The jihad’s brainwashing machines are not alone; they are backed by the lies against Israel in the media and in the academia.
At a Paris anti-terror rally, the BBC’s Tim Willcox causes outrage when he suggests that “Palestinians suffer greatly at Jewish hands.”
Four years before the French terror attack, the Paris Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Bruce Crumley, published a surprising column, writing that it is wrong to provoke Muslims.
The conspiracy theorists and anti-Semites claim that Israel is responsible for the Charlie Hebdo terror attack.
CNN’s Jim Clancy exposes his anti-Israel feelings in a bizarre Twitter outburst concerning the Charlie Hebdo terror attack in Paris.
Leaving out the rocket attacks is leaving out a crucial element of the conflict. The New York Times motto should be “all the news that — we decide — is fit to print.”
What is really unprofessional and misleading is the attempt to equate Israelis’ very reasonable desire to take self-defense classes with old, uncorroborated allegations in the interests of appearing balanced.
Is it a coincidence that The Independent quotes sources in the same story who both promote the Israel “apartheid” libel?
The Times of London reports the Palestinian national soccer team’s difficulties travelling to a tournament but fails to acknowledge Israeli security issues.
Lara Marlowe in the Irish Times whitewashes Hamas responsibility for the Gaza conflict in a blatant example of opinions disguised as news.