While Israel is held to impossibly high standards for avoiding civilian casualties, the US admits that killing civilians is sometimes necessary in order to get high-value targets.
If you work for newspapers, web sites, or TV or radio stations affiliated with terror groups, you’re practicing propaganda, not journalism.
Whether or not she crossed the line of anti-Semitism herself, Rachel Smalley’s sleight-of-hand attempt to cloak her misleading accusations in the mantle of “legitimate criticism” is disingenuous.
Freedom House should hold Israel to the same standards it applies to every other country on Earth.
Part two of an eight-part series explaining The 8 Categories of Media Bias. Violation #2 Imbalanced Reporting Journalism distorts news through disproportionate coverage, presenting only one side of the story, or misrepresenting fringe views as mainstream. For purposes of journalism, balance is defined as A state in which different things occur in equal or proper…
Tell CNN that its headline — labeling a major terrorist attack in Jerusalem as a “bus fire” — was unacceptable.
The New York Times’s Diaa Hadid implies that there is something nefarious about Israeli security measures designed to limit their impact on the wider Palestinian population.
A Sydney Morning Herald op-ed charges Australia with being guilty of double standards on human rights because the country fails to consistently condemn Israeli settlements.
Examining the concept of “homeland” within the American context, James Traub in the New York Times claims that Jews gained a homeland in 1948 while Palestinians lost theirs.
An otherwise fair and balanced article in Newsweek includes an inflammatory headline referring to Israeli “apartheid.”