Today’s Top Stories 1. According to Maan News, Mahmoud Abbas will declare at the UN that Palestine is a “state under occupation,” annulling the Oslo Accords. The Times of Israel reports that Saeb Erekat is masterminding this maneuver. . . . the resignation threats were no more than a diversion ahead of a dramatic move…
We will be filing a complaint with the BBC about these inaccurate remarks. You can join the complain by clicking here. The more people who sign on, the more weight our complaint will carry.
BBC Panorama goes off the rails as filmmaker Adam Wishart uses the Jerusalem Light Rail to negatively portray Israel’s sovereignty over its capital.
The BBC says Iran no longer poses a threat to Israel. Millions of Iranians chanted “death to Israel” a few days ago. Who should we believe?
On Voice of Israel, Yarden Frankl takes on the BBC’s assertion that Iran no longer threatens Israel and asks why the New York Times is acting like a cheerleader for the Iran deal.
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 Beeb’s translators made a poor judgement call. Whenever Palestinian kids used the word Arabic word, Yahud (which means Jew), the translators translated it as “Israeli.” The…
In an interview full of leading questions, the BBC’s Evan Davis asks Israeli politician Tzipi Livni whether she would describe her parents as terrorists.
HR’s Yarden Frankl on Voice of Israel. Today: Newsweek’s Green Line reversal, how you can help our BBC complaint, and what’s going on underground in Lebanon.