Philip Weiss Bio, Age, Spouse, Occupation, Books, Criticism

Philip Weiss Biography

The key co-editor of a website known as Mondoweiss.  Philip Weiss is an American journalist and writer. He has been working with Adam Horowitz at Mondoweiss.  To the truth, Philip describes himself as an anti-Zionist and rejects the label “post-Zionist.

Mondoweiss is a news website devoted to covering American foreign policy in the Middle East, chiefly from a progressive Jewish perspective”.  However, Weiss has written novels with friends like Lizzy Ratner, and Adam Horowitz. For instance, he has written books like  The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict which was released in 2011.

As well as  American Taboo: A Murder In The Peace Corps launched in 2004, similarly the novel called ” Cock-a-Doodle-Doo” (1996). Beyond that, Weiss has also written for New York magazine,  The New York Observer, and also Harper’s Magazine. His writings are mostly published by Unz Review. 

Nevertheless, Weiss is significantly funded by Unz’s Unz Foundation  According to the Anti-Defamation League. Meanwhile, he started writing for a blog called Mondoweiss in 2006,  for The New York Observer website which began to focus only on “Jewish issues” like “the Iraq disaster and my Jewishness, Zionism, neo-conservatism, Israel, Palestine.” In the spring of 2007, he began Mo

Philip Weiss

Mondoweiss as an independent blog

Weiss Age

Born in 1955. He is 62 years old( as for 2019)

Philip Weiss Spouse

He is married to Cynthia King


Philip is known as the creator and co-editor of the Mondoweiss website.

Philip Weiss Books

  1. 2011: The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict, by Adam Horowitz, Lizzy Ratner, Philip Weiss, Naomi Klein, et al
  2. 2004: American Taboo: A Murder In The Peace Corps
  3. 1996: Cock-a-Doodle-Doo

Philip Weiss Criticism

Over above that, In 2015, David Bernstein, writing for The Washington Post, called the website a “hate site”, and listed quotes from Weiss that he asserted were anti-Semitic. In response, Philip claims that “the Israel lobby … reflected a contract the American establishment had made with Jews to drive the economy in the 1970s”, which Bernstein likened to a belief in an “Elders of Zion type group”

In the early addition, Weiss’s website has been accused of being xenophobic, cause Its hatred of Israel is as deep as it is vicious,  According to ” The Stanford Review”. Thusly, Michelle Goldberg writing in Tablet Magazine calls Mondoweiss “fulsomely, intensely anti-Israel.”

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