The CBC fessed up. When the publicly funded Canadian broadcaster picked up on a Human Rights Watch report charging Israeli discrimination against Palestinians in areas like housing, freedom of movement, health, education and access to water, it made one mistake. The Ceeb never obtained an Israeli response to the non-governmental organization’s allegations. You won’t find any…
HonestReporting Canada highlights a textbook example of grass roots action after a trade journal (in this case, a British Columbia teacher’s magazine) flunked out on Israel. After publishing this anti-Israel diatribe riddled with errors, half-truths and baseless accusations, HR Canada and concerned educators took action. The result? “Teacher” magazine schooled itself, Getting It Right on Israel and Palestine. I’d…
It was only a matter of time before Israel was blamed for the Arab world’s unrest. I’m not surprised that one mainstream paper gave a wonk a soapbox to argue just that. See HonestReporting Canada’s response to the Toronto Star’s tosh, which told readers: Many Arab leaders . . . are perceived as, intentionally or…
The Globe & Mail’s Patrick Martin doesn’t allow hard facts to get in the way of his partisan view of Israel.
The insidious analogy returns to college campuses as part of the campaign to delegitimize Israel.
HonestReporting heads to the northern Israeli city of Safed to find out the real story.
A documentary's flaws are compounded by the public broadcaster's failure to provide context.
Toronto Sun columnist Eric Margolis crosses the bounds of ethical journalism.
Our fourth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Double standard at The Independent, the PLO vs. HonestReporting, and Neil MacDonald at it again.