The BBC publishes a shocking headline in response to a fatal Palestinian stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City.
The New York Times’s Diaa Hadid claims that the death of Israeli driver Alexander Levlovich in a Palestinian rock throwing attack was an “accident.”
Some media managed to make a real muck up over coverage of disturbances on the Temple Mount.
An Israeli driver is killed as a result of a Palestinian stoning attack in Jerusalem yet the New York Times headline places the incident in the “West Bank.”
The Telegraph changes its headline that suggested that Israel’s planned security fence on its Jordan border was aimed at keeping Syrian refugees out.
Reuters’ headline on Israeli discussions on how to deal with Palestinian stone throwers morphs into a threat to shoot Palestinian minors.
Both the New York Times and Irish Times headlines omit vital context leaving readers to believe Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian without cause.
The New York Times headlines the story about a Palestinian terrorist killed by Israeli soldiers he attacked in such a way as to indicate he was killed for no reason, and runs an accompanying photo of his weeping family
A Palestinian stone-thrower dies after IDF soldiers respond by firing back. Some of the media headlines distort the story.
This weekend, a Palestinian armed with a machine gun opened fire at soldiers on a Jordan Valley checkpoint. The soldiers returned fire, and the Palestinian died. An unfortunately all-too familiar story. Most people will only know the basic info of what happened by skimming the headlines in their local paper or social media feed. That’s why…