An American led coalition is fighting Islamic State (ISIS) in its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul. This is very similar to Israel’s battles against the terror group Hamas. So why does CNN report on Israel so differently? Why the double standard? To see the CNN article on Mosul click here. And to see the CNN definition…
UPDATE The Evening Standard responded to HR reader complaints by revising the wording of its “Israel Occupation Forces” reference. The term’s not in the reporter’s voice anymore, but A) highlighting the term in the first place and B) not identifying the name of the Friends of Palestine Society spokesman who said it is still poor…
Makdisi is calling for universities to be made safer places for students to freely express their views – yet it is radical anti-Israel activists like himself who make Jewish and pro-Israel students feel intimidated and unsafe standing up for their views and for the Jewish state.
The Independent forgets to mention that Hamas took over control of Gaza through a violent coup d’etat rather than a democratic election.
The Washington Post erroneously states that the US considers Jewish settlements to be illegal.
The Times of London story on a Jerusalem terror attack had a correct headline. So why was it changed to something so wrong?
Part seven of an eight-part series explaining The 8 Categories of Media Bias. Violation #7 Distortion of Facts Getting the facts wrong. Thanks to today’s technology, anyone from a professional journalist to an amateur passerby with a smart phone can instantly post breaking news online. But in the rush to be first, fact-checking often gets…
Australian broadcaster Peter Goers can’t control his hatred towards Israel.
Radio New Zealand has once again aired a litany of unchallenged lies in a one-sided discussion of a contentious issue, this time the latest boat to Gaza.
In her anti-Shimon Peres rant, Palestinian lawmaker Hanan Ashrawi has the special distinction of violating not only historical facts, but even the laws of space, time and physics.