An Israeli border policeman is stabbed by a Palestinian in Jerusalem but Australia’s ABC News and Sky News confuse the victim with the attacker.
It’s tough to decide which is more misleading: The AFP headline or the picture under it.
In an interview full of leading questions, the BBC’s Evan Davis asks Israeli politician Tzipi Livni whether she would describe her parents as terrorists.
Elder of Ziyon examines Don Melvin’s disingenuous explanation for his biased reporting on CNN.
Why has a satirical video by Israel’s foreign ministry mocking the international media caused such offense?
The UN’s about to release its report on the Gaza War.
Editors tend to view wire copy as pulp content. You either edit the material to the length you need, or you can copy and paste key info into your own original content (with appropriate attribution, of course). Local papers use the reports differently, so editors tailor the headlines to fit available space in their print…
The Irish Times’s Michael Jansen publishes a three-part series of anti-Israel lies and distortions.
Whether BDS is responsible for the sequence of statements, recriminations, and apologies centered around French telecom company Orange remains disputable. What’s certain, however, is that the matter has given the movement a boost through the reams of publicity Orange has received in recent days. The issue started last week when Orange CEO Stephane Richard declared…
UPDATE: After this was posted, Orange announced it will sever ties with its Israeli subsidiary. * * * It’s not so easy to launch a boycott of Israel, according to Orange CEO Stephane Richard, who told reporters in Egypt this week that his company was looking for ways to leave Israel but the idea was…