The New York Times doesn’t believe that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas incites to violence, saying Israel only “claims” he does; and what happened to all those olive trees that CNN says were chopped down and “seized” by Israeli settlers?
A child from Gaza is saved by Israeli medics, but an award-winning journalist takes his picture and claims his injuries are the result of Israeli atrocities
One of the last Gaza war victims? Nope — Palestinian child saved by Israel
Listen to Yarden Frankl on the Voice of Israel by clicking on the image above or on this link to play. HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl joins VOI’s Josh Hasten to discuss this week’s media coverage of Israel including the BBC’s response to complaints about Orla Guerin’s Gaza conflict dispatch and coverage of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter’s…
Sorry but “Might have been better worded” is just not good enough.
Which is worse: The snarky anti-Israel comments by the head of a human rights organization or the misleading headlines of the New York Times? HonestReporting on Voice of Israel
Roth sits in the HRW office in a NYC highrise on Fifth Avenue sending out his demeaning tweets. At the same time, Israelis are on the ground in Nepal, treating the wounded and searching for more bodies in the snow and the ice.
With just five words, “after attacking officers with knives,” the NYT could have let those who skim headlines know what actually happened.
Hold-off those campus resolutions condemning anti-Semitism. Bus stop terror and putting Jerusalem in its proper context. Yarden Frankl on VOI Radio.
When the media report on events in Jerusalem, key context is left out. Instead, one finds a short background sentence, saying that Israel “captured the city”