Two Israeli soldiers got lost using Waze, and then were attacked by armed Palestinians….but you wouldn’t know it from the headlines.
As Israeli Apartheid Week organizers prepare a series of public events demonizing Israel, we examine whether anything they say is actually true. Like it or not, they’ll probably be on your (or your children’s) college campus within the month.
Extremist Israeli Arab MK Haneen Zoabi publishes a series of misleading statements and outright lies about Israel in Newsweek.
When American police shoot a madman with a machete, the headlines say so. But when a terrorist dies in Israel, while IN THE ACT of attacking, the headlines are just plain shocking.
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Wednesday afternoon, Jerusalem. The Damascus Gate, one of the main entrances to Jerusalem’s Old City, a place where crowds of people come every day to work, shop, live and pray. Three Palestinian terrorists approached the Old City, carrying hidden knives, automatic weapons and explosives. When police officers questioned the men about their suspicious behavior, the Palestinians took out…
The real story of how one woman, using HonestReporting’s resources, was able to take on NPR and win. Olivia, wherever you are, good work! You can read the original story with the note from NPR’s ombudsman.
The conflict is viewed through a distorted lens where Palestinian violence is the natural, if not morally justified, response to ‘occupation.’
The Independent wrongly states that the Green Line, agreed in the 1949 armistice, was the line “between Israel and Palestine.”
Why would a journalist leave out 90% of what a source said? Maybe she wanted readers to have a certain impression that might not reflect the reality?