Reporting on a Palestinian terror attack on a Tel Aviv market, the New Zealand Herald performs a startling inversion of morality; casting hero as villain and terrorist as victim.
While Israel is held to impossibly high standards for avoiding civilian casualties, the US admits that killing civilians is sometimes necessary in order to get high-value targets.
Much mainstream reporting on a statement from the University of California erases the link between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
Radio New Zealand interviewed Palestinian propagandist Hanan Ashrawi without addressing any of her anti-Israel libels or asking any hard questions.
The conflict is viewed through a distorted lens where Palestinian violence is the natural, if not morally justified, response to ‘occupation.’
In the face of the loud noise generated by BDS, the truth about Israel is not enough; we have to make Israel a “normal” country to uninterested people.
Just how far will The Guardian go in order to promote its anti-Israel agenda by making changes to the Associated Press’s original content?
A week into the ongoing Palestinian wave of terror, it has become nearly impossible to learn from major news sources outside Israel, what is going on there.
Shayna Abramson was at the scene in Jerusalem of Guardian journalist Kate Shuttleworth’s error-strewn story and reveals how the reality was twisted.
Blankfeld Award winner Elijah Granet argues that despite the concerns of students and Jewish organizations, BDS has not managed to win on American campuses.