The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit releases its final correspondence concerning complaints made against Tim Willcox following his comments at a Paris rally.
Newsweek incorrectly states that the 1949 Green Line was created to “demarcate the Palestinian state.”
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?
In the face of criticism, Don Melvin, the CNN reporter who wrote a poorly-sourced story alleging that Israeli settlers chopped down 800 olive trees, doubled–down on Twitter. But absent any independent verification on Melvin’s part, his report is yet another example of what media wonks refer to as the “journalism of assertion.” That’s the idea…
Just what is going on at CNN? According to a report: The official Palestianian news agency is reporting that Israeli settlers have chopped down and seized about 800 Palestinian-owned olive trees near the town of Shuyukh, east of Hebron. The report, by WAFA, the Palestine News & Information Agency, cited “a local source,” whom…
In a mistranslation, the media wrongly credit the Pope with calling Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas an “angel of peace.”
Haaretz reporter Ari Shavit paid a visit to two dozen US campuses and came back with a dire warning: the Jewish future is slipping through our fingers, he writes, referring to those who support Israel and Zionism. What he found on his listening tour was a besieged Jewish community, squeezed between the extreme rhetoric of…
HonestReporting will be at the 5th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism that opens in Jerusalem, presenting on anti-Semitism in the media.
A child from Gaza is saved by Israeli medics, but an award-winning journalist takes his picture and claims his injuries are the result of Israeli atrocities
One of the last Gaza war victims? Nope — Palestinian child saved by Israel