An air strike on a Sudanese weapons factory, allegedly carried out by Israel, has been described as a “dry run” for a potential future Israeli operation against Iranian nuclear facilities. The Daily Mail, however, seems to have got a bit mixed up: Israel, of course, has no intentions of striking anybody’s religion. How long before…
Vincent Browne demonizes Israel on live TV.
Gideon Levy skews the results of a poll to back his politicized agenda.
If any other newspaper in the world had come up with the following photograph to illustrate the story below, there would be understandable outrage: According to the story in Ha’aretz (republished from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, which did not include a photo), the aforementioned Tracey Nelson worked for the New York Jewish Federation, yet nowhere is…
On October 16, Lena Awwad and Shatha Hussein wrote in the Harvard Crimson: As countless students around the world took the SAT a week ago, Palestinians from the West Bank could not join their ranks. The October SAT exam was cancelled for students in the West Bank: The Israeli authorities held the exams sent by…
Sky News gives an unchallenged platform to a flotilla propagandist.
A balanced AP report is edited.
Back in October 2004, the BBC’s Barbara Plett shed tears for an ailing terrorist.
Why did the BBC give an unchallenged platform to an anti-Semite?
The PCC, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph all correct their errors.