The Guardian’s website includes the Hamas “military wing” on its “Useful links”.
HR UK drew attention to an anti-Israel polemic in The Scotsman by artist Jane Frere, publicising her new exhibition. Despite this propaganda piece employing analogies between Israel and Nazi Germany, promoting historical revisionism and making serious and unsubstantiated allegations against the Israeli military, The Scotsman did not see fit, to the best of our knowledge, to…
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MSM looks for “motives” to explain brutal bulldozer attack
Is the media really covering the “ceasefire”?
The BBC’s Start the Week with Andrew Marr started the week in bad form, interviewing novelist Eva Figes on her new book “Journey to Nowhere”. During the interview, Figes compared Israel to Nazi Germany, which even Andrew Marr, to his credit, described as extreme. (Click on the image to download the programme.) Figes readily admits that the reason she…
Whose version of events does a BBC journalist stand by?
France 2’s “Pallywood” footage overturns a libel verdict.
The Guardian’s “A week in Gaza” – a series of articles, videos and photos on life in Gaza is published in the coming days, beginning on Monday. But a closer examination of the first report reveals problems right from the start. A fisherman’s tale – lacking context: The first in The Guardian’s series of reports focuses on…