The Irish Times corrects a photo caption that falsely implied that Israel is occupying Gaza.
The Gaza war has given the BDS movement a shot in the arm, just as students return to campuses across the U.S. But will a new level of activism lead to crippling boycotts? Probably not, according to several recent articles on the subject. Most Israeli companies, writes Adam Reuter, chairman of the Reuter Meydan Investment…
Melanie Phillips addresses the effects of the Gaza conflict on Diaspora Jewry and calls for a new strategy to present Israel’s case.
The Independent’s paparazzi story on Angelina Jolie’s wedding to Brad Pitt implies that Jon Voight was not invited due to his pro-Israel views.
The BBC’s Orla Guerin makes the shocking claim that there is no evidence” that Hamas is using human shields. Yet there is overwhelming evidence that Hamas uses schools, hospitals, and residential areas as launching grounds for rockets aimed at Israel.
Time Magazine resurrects the blood libel that Israeli soldiers have been stealing Palestinian body parts.
There were five specific media fails during the 2014 Gaza war.
As Hamas breaks a ceasefire with a volley of rockets into Israel, some media portray Israel as the aggressor through biased headlines or missing context.
Ilan Pappe portrays Israel as a Nazi-like society based on a small number of infertile women requesting combat soldiers as sperm donors.
In an interview, a Hamas spokesperson admits on air to Hamas intimidation of journalists in Gaza and deporting those who reported on rocket launch sites.