Does The Guardian buy into Palestinian claims that Israel and the Jewish people have no spiritual or historical connection to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount?
An official paper published Monday by the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Information in Ramallah, claiming that the Western Wall belongs to Muslims and is an integral part of Al-Aqsa Mosque and Haram al-Sharif (the Islamic term for the Temple Mount complex, meaning the Noble Sanctuary) barely deserves a response. Other than to demonstrate just how low…
Building plans for existing Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem kick up a new media frenzy.
Did the FT conveniently forget about Jerusalem when it appointed Tel Aviv as Israel’s seat of political power?
Writing in weekday sister paper The Herald, The Scottish Sunday Herald’s Foreign Editor, David Pratt produces a particularly nasty and vitriolic commentary in the context of British Foreign Secretary William Hague’s visit to Israel and the resulting row over the issuing of arrest warrants on Israeli politicians visiting the UK: It is criminal how Britain grovels to…
A video report uses a misleading headline while the narration conveniently omits a stone throwing incident.
Exclusive: Tuvia Grossman Interviewed by HonestReporting On September 30, 2000, The New York Times, Associated Press and other major media outlets published a photo of a young man — bloodied and battered — crouching beneath a club-wielding Israeli policeman. The caption identified him as a Palestinian victim of Israeli brutality — with the clear implication that the…
Yahoo uses iPhone weather application to make a political statement.
A look at the key context and realities behind a US-Israeli dispute over Jerusalem.
The Economist misrepresents a municipal plan to improve the lives of Jerusalem’s Arab residents.