Dinosaurs are extinct. Jerusalem — no even close. Just don’t tell CNN!
The New York Times headlines the story about a Palestinian terrorist killed by Israeli soldiers he attacked in such a way as to indicate he was killed for no reason, and runs an accompanying photo of his weeping family
Why did the New York Times choose to run a picture of a weeping family rather than the terrorist who was killed?
When the NY Times implied that the UNHRC treated all countries equally, we showed how they were factually incorrect. Please take a moment to sign our letter to the Times’ Public Editor
A CNN video report about the recent attempt to circumvent the Gaza naval blockade contains a shocking inaccuracy.
Listen to Yarden Frankl on the Voice of Israel by clicking on the image above or on this link to play. VOI’s Josh Hasten is joined by HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl. They discuss this week’s media coverage of Israel: The “flotilla” story sinks; a headline again neglects to mention that a Palestinian was killed after opening fire…
The New York Times makes an editorial comment stuck in the middle of an article that undermines the Israeli Prime Minister’s claim that the United Nations Human Rights Council is “obsessed” with Israel. But the facts are on the Prime Minister’s side and the comment is harmful and misleading.
The New York Times dismissed the Prime Minister’s claim that the United Nations Human Rights Council is obsessed with Israel. But the facts show otherwise.
What’s Next: Israeli Settler Blunts Palestinian Teen’s Knife?
It’s tough to decide which is more misleading: The AFP headline or the picture under it.