The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit outlines how it will be investigating Tim Willcox’s offensive interview following the Paris terror attacks.
The New York Times’ Jodi Rudoren profiles Nitsana Darshan-Leitner’s crusade for justice for terror victims but can’t disguise her disdain.
The Guardian and Channel 4 News promote a report by Human Rights Watch claiming that Israel abuses its Thai laborers.
Why is a photo of graffiti and swastikas in a southern Israeli city used by the Daily Telegraph to illustrate an analysis of Israel-Hezbollah tensions?
The LA Times’s headline erroneously states that a Palestinian terrorist involved in a Tel Aviv bus stabbing is dead. HonestReporting gets the correction.
By giving a platform to someone with downright ridiculous views, CNN (and other media who have in the past published his rantings) is guilty of lending journalistic legitimacy where none should exist.
The Daily Telegraph fails to clarify a false quote claiming Israel is still occupying Lebanese land.
The Times of London misleadingly refers to a “Jewish border” between Israel and the Syrian Golan Heights.
In the aftermath of his bizarre anti-Israel outburst on Twitter, anchorman Jim Clancy has left CNN but neither Clancy nor his former employers are stating why he has gone.
Has The New York Times decided to use terrorists as editors? According to the Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan, it was the threat of violence that prevented the paper from publishing the latest Charlie Hebdo cover, the one that carried a picture of the Prophet Muhammad crying over the terrorist attack. Some of the earlier Hebdo…