The New Statesman prints an update to a story that erroneously claimed an entire Palestinian family was killed in an Israeli air strike.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas resumed rocket fire on Friday, injuring two Israelis. According to Reuters, the weekend rocket fire “has focused on kibbutzim, or collective farms, just across the border in what appeared to be a strategy of sapping Israel’s morale without triggering another ground invasion of the tiny Gaza Strip.” Or as the…
Israel has no reason to be sorry that its people were not bleeding more in the Gaza war.
Since the conflict in Gaza began, many in the media have become obsessed with publishing “body count” casualty statistics, especially showing the number of Gazan civilian casualties. This data has been used to support those accusing Israel of committing “war crimes.” They say that the huge numbers of “civilian” deaths proves that Israel is being…
Some journalists allow Hamas to evade the tough questions. But not all of them – watch Sean Hannity persisting in getting some answers.
Can we be expected to believe that while Indian and French media provided pictures of the Hamas terrorist group and their rockets, the NY Times missed them?
After stirring up a hornet’s nest of tension with the Jewish community, editors, and executives at his parent company Fairfax Media, the Sydney Morning Herald columnist Mike Carlton quit over a string of foul-mouthed replies to readers. First the background. It began when Carlton wrote Israel’s Rank and Rotten Fruit is Being Called Fascism, a…
While the New York Times talks about the plight of patients at Gazan hospitals, they are leaving out crucial information.
Writing in the Sunday Mirror, UK politician John Prescott abuses the Holocaust to attack Israel, describing Gaza as a “concentration camp” and a “ghetto.”
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?