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New York War Crimes

New Writing

On the Record

Writers dissect The Times
March 14, 2024

There are many ways to build a case against The Times. One can gather data. One can look to history. One can dissect language. One can debunk shoddy reporting. And then, of course, one can turn to writers who indict The Times in their own singular voices.

In this section of “New Writing,” we present the first entries in an ongoing series of such voices. We have spoken to scholars, journalists and activists. We have translated essays by Palestinian revolutionaries into English. And, we hear about why The New York Times owns a stolen Palestinian house.