More Palestinian terror attacks mean more screwy headlines. Context and accuracy took a hit. Without question, today’s worst headline was served up by the Irish Times. For readers who initially wrote us about this screwy Associated Press header (cached version), the wire service subsequently updated the headline. Most papers around the world updated their AP wire…
According to a Guardian headline, Israelis are allowed to defend themselves against Palestinian attackers only once they have been injured.
A documentary on the Discovery network’s Science Channel includes a map of the Middle East where Israel has been erased and replaced by an expanded Jordan.
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Benjamin Netanyahu announces the building of security fences to keep out “beasts” that threaten Israel. The Guardian’s Peter Beaumont misrepresents who the “beasts” really are.
Radio New Zealand interviewed Palestinian propagandist Hanan Ashrawi without addressing any of her anti-Israel libels or asking any hard questions.
Please sign our letter to CBS News President David Rhodes demanding accountability for the publishing of CBS’ original headline. *** UPDATE: CBS News changed the headline. It now reads: Palestinians attack 2 Israeli officers before being killed * * * Three Palestinians armed with knives, guns, and pipe bombs went out to Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate…
In The Independent, Robert Fisk writes “a few words of history” concerning Israel – a history that doesn’t fit with the facts.
There are two legal frameworks in the territories because that’s what international law demands.
NPR’s public ombudsman explains how an error-strewn map that replaced Israel with “Palestine” came to be published, crediting HonestReporting for its removal.