If the New York Times believes this the most accurate way to report on a conflict is with a “death count” graphic, why don’t they do so with Syria?
The Israeli army has been taking all kinds of steps to minimize Palestinian civilian casualties. We’re talking about leaflets telling residents to leave neighborhoods, advance phone calls warning people to get out of a building, “knocks on the roof” to scare individuals away before the airstrike hits. So how can a Daily Telegraph live blog post…
Almost every media report on the current conflict will mention a “Gaza siege,” or “blockade of Gaza,” that Israel allegedly has maintained on the Gaza Strip
A journalist’s tweet appears to vindicate the IDF’s statement that rockets on Shati refugee camp and Shifa Hospital came from Gaza and not Israel.
Today’s Top Stories 1. An errant Hamas rockets hit Gaza’s Shifa Hospital and the Al Shati refugee camp. An IDF spokesman told Sky News: However, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) denied responsibility for the attacks and said it had not been operating in the area. Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner, an Israeli army spokesman, rubbished…
Hamas threatening journalists in Gaza who expose abuse of civilians.
The sensational story was too good to pass up. Israel allegedly shelled a United Nation school being used as a refugee shelter, massacring at least sixteen …
The news show “Democracy Now” promotes itself as a liberal look at the news. But when did the word “liberal” equate to “anti-Israel?” Democracy Now reports on the “Israeli assault on Gaza” without any mention of Hamas rockets or terrorist tunnels.
UK medical journal The Lancet, publishes an open letter from politicized anti-Israel doctors attacking Israel’s military operation in Gaza.
While they may not be vocal about it, foreign journalists in Gaza have noticed Hamas’ human shields tactics as the terrorists operate within the population.