The PCC, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph all correct their errors.
A terrorist attack produces some shoddy headlines and reports.
An Israeli judge rules that Rachel Corrie’s death was an “unfortunate accident”.
A Palestinian PR stunt ends in a non-event.
The Guardian is never going to miss an opportunity to attack a Conservative government minister and a Jewish organization all in the same go. Let the story appear on Holocaust Memorial Day and just to rub it in, make sure that your source happens to run some anti-Semitic websites. The perfect storm which shows that…
Palestinian delaying tactics are killing exploratory peace talks in Jordan. The Daily Telegraph‘s Con Coughlin explains how and why: Most people in the West believe the main reason the talks are not going anywhere is because of Israel’s refusal to compromise on its settlement building programme. But while the Netanyahu government’s insistence on building settlements…
A Palestinian publicity stunt gets the media’s attention.
Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel. Gaza violence continues to dominate the news, Palestinians get UNESCO membership, Tunisia issues a warrant for Suha Arafat’s arrest, and more. Gaza Heats Up • Good AP snippets: Most of the violence this weekend has been between Israel and Islamic Jihad, an Iranian-backed group…
rom this Daily Telegraph headline? You have to read the article to find out the “militant” was part of a squad preparing to launch rockets at Israel — after the truce was announced.
After five years in captivity, Gilad Shalit has finally returned home.