Whose version of events does a BBC journalist stand by?
The latest piece on Israel’s 60th endorses the views of a fringe historian.
Rather than addressing the issues, Johann Hari rails against HonestReporting.
The Guardian’s “A week in Gaza” – a series of articles, videos and photos on life in Gaza is published in the coming days, beginning on Monday. But a closer examination of the first report reveals problems right from the start. A fisherman’s tale – lacking context: The first in The Guardian’s series of reports focuses on…
Jeremy Bowen’s documentary is full of omissions and historical revisionism.
HR subscribers secure a correction and acknowledgment.
A brief survey of some UK media’s coverage of a Palestinian terror attack on the Nahal Oz fuel depot identifies some examples of subtle bias and weak reporting. Skewed headlines: “Israel hits back after two die in crossing attack“: Despite the fact that Palestinian terrorists instigated this fatal cross-border attack on Nahal Oz, The Guardian’s…
Reuters Responds to HR subscriber complaints.
A Channel 4 documentary, “Inside Hamas”, broadcast on 10 February, gained unprecedented access to the inside of the terrorist organisation. Writing in The Spectator, film-maker Mike Chamberlain describes what went on during the filming: There were no spin doctors in sight, as [director] Rodrigo filmed internal meetings of the police and private parliamentary discussions. He accompanied…
A Guardian video serves as a Hamas propaganda piece.