The only defense BDS has is lies and hypocrisy. The simple fact is, BDS can handle neither the truth, nor the taste of its own tactics.
AFP misleads by leaving out critical historical context about Jerusalem.
If you enjoy good rumors, conspiracy theories, and unproven allegations, you’ll find plenty of them in the darker corners of the world wide web. You can add BBC News to that list. Care to guess what’s being pinned on Israel now? A spate of killings in recent days has Bangladeshis on edge. Mahmuda Aktar,…
UPDATE: After we published the article below and contacted the journalist, the online story was changed. Rather than referring to the IDF as the “Israel Occupation Forces,” the article now states that this term was used by the supporters of Abu Rahma, the Palestinian denied a UK visa. Other references to “murder” in the journalist’s…
The New York Times uses a photo of Israeli girls playing with IDF weaponry without proper context, to illustrate a story on fissures between the military and political echelons in Israel.
Radio New Zealand relies on two biased interviewees to spread factual distortions about Israel.
Maps produced by the US public health institute, the CDC appear in the Daily Mail showing the spread of a tropical disease in the Middle East yet do not name Israel.
Associated Press writes a biased article about Israel and Gaza, and doesn’t even mention the word “Hamas.”
Reuters Jerusalem bureau chief and outgoing Foreign Press Association chairperson Luke Baker openly expresses disdain for Israel on Twitter, breaching Reuters’ own Code of Conduct.
Time magazine’s inflammatory and inaccurate headline attributes Avigdor Lieberman as having called for “killing Palestinians.”