The New York Times reports from the scene of an Israeli targeted assassination where Hamas has prevented media reports through intimidation.
Investigative journalist Richard Behar exposes New York Times Gaza correspondent Fares Akram used an image of Yasser Arafat as his Facebook profile photo.
The Observer makes it a story as the IDF retracts a statement claiming a fatal mortar attack was launched from a UNRWA school.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Four year old Daniel Tragerman was killed on Friday afternoon when a mortar fired from Hamas struck a car in Nahal Oz, near the Gaza border, sending shrapnel flying into the Tragerman family home. His mother, Gila, said they had only three seconds to get their son to shelter. The family were packed…
Today’s Top Stories 1. Three of Hamas’s top Gaza commanders were killed in an Israeli air strike. Among them Raed Al-Attar, who played a prominent role in the abduction and five-year captivity of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit and was also responsible for the abduction and murder of Lt. Hadar Goldin during Operation Protective Edge. Mohammed Abu Shamaleh was…
Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas breaks the ceasefire with a barrage of rockets prompting the IDF to resume sorties over Gaza. According to the IDF, 50 rockets were fired at Israel from 4pm Tuesday afternoon through midnight and six rockets were intercepted by Iron Dome. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem were among the areas under rocket attack.…
As Hamas breaks a ceasefire with a volley of rockets into Israel, some media portray Israel as the aggressor through biased headlines or missing context.
Ilan Pappe portrays Israel as a Nazi-like society based on a small number of infertile women requesting combat soldiers as sperm donors.
In an interview, a Hamas spokesperson admits on air to Hamas intimidation of journalists in Gaza and deporting those who reported on rocket launch sites.
An entire family reported to have been killed in Gaza not only turns out to be alive, but one member targeted later is revealed to be a Hamas terrorist.