The bloody events of Toulouse were a graphic illustration of how incitement against Israelis and Jews can eventually lead from inciteful words and images to very real and violent deeds. That’s why UK Conservative politician John Howell has every reason to fear for his life following death threats received as a result of his support…
The disseminator of a false photo through Twitter is exposed as a UN employee.
Two photos, both allegedly depicting the results of Israeli air strikes in Gaza, have been proven false.
The photographers are there as a boulder is hurled at an Israeli car.
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A biased Telegraph piece on Gaza recycles an old photo.
The laughable propaganda coming out of the Iranian regime aimed at the British authorities’ handling of recent riots has descended to even more embarrassing levels.
A photo of PM Netanyahu in an unintentionally compromising pose is intentionally used to portray him as a hardliner.
Part of our Shattered Lens series on photo bias focused on how the wire services use bars in their images to promote the Palestinian narrative of suffering and the impression of Palestinians as “prisoners” of Israeli brutality. The accompanying AFP / Getty photo in an opinion piece in Australia’s The Age looked very familiar: In…
What does this dog on the Israeli-Gaza border have to do with a false story of dog sentenced to death by a Jewish rabbinical court?
Absolutely nothing – unless you are AFP.