On January 26, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made the bold assertion that terrorism against Israelis is “human nature.” According to Ban, “Stabbings, vehicle attacks, and shootings by Palestinians targeting Israeli civilians have continued to claim lives . . . Yet, as oppressed peoples have demonstrated throughout the ages, it is human nature to react to…
The most important component of a news story may very well be the headline. In fact, most people only skim headlines to get their news. That is why it is critical that headlines be accurate, from the moment the story is first published. When it comes to Palestinian terror against Israelis, this is often not…
Please sign our letter to CBS News President David Rhodes demanding accountability for the publishing of CBS’ original headline. *** UPDATE: CBS News changed the headline. It now reads: Palestinians attack 2 Israeli officers before being killed * * * Three Palestinians armed with knives, guns, and pipe bombs went out to Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate…
The real story of how one woman, using HonestReporting’s resources, was able to take on NPR and win. Olivia, wherever you are, good work! You can read the original story with the note from NPR’s ombudsman.
The conflict is viewed through a distorted lens where Palestinian violence is the natural, if not morally justified, response to ‘occupation.’
NPR’s public ombudsman explains how an error-strewn map that replaced Israel with “Palestine” came to be published, crediting HonestReporting for its removal.
In other words, Hadid sat down with the people being evicted and wrote up their stories without making the effort to check them against other evidence.
Writing in The Algemeiner, HonestReporting’s Simon Plosker says that publisher Amos Schocken’s opinion piece sadly acknowledges that Haaretz is an accomplice to the demonization of Israel.
As of this writing, it has been several hours since Shlomit Krigman, a 24 year old Israeli woman, was murdered by Palestinian terrorists. The headlines in the Guardian and New York Times remain unchanged.
The Times of London incorrectly refers to the Western Wall as Judaism’s holiest site.