The Daily Telegraph’s headline on the breakdown of the Gaza ceasefire implicates both Israel and Hamas as equally responsible.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas rejected an Egyptian ceasefire initiative which Israel accepted this morning. A break in IDF air strikes to give peace a chance was met with continued Palestinian rocket fire, forcing Israel to resume operations. The truce was backed by the Arab League, the Palestinian Authority (with a twist), and the White House. According…
The Guardian replaces a misleading tweet that falsely implied Israel was the cause of a Gaza ceasefire breakdown.
Following a request from HonestReporting, Fox News amends a misleading headline that placed doubt on who rejected a Gaza ceasefire.
Is the media really covering the “ceasefire”?
At what point do Palestinian terror and missile attacks constitute a breach of a "ceasefire"?
HonestReporting visits Sderot in the aftermath of a Qassam missile attack, which injured two teenage boys.
Washington Post and AP invert the chronology of recent violence; also, Reuters cavorts with Jenin terrorist
Reuters misrepresents the initial Palestinian obligation under the road map.
The media displace the road map's terms with those of the hudna — an internal Palestinian deal.