Media publish headlines on the sentencing of Israeli soldier Elor Azaria yet refer, with no context, to the Palestinian terrorist as a “suspect” or a “wounded man.”
The LA Times is entitled to its opinions in defense of anti-Semitism, harassment, threats and intimidation, but the United States Supreme Court, the U.S. Constitution, and almost the entirety of Western civilization, disagree.
Makdisi is calling for universities to be made safer places for students to freely express their views – yet it is radical anti-Israel activists like himself who make Jewish and pro-Israel students feel intimidated and unsafe standing up for their views and for the Jewish state.
An LA Times book review by former Middle East correspondent Nicholas Goldberg erroneously refers to Gaza being occupied for nearly 50 years.
Boycotting Israel Isn’t Free Speech.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Deadly terror strikes Beersheba central bus station. An Israeli Bedouin armed with a pistol and knife killed a soldier, stole his gun, and shot at least ten other people before being killed by security. In the aftermath, police killed an Eritrean refugee, wrongly believing he was a second gunman, leading to headlines…
As a wave of Palestinian terror continues to escalate, some media have joined in the assault on Israelis.
Maher Abukhater’s coverage of the Temple Mount disturbances for the LA Times misses out vital context and promotes a false narrative.
The LA Times’s headline erroneously states that a Palestinian terrorist involved in a Tel Aviv bus stabbing is dead. HonestReporting gets the correction.
As Israel grieves for the loss of three teens murdered by Hamas terrorists, we expose some of the media’s worst reporting.