For reasonable people, the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices and kosher supermarket in Paris were clear cases of terrorism. But apparently, not everyone who runs the BBC is reasonable. Take the head of BBC Arabic, Tarik Kafala, for example. For him, terrorism is too “loaded” a term to describe what happened. “We try to…
HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl says the NY Times is obsessed with painting Israel and defenders in a negative light. HR Radio on the Voice of Israel.
The Guardian’s editorial marking International Holocaust Memorial Day gives a disturbing insight into the paper’s ideological dogma.
A BBC tweet asks: “Is the time coming to lay the Holocaust to rest?”
The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit outlines how it will be investigating Tim Willcox’s offensive interview following the Paris terror attacks.
The New York Times’ Jodi Rudoren profiles Nitsana Darshan-Leitner’s crusade for justice for terror victims but can’t disguise her disdain.
The Guardian and Channel 4 News promote a report by Human Rights Watch claiming that Israel abuses its Thai laborers.
Why is a photo of graffiti and swastikas in a southern Israeli city used by the Daily Telegraph to illustrate an analysis of Israel-Hezbollah tensions?
The LA Times’s headline erroneously states that a Palestinian terrorist involved in a Tel Aviv bus stabbing is dead. HonestReporting gets the correction.
By giving a platform to someone with downright ridiculous views, CNN (and other media who have in the past published his rantings) is guilty of lending journalistic legitimacy where none should exist.