What has a photo of an ultra-Orthodox demonstrator have to do with building policies in eastern Jerusalem?
Will the media never learn? In March 2009, Ha’aretz published a story alleging “war crimes” and serious ethical failures on the part of the IDF in Gaza. Predictably, many international media outlets repeated the allegations without bothering to do any rudimentary checks. Subsequently, it was revealed that the soldiers’ testimonies were based on nothing more than rumors…
The media rushes to promote another report based on unverifiable allegations from Gaza.
[Click on the button below to view the shocking footage as an Israeli politician is accosted by a former CNN employee.] “FIXING” THE FOREIGN PRESS While one refers to the “foreign press” in Israel, most employees are local Israelis or Palestinians who are hired for their language skills, access and local knowledge. Sometimes it isn’t enough just to monitor…
A look back at some of the worst cases of anti-Israel media bias.
Israel’s Operation Cast Lead dominated the newspapers, airwaves and internet for its duration, with the aftermath still generating headlines and opinion. It is extremely important to expose those cases where the story became agenda-driven or when the media simply got it wrong. This has been graphically illustrated by an about-turn by the UN. One of the most serious and damaging…
Why does the media continue to quote propagandist Mads Gilbert?
Why are an NGO’s allegations against Israel accepted by an unquestioning media?
Initial BBC and the AFP headlines ignore the victims in second bulldozer attack
Whose version of events does a BBC journalist stand by?