The only reason terrorists attack Israel is because Israel defends itself from them, and won’t “simply let them be.”
The Times of London writes about Hamas’s closure of the Erez Crossing, “Gaza’s sole border crossing with Israel.” But what about Kerem Shalom, the other crossing point?
The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen falsely claims that Israel “built roads that only Jewish Israelis may use.”
While the BBC refers to the attack on the UK Parliament as an act of terror, the BBC’s Brazil subsidiary refuses to do the same.
MSN News falsely claims that Israel reduces the flow of water to the Palestinians during periods of conflict and pursues discriminatory water policies.
US News falsely implies that Tel Aviv is Israel’s capital city. HonestReporting gets the correction.
Following a vehicular terror attack in London, the AP lists other countries that have suffered similar attacks. But which country gets missed out?
In a shocking piece of unprofessional journalism, the International Business Times attempts to promote the Israeli apartheid libel by way of questionable and biased sources, distorted facts and lack of context.
Chewing gum that causes sterility, fake raids on the Al Aqsa mosque, flooding from dams that never even existed: why is there so much Palestinian fake news? In this case it’s not just wrong: it costs lives. Whatever your opinion is: get educated, learn the facts, and know the truth.
A UN body produces a biased and hateful report accusing Israel of practicing apartheid. But who is behind the report?