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.
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 discusses a recent NPR interview, in which Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was asked if he held joint US-Israel citizenship. Sanders didn’t take the bait, recognizing that the…
Listen to Yarden Frankl on the Voice of Israel by clicking on the image above or on this link to play. Is Israel forcing Bedouins off their land, or is there more to the story? The CEO of Orange telecom says he was unaware of the movement to boycott Israel. A Rand study concludes peace would…
The Washington Post’s Lally Weymouth interviews an Israeli and a Palestinian official, but makes clear whose view she thinks is more reasonable.
Journalist expresses surprise that “modern and hip” minister has a differing opinion on the peace process.
HR’s Yarden Frankl on Voice of Israel. Today: Newsweek’s Green Line reversal, how you can help our BBC complaint, and what’s going on underground in Lebanon.
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?