An Israeli teenage girl is brutally murdered in her bedroom by a Palestinian. NBC News reports that the assailant is a “suspected terrorist.”
The International Business Times incorrectly claims that the Al-Aqsa mosque is sacred to Jews and has been closed by Israeli authorities.
South Africa’s The Mail and Guardian publishes a vicious opinion piece that compares Israel to Hitler.
The New York Times features Israel’s security barrier but leaves the false impression that the structure is entirely a wall.
After a burst pipe in the West Bank, The Independent falsely accuses Israel of denying water to Palestinians.
Newsweek mis-categorizes an accused PFLP terrorist as a “clown.”
In the 1967 Six Day War, Israel captured the eastern part of Jerusalem in a desperate war of self defense.
Reporting on a Palestinian terror attack on a Tel Aviv market, the New Zealand Herald performs a startling inversion of morality; casting hero as villain and terrorist as victim.
Robert Fisk demonstrates gross hypocrisy when he writes about separating truth from lies when reporting alleged war crimes.
The reality in Israel can be very complex, but with Palestinian terror attacks on innocent Israeli civilians, there is only one way to accurately report the news.