As of this writing, it has been several hours since Shlomit Krigman, a 24 year old Israeli woman, was murdered by Palestinian terrorists. The headlines in the Guardian and New York Times remain unchanged.
Two Palestinian stabbing attacks on Israeli women are described as “exchanges of violence” in the New York Times’ headline.
The brutal stabbing of Israeli mother Dafna Meir, in her home in Otniel, fails to generate much media coverage. Just how bloodthirsty does a Palestinian terror attack against Israelis have to be to deserve coverage?
Just how far will The Guardian go in order to promote its anti-Israel agenda by making changes to the Associated Press’s original content?
Why is a stabbing attack described as terrorism in London but questioned when it happens in Jerusalem?
The Daily Mail’s sensationalist headline implies that Israelis are responsible for the shedding of Palestinian blood in the streets of Jerusalem.
A Reuters headline implies that a Palestinian car attacker was the victim of his own terror attack.
Two Palestinian teenage girls are shot while carrying out a terror attack in Jerusalem. The Daily Mail’s headline portrays them as victims of Israel.
The Daily Mail’s headline describes the shooting dead of a Palestinian terrorist as “retaliation” for stabbing a female soldier.
The Independent corrects its headline after HonestReporting points out that a Beersheba bus station attack did not take place in Jerusalem.