NPR’s failed attempt to explain settlements is offensive to Jewish victims of ethnic cleansing and an embarrassment to journalism.
The year began amid a wave of Palestinian car-ramming, stabbing and shooting attacks. But Israel was largely a peripheral part of the year’s biggest stories: Donald Trump, Brexit, Russia’s rise, violence in Syria, and Islamic terror attacks in Europe. We thank our readers for their nominations and thoughts on 2016. Here are the runner-up winners.…
National Public Radio takes a nice look at the issue of relocating the US embassy to Jerusalem. Unfortunately, Daniel Estrin’s dispatch assumes Jewish ties to eastern Jerusalem only began in 1967. The western part of Jerusalem is almost entirely Jewish. The eastern part of the city was entirely Arab when Israel captured it in the…
NPR’s public ombudsman explains how an error-strewn map that replaced Israel with “Palestine” came to be published, crediting HonestReporting for its removal.
NPR publishes an image where Israel has been replaced by “Palestine.” But is this an intentional snub or a politically incorrect map of the Muslim world?
In response to recent criticism, NPR produces a positive story on Israeli terror victims. It still, however, needed a correction secured by HonestReporting.
NPR’s ombudsman responds to HonestReporting readers by acknowledging an error in a broadcast by Emily Harris.
The Palestinian wave of terror is misrepresented in biased media headlines as Israeli aggression towards Palestinians.
Failing to challenge Palestinian assertions, NPR’s Emily Harris interviews the family of a Palestinian whom a previous interviewee falsely claimed was dead.
Ignoring a new Hamas power grab, NPR claims Israel is trying to starve Gaza.