A Reuters report falsely implies that Tel Aviv is Israel’s center of power and government, an error republished by multiple media outlets.
The Associated Press mistakenly implies that Tel Aviv is Israel’s center of power and government. HonestReporting gets the correction.
Despite the fact that there has never ever been a sovereign Palestinian state, the Daily Mail refers to the “State of Palestine.” HonestReporting gets the correction.
The Guardian implies that Tel Aviv is Israel’s capital in contravention of its own style guide. HonestReporting gets the correction.
The Telegraph’s headline mistakenly states that the Israeli Ambassador to the UK was caught on film in an Al Jazeera sting operation. HonestReporting gets the correction.
A truck ramming terror attack in Jerusalem generates a new wave of headline fails.
The BBC’s coverage of a Jerusalem truck ramming terror attack eventually acknowledges that there was a driver behind the wheel of the vehicle.
The International Business Times makes a total failure of its coverage of a truck ramming terror attack in Jerusalem, using inappropriate, inaccurate images and video.
The Independent accuses Israel of killing Palestinian children, but overlooks those children’s terror attacks and Israel’s restraint.
Malcolm Eves, an anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, attacks “American neocon Zionist Jews” in a New Zealand media outlet.