In response to recent criticism, NPR produces a positive story on Israeli terror victims. It still, however, needed a correction secured by HonestReporting.
It is part of a larger wave of biased reporting that sees “The Return of Casualty Figures as a Moral Barometer.” In other words, the simple belief that the side with the greater number of casualties is necessarily the side with the greater moral claim.
The Daily Mail’s headline describes the shooting dead of a Palestinian terrorist as “retaliation” for stabbing a female soldier.
The New York Times incorrectly describes the Western Wall rather than the Temple Mount, as Judaism’s holiest site.
Nathan Thrall’s column in the New York Times is no more than propaganda.
NPR’s ombudsman responds to HonestReporting readers by acknowledging an error in a broadcast by Emily Harris.
You know there’s a problem when an anchor has to correct an eyewitness correspondent on live TV. Ayman Moyheldin’s and NBC News bias are brutally exposed.
CNN’s headline stated that Jewish holy site Joseph’s Tomb simply “caught fire” even though it was torched by a Palestinian mob.
The Palestinian wave of terror is misrepresented in biased media headlines as Israeli aggression towards Palestinians.
The Associated Press asks why Palestinian residents of Jerusalem are involved in terror but omits some important facts and context.