The events of the past few days have generated some horrendous headlines. Here are just a few that we spotted.
Why is it that the New York Times still cannot distinguish the moral differences between Palestinian terror and Israeli measures to defend its citizens?
In the hours after the terrible terrorist attack near Eilat that left 8 Israelis dead and many more wounded, what was the BBC’s headline story?
It’s difficult to know what to make of Dominic Waghorn, Sky News’ Middle East correspondent. On one hand he clearly recognizes the cynicism of Arab regimes that have little regard for the wellbeing of their own citizens. We’ve commended him when he has acknowledged the double standards that mark the reporting on Israel compared to…
When the media fails to make a distinction between Hamas’s aggression and Israel’s defense, it leaves out the essential element of the story that allows people to make sense of what’s happening.
Editors have indulged in selective reporting or under reporting of important stories from Israel. Did you get the full picture?
This headline in The Guardian suggests real Palestinians were quoted condemning the Itamar massacre. But here’s the extent of the “shock” and “anger” on the Palestinian side of the divide Harriet Sherwood describes: The murder of the Fogel family has devastated Israel, and shocked many Palestinians. The Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, described the killings as “inhuman…
Christiane Amanpour’s six-hour documentary special creates controversy.
The media rushes to conclusions following a tragic incident in Gaza.
Cloudy headlines and rationalization of terror characterize BBC and Reuters coverage of the Negohot attack.