A New York Times opinion piece mixes up cause and effect, claiming Israel’s reaction to the Palestinian unity government is to blame for Hamas violence.
Today’s Top Stories 1. The UNRWA found 20 rockets in one of its Gaza schools. And they weren’t from the school’s science club either. Meanwhile, Patrick Martin of the Globe & Mail had a schoolyard lesson of his own in Human Shields 101: Heading toward the exit, we were overwhelmed by the jet-like sound of two rockets…
Mira Bar Hillel harangues Israel while minimizing Hamas rockets and ridiculing the terrorism against Israelis during her distorted childhood.
The Daily Mirror recycles a old photo while accusing Israelis of being entertained watching Palestinians under bombardment.
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The Washington Post publishes a crude anti-Israel animated cartoon showing Benjamin Netanyahu repeatedly and deliberately punching a baby.
The Daily Telegraph’s headline on the breakdown of the Gaza ceasefire implicates both Israel and Hamas as equally responsible.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas rejected an Egyptian ceasefire initiative which Israel accepted this morning. A break in IDF air strikes to give peace a chance was met with continued Palestinian rocket fire, forcing Israel to resume operations. The truce was backed by the Arab League, the Palestinian Authority (with a twist), and the White House. According…
The Guardian replaces a misleading tweet that falsely implied Israel was the cause of a Gaza ceasefire breakdown.
Following a request from HonestReporting, Fox News amends a misleading headline that placed doubt on who rejected a Gaza ceasefire.