A group of 500 doctors, including a number of Nobel laureates, have accused the editor and publisher of the British medical journal, The Lancet of “grossly irresponsible and damaging editorial misuse of The Lancet for political purposes,” in its coverage of the Israel-Palestinian conflict. The main issue of the complaint revolves around a vicious “open letter” published…
With just five words, “after attacking officers with knives,” the NYT could have let those who skim headlines know what actually happened.
The Times of London removes a false claim that Israel restricts access to basic needs for Palestinians in Gaza.
Hold-off those campus resolutions condemning anti-Semitism. Bus stop terror and putting Jerusalem in its proper context. Yarden Frankl on VOI Radio.
When the media report on events in Jerusalem, key context is left out. Instead, one finds a short background sentence, saying that Israel “captured the city”
Despite the headline in the New York Times, Khaled Koutineh, a 37 year old Palestinian, is not suspected of targeting an empty, Jerusalem bus stop
Led by military and political analyst Elliot Chodoff, 40 people from Israel and abroad visited the Jordan Valley and the northern border with Syria.
Blankfeld Award winner Elijah Granet argues that Jewish students pushing anti-Semitism resolutions on campus are unwittingly giving cover for BDS activity.
Why aren’t the media covering the plight of Palestinians in Syria? Could it be that they are only interested if Israel is accused of wrongdoing?
Jeremy Bowen’s throwaway remark associates Israel with persecution when he refers to “what the Israeli government might be doing” to Palestinian Christians.