A Palestinian terror attack on the Sarona market in Tel Aviv prompts some serious media fails in the immediate aftermath.
Media manipulation is one of the most unfortunate aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We’ve seen papers blur the distinction between journalism and advocacy, fact-checking failures become fatal, photographers and Palestinians twist reality in mutually beneficial relationships, semantics become politicized and news executives cover up news to protect access. We’ve even seen journalists abuse readers who dared to disagree. None…
Writing in The Independent, Amena Saleem declares Israel solely responsible for increased Gaza infant mortality rates while ignoring Hamas’s role.
The UK Jewish community asks why a political party leadership contender associates with anti-Semites. Yasmin Alibhai-Brown opines that it’s all a “hard Zionist” conspiracy.
Lara Marlowe in the Irish Times whitewashes Hamas responsibility for the Gaza conflict in a blatant example of opinions disguised as news.
Mehdi Hasan rehashes the same tired old anti-Israel Christmas story in the New Statesman.
Did Israeli soldiers murder a Palestinian leader at a peaceful protest? Did Israeli settlers set fire to a Palestinian mosque?
An op-ed in the New York Times from a British diplomat treats Palestinian terror and Israeli countermeasures as morally equivalent.
Just three days after Palestinian terrorists carried out the synagogue massacre in Har Nof, the Daily Beast published a story about…Jewish incitement in Hebron. The title of the piece – Inside Hebron, Israel’s Heart of Darkness – reveals its true agenda. It is Israel and its citizens whose heart is dark, even when Palestinians are…
A Times of London cartoon makes fun of a UK politician’s anti-terror legislation and implies that Israel is a police state.