The New York Times becomes a cheerleader for the Palestinian campaign to suspend Israel from FIFA, world soccer’s governing body.
Time Magazine fails to include any mention of a Palestinian rocket attack from Gaza that prompted retaliatory Israeli air strikes.
The Daily Telegraph portrays an IDF soldier imprisoned for breaking army regulations as a free speech martyr as a result of critical comments he made on TV.
The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit releases its final correspondence concerning complaints made against Tim Willcox following his comments at a Paris rally.
Newsweek incorrectly states that the 1949 Green Line was created to “demarcate the Palestinian state.”
Just what is going on at CNN? According to a report: The official Palestianian news agency is reporting that Israeli settlers have chopped down and seized about 800 Palestinian-owned olive trees near the town of Shuyukh, east of Hebron. The report, by WAFA, the Palestine News & Information Agency, cited “a local source,” whom…
HonestReporting will be at the 5th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism that opens in Jerusalem, presenting on anti-Semitism in the media.
The Times of London’s sensationalized and misleading headline convicts Israel of an alleged “crime” that has yet to even occur.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel finally has a new government but the new coalition was only agreed with under two hours remaining before the deadline. By making concessions to Naftali Bennett’s Jewish Home party, PM Netanyahu reached 61 out of the 120 seat Knesset, giving the coalition government a razor-thin majority of just one. The…
The Breaking the Silence organization publishes anonymous testimonies of IDF soldiers who claim Israel caused excessive harm to Gazans. The media lap it up.