The BBC’s Jon Donnison falsely tweets that Israeli soldiers did nothing to help Palestinian official Ziad Abu Ein after he falls ill at a demonstration.
An op-ed in the New York Times from a British diplomat treats Palestinian terror and Israeli countermeasures as morally equivalent.
The death of Palestinian official Ziad Abu Ein at a supposedly peaceful protest creates a media storm. But just how did he die?
Former Associated Press staffer Matti Friedman reveals even more about the misreporting from Israel and the Palestinian territories.
The Times of London erroneously states that Palestinian construction workers are banned from Ashkelon schools.
A Times of London cartoon makes fun of a UK politician’s anti-terror legislation and implies that Israel is a police state.
The Scotsman erroneously states that Israeli visits to the Temple Mount break existing agreed arrangements.
An anchorwoman on the CBS This Morning program refers to the site of the Jerusalem synagogue terror attack as a “contested religious site.”
CNN accidentally mistakes the Jerusalem synagogue in a terror attack for a mosque.
As two Palestinian terrorists murder Jewish worshipers in a Jerusalem synagogue, what were the media’s first reactions?