A documentary on the Discovery network’s Science Channel includes a map of the Middle East where Israel has been erased and replaced by an expanded Jordan.
Benjamin Netanyahu announces the building of security fences to keep out “beasts” that threaten Israel. The Guardian’s Peter Beaumont misrepresents who the “beasts” really are.
In The Independent, Robert Fisk writes “a few words of history” concerning Israel – a history that doesn’t fit with the facts.
NPR’s public ombudsman explains how an error-strewn map that replaced Israel with “Palestine” came to be published, crediting HonestReporting for its removal.
Writing in The Algemeiner, HonestReporting’s Simon Plosker says that publisher Amos Schocken’s opinion piece sadly acknowledges that Haaretz is an accomplice to the demonization of Israel.
The Times of London incorrectly refers to the Western Wall as Judaism’s holiest site.
NPR publishes an image where Israel has been replaced by “Palestine.” But is this an intentional snub or a politically incorrect map of the Muslim world?
When it comes to covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ignorance apparently is bliss. Misconceptions about what goes on here plague the international media.
The Times of London’s Greg Carlstrom ignores the Palestinian terrorist murder of Dafna Meir in favor of a story on Israeli price fixing of school trips to Poland.
Two Palestinian stabbing attacks on Israeli women are described as “exchanges of violence” in the New York Times’ headline.