A poll reveals some disturbing findings questioning Palestinian attitudes to peace with Israel. But how did the media spin the results?
When will the BBC be big enough to admit when it has committed an error instead of wriggling out of an outright retraction?
A bizarre and untrue story originating in the Israeli press concerning a dog “sentenced to death by stoning” is picked up by the international media.
Once again, a flood of headlines present Israel as an aggressor responsible for the deaths of dozens of unarmed civilians. Was this really a peaceful protest or another Syrian-engineered attempt to breach Israel’s border? Where did the media get it right and where did it go wrong?
A New York Times report on the latest flotilla is a shoddy piece of journalism, lacking in vital context, missing any Israeli comment and adopting the false narrative provided by anti-Israel activists well versed in manipulating the media for their cause.
Following a deadly bombing in Jerusalem, Reuters attributes the term “terrorism” as something solely in the minds of Israelis.
Editors have indulged in selective reporting or under reporting of important stories from Israel. Did you get the full picture?
The BBC comes up with more excuses and deflection surrounding its callous coverage of a brutal terrorist murder.
A mother, father and three of their children were stabbed to death. But the BBC is more concerned with “settlements”.
The BBC’s reporting of the Israeli commisssion of inquiry into the Gaza flotilla graphically illustrates all that is wrong with its coverage of Israel.