ABC Australia’s primer video on the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for children is not simplification but distortion and falsification.
An ABC guide to the two-state solution aims to clear up any confusion on the issue for its readers. Instead it leads its readers to adopt the Palestinians’ favored and distorted version of history and the conflict, leading to only more confusion.
Another Palestinian terror attack, another headline fail, this time from Australia’s ABC News.
Australian ABC News infers that two Palestinian children are killed by Israel “in retaliation” for Hamas rocket attacks.
Australian broadcaster ABC News fails to mention the most vital statistic of the lot – the hundreds of Hamas rockets pounding Israel from Gaza.
Suggestion that Israel might be responsible for terror attacks.
Peter Manning (Sydney Morning Herald op-ed) argues that Canberra’s support for Israel is out of step” with Australian public opinion. But as I read his piece and the polls he cites, I’m having a recurring thought: skewed media coverage of Israel impacts public opinion, and public opinion impacts policy. Indeed Manning is part of that…
Sderot continues to suffer as a woman loses her life to a Qassam missile.
The Australian Broadcasting Corportation admits to Hamas terror, while the New York Times equates Israel and Hamas.
CNN admits that knowledge of murder, torture, and planned assassinations were suppressed in order to maintain CNN's Baghdad bureau.