See below for updates on this post, including the paper’s amended caption. If you didn’t know better, you’d think this photo in the Los Angeles Times shows the Israeli flag provocatively flying over the Dome of the Rock. Seen from Mount Scopus, the distinctive golden Dome of the Rock, one of Islam’s holiest sites, stands…
By now, we all know the Temple Mount is a hilltop site in Jerusalem that’s holy to Jews and Muslims. It’s back in the news, thanks to the Jerusalem’s latest tensions. Last week, an Islamic Jihad terrorist shot Rabbi Yehuda Glick, an activist pushing for Jewish prayer rights on the Temple Mount. Israel closed the site…
Haaretz prints an offensive cartoon on U.S.-Israeli relations that makes a mockery of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The New York Times allows Israeli Arab journalist Rula Jebreal to deliberately portray Israel as institutionally racist towards its Arab minority.
The Guardian describes a terrorist attack which killed a three-month-old baby as a “car crash.”
For Irish diplomat Richard Ryan, in the Irish Times, Israeli settlements are the single biggest threat to peace with the Palestinians.
Is the terrorist murder of a 3-month-old Israeli morally equivalent to the death of a Palestinian youth throwing a Molotov cocktail? It is according to CNN.
The AP, AFP and BBC all produce appalling headline fails in their coverage of a Palestinian terror attack in Jerusalem that killed a three-month-old baby.
The occupation of the son of a columnist is more significant than the admiration of reporter for Yasser Arafat? #Double Standards at the New York Times
The Daily Telegraph refuses to acknowledge Jerusalem is located in Israel in the interests of “neutrality.”