Following a deadly bombing in Jerusalem, Reuters attributes the term “terrorism” as something solely in the minds of Israelis.
The BBC has come up with yet another example of its institutional bias against Israel. The initial headline of a story says a lot about the thought process of a news editor. While most other news organizations covered a bomb blast in Jerusalem by focusing on the number of casualties as well as the location,…
Don’t believe everything they tell you. Fact check everything. The most important lesson of Journalism 101 is an adage familiar to all reporters: If your mother says she loves you, check it out. Do news photographers learn the same lesson? Or do they believe everything they’re told — mom’s love, and all? Which brings us…
Wire services habitually portray terrorists as ordinary Palestinians who fell victim to IDF brutality, a theme that the terrorist organizations are only too happy to encourage.
Candles are the image of choice for Hamas to paint a picture of Gaza under siege and suffering from electrical shortages, which can be blamed solely on Israel.
I admit it. I never cared if I was consistent in the way I spelled the name of Libya’s dictator. I got away with it for years. After all, transliterating Arab names into English with a consistent spelling is hard enough, but Gaddafi’s in a league of his own. Last year, ABC News posted 112…
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
The Associated Press whitewashes the real agenda of a radical anti-Israel group, portraying them as a bunch of youthful and peaceful idealists.
The media rushes to promote another report based on unverifiable allegations from Gaza.
The Independent mysteriously omits years of Palestinian terrorism.