The cultural boycott is the most insidious part of the BDS strategy against Israel. There is no pretense of economic or political pressure. The only aim of a cultural boycott is to proclaim that Israel has no place among the nations. And increasingly, British culture figures are having none of it. First, Harry Potter author…
The New York Times ALMOST got it right in a story about Palestinian terrorism when they said that Palestinian leaders “seemed” to fan the violence and even celebrate the killers. But the PA does not just “seem” to be engaging in incitement — they outright glorify terrorism and promote terrorists as heroes.
“The Dueling Narratives of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” is an attempt to provide journalistic “balance” on a story where none exists.
Academics Steven Levitsky and Glen Weyl claim to be Zionists and Israel supporters yet promote maximalist BDS on the pages of the Washington Post.
The Independent erroneously states that the al-Aqsa mosque is “known as Temple Mount to Jews.”
Interviewed about his new book, The War of a Million Cuts, Manfred Gerstenfeld addresses demonization of Israel and argues for a counter-propaganda agency.
In response to recent criticism, NPR produces a positive story on Israeli terror victims. It still, however, needed a correction secured by HonestReporting.
It is part of a larger wave of biased reporting that sees “The Return of Casualty Figures as a Moral Barometer.” In other words, the simple belief that the side with the greater number of casualties is necessarily the side with the greater moral claim.
The Daily Mail’s headline describes the shooting dead of a Palestinian terrorist as “retaliation” for stabbing a female soldier.
The New York Times incorrectly describes the Western Wall rather than the Temple Mount, as Judaism’s holiest site.