Human Rights Watch’s weapons “expert” suspended following outcry over bizarre “hobby”.
A roundup of commentary on Aftonbladet’s organ harvesting outrage.
A Swedish newspaper publishes disgraceful accusations.
Human Rights Watch finally issues a report on Hamas rocket attacks.
A six month study of the New York Times shows a bias toward the Palestinian narrative.
What has a photo of an ultra-Orthodox demonstrator have to do with building policies in eastern Jerusalem?
Will the media never learn? In March 2009, Ha’aretz published a story alleging “war crimes” and serious ethical failures on the part of the IDF in Gaza. Predictably, many international media outlets repeated the allegations without bothering to do any rudimentary checks. Subsequently, it was revealed that the soldiers’ testimonies were based on nothing more than rumors…
The media rushes to promote another report based on unverifiable allegations from Gaza.
Huffington Post falsely equates Israel with Neda’s murderers.
There has been much analysis and a wide variety of opinions expressed in the media following this week’s meeting in Washington DC between US President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. The Independent, however, stands out from the crowd with a glaring omission. In an article by Donald Macintyre, “Israel goes cold on plan for regional peace…