Turning terrorists into victims, and victims into attackers, serves to encourage and embolden would-be terrorists everywhere.
I’m glad to see that the New York Times took a special, in-depth look at the victims of terror with a humanizing interactive feature. Gruesome terror attacks in far-flung places around the world are becoming increasingly common. Mass casualties counts are mere stats. The news cycle moves on before many of the dead are even…
Former South African diplomat Ismail Coovadia launches a vicious attack on Israel in the Pretoria News, including support for terrorism and BDS.
Newsweek’s Jack Moore Moore single’s out Israel on African refugee crisis.
The other day a man in Germany tried to murder people with an axe. It was almost exactly like many recent attacks in Israel. So why was it reported so differently?
According to the AFP, ideologically motivated car attacks are “terror” everywhere in the world…except Israel.
Do Israeli lives matter to Australia’s Daily Telegraph? Not if you judge the newspaper’s front page.
CNN published a furious rage against Israel by Amer Zahr, who the network describes as “a Palestinian-American comedian and adjunct professor at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.” But Zahr’s delusional tirade is far from funny.
Donal O’Kelly may try to give the impression that he cares about Palestinians, but by leaving out the facts he reveals that really he is just anti-Israel.
The Associated Press minimizes the number of Palestinian terror attacks and leaves out historical context.