Reuters employees don’t always follow their company’s own rules: including their Jerusalem Bureau Chief. Is it any wonder we see so much bias?
Newsweek’s Jack Moore makes false claim that Israelis ram Palestinians with cars too.
The Independent accuses Israel of killing Palestinian children, but overlooks those children’s terror attacks and Israel’s restraint.
NPR’s failed attempt to explain settlements is offensive to Jewish victims of ethnic cleansing and an embarrassment to journalism.
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Today’s Top Stories 1. Prime Minister Netanyahu appeared on CBS’s 60 Minutes. The in-depth interview focused on Netanyahu’s optimism for the future, expectations for US/Israel relations in the age of President Trump, and the possibility of unwinding the JCPOA, commonly known as the “Iran Nuclear Deal.” 2. World leaders have been condemning the terror attack in…
The LA Times is entitled to its opinions in defense of anti-Semitism, harassment, threats and intimidation, but the United States Supreme Court, the U.S. Constitution, and almost the entirety of Western civilization, disagree.
The UN’s World Health Organization just gave Israel it’s highest honor. So why did they also single out Israel for condemnation, while ignoring the whole rest of the world?
Trump, Israel and the Media’s Epic Fail
The Globe & Mail’s Patrick Martin has invented and falsified a wide variety of “facts” about the Israeli Prime Minister’s private thoughts, emotions and public positions on the election of Donald Trump, with no source or basis whatsoever.