Whatever future Israelis and Palestinians eventually build must be based upon a mutual respect for each side’s connection to the land. In order for such understanding to have any value, it must be based on reality, and not on fantasy or ignorance.
When you resort to fabrication and twisting reality to advocate for an end to the Jewish state, maybe you’re just plain wrong.
A New York Times op-ed uses distortions and outright fabrications to create the false impression that Israel is destroying Arab communities. The facts tell a different story.
The Independent accuses Israel of killing Palestinian children, but overlooks those children’s terror attacks and Israel’s restraint.
NPR’s failed attempt to explain settlements is offensive to Jewish victims of ethnic cleansing and an embarrassment to journalism.
The Dishonest Reporting Award typically goes to a clear-cut winner. Last year, the BBC won for a steady output of problematic coverage throughout the year. In 2014, the award went to Gaza war correspondents for their problematic handling of Operation Protective Edge. But 2016 didn’t have any comparable singular outrages like, say, journalist Donald Bostrom’s…
UPDATE The Evening Standard responded to HR reader complaints by revising the wording of its “Israel Occupation Forces” reference. The term’s not in the reporter’s voice anymore, but A) highlighting the term in the first place and B) not identifying the name of the Friends of Palestine Society spokesman who said it is still poor…
In her anti-Shimon Peres rant, Palestinian lawmaker Hanan Ashrawi has the special distinction of violating not only historical facts, but even the laws of space, time and physics.
What Vice News won’t tell you is that Issa Amro is actually not “non-violent” at all. In fact, he is quite violent.
The Washington Post falsely claims that the “Israeli government right now wants to formally annex Area C in the West Bank.”