalist and filmmaker Arik Pinchas noted that “there are several Jewish journalists who are also members of the Israel-Palestine conflict journalism team.”
The Tribuna Tribune was not alone in facing threats.
A Jewish news site called The Times of Israel, which is owned by the same family that owns the TribUNE, faced similar criticism for its coverage of Israel.
However, the complaints came from the same group of Jewish journalists that the Tribundas staff is accused of facing threats from.
The petition on Change and the other Jewish news sites has now gathered over 100,000 signatures.
“As Jewish journalists, we have been threatened, harassed, and called names in the past,” said Pinchaskas.
“We’ve been called a threat and an anti-Semite.
The only people who have done worse are the anti-semites.”
The threats of death and deportation against the staff come as a result of their reporting, and have been documented in The Times and The Jerusalem Times.
“When people write to us, they say, ‘I’m not Jewish, but I want to see you punished,'” Pinchass said.
“And then we get death threats.”
The petition has been signed by over 120,000 people.
Pinchachas explained that the threats are “so disproportionate, it’s unbelievable.”
“It’s the fear of being labeled a threat that makes me really angry,” he said.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Pinchasin said that the backlash against the Tribuna Tribune is understandable.
“It shows the real state of the Jewish people in America,” he explained.
“I think that the majority of people are not willing to accept the existence of Israel as a Jewish state.
The majority of Americans, particularly those who are not conservative, are not afraid of an Israel that’s Jewish.”
The Jewish writer explained that his colleagues at the Tribunda Tribune are not immune to the threat of death.
“Some people are more sensitive than others,” Pinchaspas said.
The pressure from the Jewish media community is also causing some to question the Jewishness of the staff.
“People are afraid to go to work with us, because they don’t want to be perceived as Jewish, even if they are,” said Shira Friedman, a columnist at The New York Times.
The New Times’ editor-in-chief, Dean Baquet, has defended his newspaper’s coverage of issues relating to Israel.
He noted that the coverage in the Tribuni’s opinion section is neutral.
“Our editorial approach is always to be clear and unbiased,” Baquet said.
However the controversy surrounding the Tribuda Tribune may not be over, and Pinchasyas says that “the threat of violence against the paper’s staff has already prompted us to make changes