The Independent’s editorial charges Israel with employing “disproportionate” force.
Radical anti-Israel Norwegian doctor Mads Gilbert reappears in the media for the latest Gaza conflict.
“Call it a crisis.” “Or a conflict. Or a campaign.” “But don’t call it a war. Not yet, anyway,” my editor said. “There’s a difference between a war and a conflict,” he said, though he didn’t elaborate. Operation Protective Edge at that point was only airstrikes, and we were on deadline. Deadline’s not a good…
Channel 4′s Jon Snow tweet sounds too much like an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory accusing Israel of playing a role in the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine.
The Guardian replaces a misleading tweet that falsely implied Israel was the cause of a Gaza ceasefire breakdown.
Following a request from HonestReporting, Fox News amends a misleading headline that placed doubt on who rejected a Gaza ceasefire.
Cherryl Smith opines that the media is portraying Israel as the neighborhood bully in its coverage of Operation Protective Edge.
HonestReporting CEO Joe Hyams is interviewed by The Times of Israel on social media during Operation Protective Edge.
As Israel’s Operation Protective Edge enters a second week, HonestReporting CEO Joe Hyams issues a statement on the coverage and bias in the media.
The following two photos attributed to Hatem Moussa of the Associated Press appeared in a Daily Telegraph photo montage: In the first caption, the fire at the Karni Crossing was attributed to shelling while the second photo caption was more specific, claiming that the cargo terminal was “shelled by Israeli tanks.” It would be unthinkable…