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.
The second part of our long-term study.
Now that the West has decided to work with a Palestinian “unity” government, Hamas is being mentioned often in the media. In order to briefly tell readers who Hamas is, most articles include a short description. Typical are: “…backed by the Islamist militant group Hamas,which the United States and Israel have branded a terrorist organization.” (Washington Post) “…Hamas, a militant Islamic…
Three major newspapers’ Israel coverage compared.
Once again, it all started when Israel fired back.
Early Sunday morning, five Katyusha rockets were fired from south Lebanon, two of which landed in northern Israel near the town of Kiryat Shmona. Israel launched some 20 artillery shells at the source of the rocket fire – a firm yet limited response. So how then did Israel’s limited retaliation morph into these headlines? This…