Failing to challenge Palestinian assertions, NPR’s Emily Harris interviews the family of a Palestinian whom a previous interviewee falsely claimed was dead.
The numbers fail to show what’s really important – that Israel is facing a relentless wave of Palestinian terror.
Jerusalem and all of Israel face a wave of deadly terrorist attacks. Yet many in the media publish misleading headlines that highlight Israel’s reaction to terror, not the attacks.
Some of the latest examples of poor or biased reporting on the wave of Palestinian terror unleashed on Israel’s citizens.
The Wall Street Journal produces a one-sided story that refers to Palestinian terror attacks as “allegedly” occurring.
A week into the ongoing Palestinian wave of terror, it has become nearly impossible to learn from major news sources outside Israel, what is going on there.
The way news spreads through the Internet guarantees that once a major publication publishes an error, no correction will be able to stop it from spreading. The Irish Times has now published the original New York Times story without the correction. And odds are against them being the only ones to do so.
Israeli Lives Matter – Sign HonestReporting’s petition to the BBC.
A false tweet by Reuters’ Luke Baker alleging Israeli undercover agents incited Palestinian stone throwers spreads to other media.
UPDATE: The Times has published a letter by Jodi Magness, one of the historians cited in their article. She writes to clarify that there is NO DEBATE among scholars that the temples were located on the Temple Mount and most likely where the Dome of the Rock now stands. She says: I know of no…