A BBC reporter cited his Jewish credentials when presenting a slanted documentary on the Jerusalem light rail, claiming it is a racist train that divides the city.
We will be filing a complaint with the BBC about these inaccurate remarks. You can join the complain by clicking here. The more people who sign on, the more weight our complaint will carry.
On this week’s show, HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl reports on a Washington Post article about presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s call for the United States to build a southern border fence to deter Mexican migrants. The piece mentioned border fences across the world, calling Israel’s security barrier an anti-Palestinian, repressive “apartheid wall.” The New York Times ascribes political motivations to the Israeli Prime Minister’s opposition to the Iran deal. Also — did anti-Israel media coverage of the Gaza conflict feed into the massacre in Tennessee?
The BBC says Iran no longer poses a threat to Israel. Millions of Iranians chanted “death to Israel” a few days ago. Who should we believe?
The graphic accompanying the July 19 article (“Building Trump’s border wall not exactly “easy” experts say” claims that Israel’s separation barrier is made of prefabricated concrete sections interspersed with watch towers. In fact, only 64% of the barrier has been constructed to date and of the completed portion, 90% is made up of chain-link fencing. The drawing implies that the entire route resembles a prison wall and is misleading and inaccurate.
On Voice of Israel, Yarden Frankl takes on the BBC’s assertion that Iran no longer threatens Israel and asks why the New York Times is acting like a cheerleader for the Iran deal.
The claim that this is the “last chance” for people to Jerusalem’s Old City is nonsense. Please sign our letter to CNN demanding accurate reporting.
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?