It’s been two months since the current wave of terror began, and the media outlets are still confused about victims and terrorists. On Sunday, three Palestinian terrorists attempted to stab Israelis in unrelated attacks, killing one woman. The terrorists were killed in self-defense. The New York Times initial headline (since changed): 1 Israeli and 3 Palestinians…
The Palestinian wave of terror is misrepresented in biased media headlines as Israeli aggression towards Palestinians.
Some of the latest examples of poor or biased reporting on the wave of Palestinian terror unleashed on Israel’s citizens.
As a wave of Palestinian terror continues to escalate, some media have joined in the assault on Israelis.
The UN’s about to release its report on the Gaza War.
An op-ed in the New York Times from a British diplomat treats Palestinian terror and Israeli countermeasures as morally equivalent.
Is the terrorist murder of a 3-month-old Israeli morally equivalent to the death of a Palestinian youth throwing a Molotov cocktail? It is according to CNN.
As Hamas breaks a ceasefire with a volley of rockets into Israel, some media portray Israel as the aggressor through biased headlines or missing context.
Guardian Cartoonist Steve Bell, winner of one of HR’s Dishonest Reporting Awards in 2012, is no stranger to anti-Israel bias. Even so, his latest “commentary” about the funeral of the three Israeli teens murdered by Hamas terrorists pushes the envelope on cynicism and a lack of compassion. The cartoon shows a giant scale with the…
Palestinian incitement? The Israeli government’s incitement index could be shoved in veteran CBC correspondent Neil MacDonald’s face and he wouldn’t recognize it for what it is. Instead, he spins it this way to fit his world view: Netanyahu also seems to be saying there can be no deal unless Palestinians stop saying nasty things about…