Editors have indulged in selective reporting or under reporting of important stories from Israel. Did you get the full picture?
Hats off to British MP Louise Bagshawe for taking the BBC to task for its coverage or rather, lack of coverage of the brutal murders of the Fogel family in Itamar. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, she describes finding out about the attack via Twitter: Horrified, I went to the BBC website to find out…
Building plans for existing Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem kick up a new media frenzy.
A video report uses a misleading headline while the narration conveniently omits a stone throwing incident.
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
On Friday 30 July, the Israeli city of Ashkelon was struck by a Grad missile fired from the Gaza Strip. The missile hit a residential area, blowing out windows and damaging property. Mercifully, only two people were treated for shock with no major injuries or deaths. Nonetheless, this represents a serious incident and a potential escalation…
Why does the Daily Telegraph choose to reuse an image from the 2009 Gaza conflict to inaccurately portray the present day?
Headlines misrepresent IDF actions against terrorist murderers.
Isn’t it time for UNRWA’s chief to do some soul searching and look beyond blaming Israel?
Scenes of violence on and around the Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City are currently causing further damage to Israel’s already fragile diplomatic and public image. Descriptions of Israeli police “storming” the Temple Mount add to the impression, aided by the inflammatory rhetoric of Palestinian groups and neighbouring Arab states, that Israel is carrying out…