I would just like to clarify an article published at WebProNews that is named Jewish Groups Concerned Over Google Results. It falsely states that "the search engine has now plans to manually change the listing." I think "now" was a typo and should say "no".
The Jewish Journal, which WebProNews links to, states "that Google has no plans to manually alter the results of their ranking system to knock Jew Watch from its top spot." Google responded saying "No, we donít do that. Google merely reflects what is on the Web and does its best to algorithmically rank pages. Unless [a Web page] violates a country or local law, we donít make any tweaks."
I have started a thread at SEO Chat on this topic.