"The Guardian is offering a bizarre new defense for its decision to hire Joshua Treviño, an extremist Islamophobic ideologue who openly, repeatedly and gleefully incited murder and celebrated the deaths of unarmed civilian Palestine solidarity activists. Because Treviño’s brand of extremism, hatred and incitement is “ascendant,” an editor claimed, the Guardian is somehow obligated to give it a platform." Electronic Ali ads in a message: "It is more than a week, and the Guardian refuses to issue a correction to Joshua Trevino's lies -- which they published -- that he never "applauded, encouraged, or welcomed the death of fellow human beings." Why are the Guardian silent? Why won't they address his readers. Of course if Trevino or anyone else, had his history of hate speech against Jews, or practically anyone else except Arabs and Muslims, they could not dream of a job at the Guardian."