When you contact the media about something that is inaccurate, often they will respond and make the needed corrections.
CNN illustrates the Middle East with a map that erases Israel, instead replacing it with “Palestina,” a Spanish or Portuguese translation of Palestine.
CNN reports on a terrorist incident but fails to tell its readers who the seemingly anonymous terrorist was.
Yarden Frankl discusses media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and “Even-Handism” on the Mottle Wolfe Show.
The media have an obligation to not only report what people are saying, but what is really happening on the ground. If one side is saying things that have no basis in fact, the media needs to expose this, not simply say “it depends who you ask,” or “on the other hand…..”
Today’s Top Stories 1. Deadly terror strikes Beersheba central bus station. An Israeli Bedouin armed with a pistol and knife killed a soldier, stole his gun, and shot at least ten other people before being killed by security. In the aftermath, police killed an Eritrean refugee, wrongly believing he was a second gunman, leading to headlines…
CNN’s headline stated that Jewish holy site Joseph’s Tomb simply “caught fire” even though it was torched by a Palestinian mob.
The Palestinian wave of terror is misrepresented in biased media headlines as Israeli aggression towards Palestinians.
CNN’s shoddy coverage includes understating Israeli fears, failing to identify a terrorist as Palestinian while accusing Israel of “retaliatory attacks.”
A week into the ongoing Palestinian wave of terror, it has become nearly impossible to learn from major news sources outside Israel, what is going on there.