A New York Times op-ed uses distortions and outright fabrications to create the false impression that Israel is destroying Arab communities. The facts tell a different story.
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We go to the scene of one of five terror attacks in the last 24 hours. And we ask: why are the headlines disconnected from reality? HonestReporting’s Daniel Pomerantz goes directly to the scene of the attack, just minutes from our offices in the heart of Jerusalem. (Thumbnail photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
In a New York Times article about Israelis response to two alleged attacks by Jewish teens against Palestinians (“After Attacks, Israeli Schools Confront Hate,”) we are told by a Palestinian student that: “People are taught to hate, so they hate.” Despite the fact that the speaker was portraying Israelis as being taught to hate Palestinians,…
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Time cover story claims decadent Israelis no longer care about peace.
A long term analysis of the BBC reveals a subtle bias.
Reuters' Editor-in-Chief finally responds to the "Fauxtography" affair.
Our sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
AP apparently mis-captions an unregulated weapon as a child's "toy"; also, an ulterior motive for the Geneva Accord lacks publication.