The Sunday Times misleadingly states that the State of Israel is planning the death penalty for Palestinian “militants.”
New Zealand’s Broadcasting Standards Authority rules that Jerusalem’s Old City is not located in Israel.
AFP’s one-sided story covers a UNICEF report that portrays Israel and its security forces as Palestinian child killers.
In Part 2 of this 3 part series, Miri tells the story of her uncle, who was killed by a Hamas mortar shell, in front of his family, while trying to fix the kibbutz’s electrical poll.
Whether or not she crossed the line of anti-Semitism herself, Rachel Smalley’s sleight-of-hand attempt to cloak her misleading accusations in the mantle of “legitimate criticism” is disingenuous.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Eighty-three out of one hundred US Senators have signed a letter to President Obama urging an increase in military aid to Israel. The current package is $3 billion of credits that are used primarily to purchase military items from American defense contractors. An increase would be used to maintain Israel’s qualitative…
Tell CNN that its headline — labeling a major terrorist attack in Jerusalem as a “bus fire” — was unacceptable.
A Sydney Morning Herald op-ed charges Australia with being guilty of double standards on human rights because the country fails to consistently condemn Israeli settlements.
HonestReporting launches a new initiative to fight anti-Israel bias in Australian and New Zealand media.
Another Palestinian terror attack, another headline fail, this time from Australia’s ABC News.