The Independent posts a video of Palestinian protests from 2011 while claiming it to be recent footage.
The Daily Mail erroneously refers to Tel Aviv as Israel’s capital.
The New York Times changes its headline following two terror attacks, suggesting that Palestinians were only “suspected” of murdering two Israelis.
The Independent misleadingly refers to Israel’s security barrier as a “430 mile-long brick wall.”
NBC News produces an inappropriate and sensationalist headline to cover a Jerusalem terror attack.
The Daily Telegraph fails to include context leading to the false impression that Israeli police “stormed” the al-Aqsa Mosque.
The BBC produces yet another faulty headline as Jerusalem suffers another car terror attack.
Sky News reports on Amnesty’s accusations of Israeli “war crimes” in Gaza, yet fails, unlike other media outlets, to include an Israeli response.
The Guardian diminishes the importance of the Temple Mount for Jews.
The Scotsman erroneously claims that Yehuda Glick was campaigning for Jews to be allowed to pray in the al-Aqsa mosque.