In an article about controversial Israeli architect Eyal Weizman, The Guardian let loose a real whopper of an accusation against Israel. According to the story, the tiled roofs so common to Jewish homes in the West Bank are actually “mandatory red roofs so that on flyovers the Israeli army know not to target them.” Mandatory? Flyovers?…
An anti-Semitic sheikh attacks Israel’s alleged mistreatment of its Arab citizens.
The Guardian has given a platform for Israeli-Arab MK Haneen Zoabi to act as an apologist for a virulent anti-Semitic extremist.
A commentary piece by an academic published in the Guardian contends that Israel has effectively managed to “spin” its messaging to subvert the media’s coverage of the conflict in Israel’s favor.
Only yesterday I blogged the BBC’s video report on the Arab village of Lifta, located at the western entrance to Jerusalem and abandoned since 1948. Within 48 hours of the BBC’s report, the Guardian has also published its own story and video. Is this an amazing coincidence or is this an obvious demonstration of the…
Our look at some of the media coverage of the Netanyahu speech illustrates how we are at the mercy of one or two journalists and editors or the particular editorial or political line of a media outlet when it comes to coverage of Israel.
Judge Richard Goldstone’s Washington Post op-ed admitting he was wrong about key elements in his infamous Goldstone Report on the war in Gaza unleashed a torrent of media coverage over the past week. In his original report, Goldstone wrote that Israel and Hamas were both guilty of war crimes and possibly crimes against humanity in…
Does The Guardian buy into Palestinian claims that Israel and the Jewish people have no spiritual or historical connection to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount?
Press TV sends a shocking response to an invited guest.