The International Business Times labels Rabbi Yehuda Glick a “militant.” It’s the same word that is used to describe the terrorist who shot him.
The Irish Times publishes what appears to be a deliberately constructed photo of a burning Koran, allegedly the result of a settler attack on a mosque.
The Independent posts a video of Palestinian protests from 2011 while claiming it to be recent footage.
A few days ago, the PLO warned foreign reporters not to use the name “Temple Mount” in reports about the Jerusalem holy site. The thrust of its argument is that the Temple Mount is located in occupied territory, and any reference to the site other than the Noble Sanctuary (Haram al Sharif in Arabic) encroaches…
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. I was outside walking my dog when I got the call from my daughter.
The New York Times changes its headline following two terror attacks, suggesting that Palestinians were only “suspected” of murdering two Israelis.
Does the media hold U.S. airstrikes on ISIS in Iraq to the same standards that they held Israeli strikes on Gaza?
The Independent misleadingly refers to Israel’s security barrier as a “430 mile-long brick wall.”
The Daily Telegraph fails to include context leading to the false impression that Israeli police “stormed” the al-Aqsa Mosque.
The BBC produces yet another faulty headline as Jerusalem suffers another car terror attack.