As Palestinians protest on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, the Daily Mail omits the Jewish historical connection to Eretz Yisrael.
Academics Steven Levitsky and Glen Weyl claim to be Zionists and Israel supporters yet promote maximalist BDS on the pages of the Washington Post.
The Independent erroneously states that the al-Aqsa mosque is “known as Temple Mount to Jews.”
Interviewed about his new book, The War of a Million Cuts, Manfred Gerstenfeld addresses demonization of Israel and argues for a counter-propaganda agency.
In response to recent criticism, NPR produces a positive story on Israeli terror victims. It still, however, needed a correction secured by HonestReporting.
Our North American Executive Director Gary Kenzer will be speaking at Limmud events in Boston (Sunday, December 6) and Arizona (Sunday, January 31, 2016).
The Daily Mail’s headline describes the shooting dead of a Palestinian terrorist as “retaliation” for stabbing a female soldier.
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.