A distorted headline, a factual mistake, and downplaying of Palestinian terror
Palestinians attempt to kidnap a NY Times reporter; also, one-dimensional reporting of the Rafah operation.
In the wake of "The Children's Attack," profiles of families victimized by terror deserve to be reprinted broadly.
The New York Times creates a false impression in the headline and lead paragraphs, while burying the most relevant information — that exonerates Israel — far down in the text.
The so-called newspaper of record doctors the words of news sources and equates terrorists with Israeli college students.
Media skepticism surrounds the death of a Fatah terrorist, the demolition of buildings in Gaza, and the capture of the Karine-A weapons boat.
As fighting escalated in and around the West Bank this week, several reporters were quick to blame Israeli troops for shooting up churches in Bethlehem. HonestReporting's review of reports and photos from Bethlehem suggests that these reporters 'jumped the gun.'