Just Journalism has published a valuable analysis of the London Review of Book's take on Israel between 2000-2010: it is stridently against. Guided by a Jewish editor, one of LRB's main tracks is to "balance" Arab writers who detest Israel with Jewish writers who detest it even more, while effectively never allowing mainstream Israelis the opportunity to respond. It's star Jewish writers are Uri Avnery, Ilan Pappe, and Ytizchak Laor (who manages to make even Gideon Levy look moderate).
Someday, long after we're no longer here to see it, in the 22nd or 23rd century, some scholar will write a fine tome about the antisemitism of the early 21st century. The London Review of Books and the Guardian will be given great prominence.