BBC Panorama goes off the rails as filmmaker Adam Wishart uses the Jerusalem Light Rail to negatively portray Israel’s sovereignty over its capital.
Cherryl Smith, PhD, is professor emerita in rhetoric and composition at California State University, Sacramento. She writes at Framing Israel. The substance of what’s wrong with the Iran deal (see here and here) can also be found in the uses and abuses of language surrounding the deal. It is hard to reconcile that the leaders of…
The graphic accompanying the July 19 article (“Building Trump’s border wall not exactly “easy” experts say” claims that Israel’s separation barrier is made of prefabricated concrete sections interspersed with watch towers. In fact, only 64% of the barrier has been constructed to date and of the completed portion, 90% is made up of chain-link fencing. The drawing implies that the entire route resembles a prison wall and is misleading and inaccurate.
A photo feature in the Telegraph on “The world’s most beautiful mosques” places the Al-Aqsa Mosque in “Jerusalem, Palestine.”
Following the conclusion of an Iranian nuclear deal, a BBC presenter claims that Iran is not a threat to Israel in an interview with Minister Danny Danon.
The BBC Trust rejects an appeal over the BBC’s whitewash of Tim Willcox’s outrageous reporting in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks.
The BBC and its translators leave me at a loss for words. A documentary, Children of the Gaza War (part one aired last night), came under criticism because reporter Lyse Doucet and the translators the Beeb relied on made a poor judgement call. Whenever Palestinian kids used the word Arabic word, Yahud (which means Jew), the translators translated it…
The Independent corrects the error after wrongly referring to Israel’s security barrier as a “high wall.”
Why did the New York Times choose to run a picture of a weeping family rather than the terrorist who was killed?
A Palestinian stone-thrower dies after IDF soldiers respond by firing back. Some of the media headlines distort the story.