Today’s Top Stories 1. A violent holiday and day-after. This morning, an Israeli woman escaped a near-lynching after a Palestinian mob stoned her car near Tekoa. Rivi Lev Ohayon explained her escape to YNet while other eyewitnesses described what they saw to the Times of Israel. Also this morning, a Palestinian stabbed and lightly wounded…
The world’s leading wire service, the Associated Press, can’t seem to name a flashpoint holy site revered by millions of Jews, Christians, and Muslims around the world. What gives? Last November, the PLO warned foreign reporters not to use the words “Temple Mount” when referring to the Jerusalem esplanade that houses the Al-Aqsa mosque and…
Shayna Abramson was at the scene in Jerusalem of Guardian journalist Kate Shuttleworth’s error-strewn story and reveals how the reality was twisted.
The Guardian carelessly confuses one of the victims of a Palestinian terror attack with the terrorist who carried out the attack.
The BBC publishes a shocking headline in response to a fatal Palestinian stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Today’s Top Stories 1. The Palestinians are trying to expel Magen David Adom from the International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. The reason? Ambulances operating in the West Bank using a Jewish star emblem — rather than a neutral diamond shape — supposedly violate Geneva convention protocols. 2. The BBC apologized for…
An Israeli driver is killed as a result of a Palestinian stoning attack in Jerusalem yet the New York Times headline places the incident in the “West Bank.”
Yarden discusses the attacks on participants in the Jerusalem Pride and Tolerance March and an Arab family. Are these the acts of a select few or the product of a “culture of hate?”
BBC Panorama goes off the rails as filmmaker Adam Wishart uses the Jerusalem Light Rail to negatively portray Israel’s sovereignty over its capital.
A photo feature in the Telegraph on “The world’s most beautiful mosques” places the Al-Aqsa Mosque in “Jerusalem, Palestine.”