The New York Times features Israel’s security barrier but leaves the false impression that the structure is entirely a wall.
The New York Times uses a photo of Israeli girls playing with IDF weaponry without proper context, to illustrate a story on fissures between the military and political echelons in Israel.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Eleven people still hospitalized, 1 critical, after bus bombing in Jerusalem. CNN called the terrorist bombing a “Bus Fire,” but changed its headline after a post and complaint by HonestReporting. HonestReporting has launched a petition in response to call CNN to account. Please sign here. 2. Following earthquakes, Israeli aid workers head to Japan and Ecuador. 3. Washington…
Today’s Top Stories 1. A Palestinian man attacked an IDF soldier in the West Bank with an ax, before troops shot and killed him. Earlier, two 12-year-old Palestinian boys were arrested in Jerusalem’s Old City after police discovered three knives concealed in one of their coats. 2. Mohamed Abrini, who has admitted he was the “man in…
The New York Times’s Diaa Hadid implies that there is something nefarious about Israeli security measures designed to limit their impact on the wider Palestinian population.
Examining the concept of “homeland” within the American context, James Traub in the New York Times claims that Jews gained a homeland in 1948 while Palestinians lost theirs.
New York Times fails to mention that a Palestinian woman charged by Israel happens to belong to a terrorist organization.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel’s security establishment is furious with cabinet minister Yuval Steinitz after he disclosed that Egypt flooded Hamas tunnels at Israel’s request. Overnight Friday, Egypt flooded 10 tunnels, using pipes to pump water from the Mediterranean Sea and bring about their collapse. An additional tunnel was exposed Friday, presumed to have…
There are two legal frameworks in the territories because that’s what international law demands.
In other words, Hadid sat down with the people being evicted and wrote up their stories without making the effort to check them against other evidence.