It was a clear-cut case of self-defense. And Reuters blew it. Imagine you’re a headline writer and a story reaches your desk that a Palestinian has infiltrated settlement farm in the Hebron Hills and stabbed an Israeli man in front of his horrified family. The victim managed to shoot the terrorist, who was subsequently…
The National Post responds to HonestReporting and changes a headline that referred to the murder of Hallel Yaffa Ariel as “what Israel calls a terrorist attack.”
Australian media outlets Sydney Morning Herald and The Age attribute a Palestinian terror attack in Tel Aviv to “well-dressed men.”
The Independent reporting on a Palestinian terror attack, refers to Tel Aviv as Israel’s capital. HonestReporting prompts a correction.
A Palestinian car ramming attack injures IDF soldiers. A Euronews headline erroneously states that it was the Palestinian car that was rammed.
While reporting on a decline in the number of Palestinian terror attacks, the Financial Times’s headline refers to “Israel attacks.”
Another Palestinian terror attack, another headline fail, this time from Australia’s ABC News.
CNN article on Palestinian terror attack seems unsure about whether the “terrorist” “murdered” a civilian.
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.
Whomever was in charge of the headline should have made clear that the Palestinian girl not only HAD a knife, but she was killed while attempting to USE the knife