The New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren was recently the guest of a Voice of Israel radio show. Host Josh Hasten asked her about criticism she has received that the Times’ coverage of Israel was biased. Her response was that media watchdog groups were not really basing their criticisms on objective standards. Rather,…
Despite accusations Israel opened dams to flood Gaza being proven a lie, the Daily Mail amends its article with equal “balance” to the lie and the truth.
Palestinians claim that Israel has opened its southern dams, flooding Gaza. Except there are no Israeli dams.
Following HonestReporting’s complaint concerning Tim Willcox’s appalling reporting from the Paris terror attacks, the BBC has responded with a whitewash.
The Irish Independent’s Eamon Delaney erroneously states that Gaza is “surrounded by Israel” and claims the West Bank is “surrounded by a huge wall.”
With A-listers such as Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Madonna, and Alicia Keys refusing to be bullied into canceling their shows in Israel, the BDS has apparently shifted strategies. Instead of launching campaigns against artists after they schedule performances in Israel, which has proven ineffective, BDSers now go after artists who are rumored to come,…
The International Business Times multiplies by 100 the casualty figures from the 2014 Gaza war.
Forbes journalist Richard Behar rips apart the Associated Press for its report on Gazan civilian casualties from Israel’s Operation Protective Edge.
NBC News anchor Brian Willaims took himself off the air as the network launches an internal investigation of his accounts of being on a downed helicopter over Iraq. His coverage of Hurricane Katrina is also under scrutiny now. One tale getting fresh attention involves Williams covering the 2006 War in Lebanon. Here’s what Williams said (skip to 1:45) when…
Can UK anti-Semitism ever be justified? “It can, if you are a Palestinian,” according to Sky News presenter Eamonn Holmes.