The New York Times incorrectly describes the Western Wall rather than the Temple Mount, as Judaism’s holiest site.
The Independent corrects its headline after HonestReporting points out that a Beersheba bus station attack did not take place in Jerusalem.
NPR’s ombudsman responds to HonestReporting readers by acknowledging an error in a broadcast by Emily Harris.
You know there’s a problem when an anchor has to correct an eyewitness correspondent on live TV. Ayman Moyheldin’s and NBC News bias are brutally exposed.
CNN’s headline stated that Jewish holy site Joseph’s Tomb simply “caught fire” even though it was torched by a Palestinian mob.
The Palestinian wave of terror is misrepresented in biased media headlines as Israeli aggression towards Palestinians.
The Associated Press asks why Palestinian residents of Jerusalem are involved in terror but omits some important facts and context.
CNN’s shoddy coverage includes understating Israeli fears, failing to identify a terrorist as Palestinian while accusing Israel of “retaliatory attacks.”
Headlines about Palestinian terror attacks attribute them to everything other than the Palestinians themselves.
Failing to challenge Palestinian assertions, NPR’s Emily Harris interviews the family of a Palestinian whom a previous interviewee falsely claimed was dead.