The NY Times publishes a feature article examining Palestinian incitement.
A NY Times staff-ed mostly blames you-know-who for the impasse of peace efforts. The Gray Lady’s entitled to its views, but screwing up the facts is unforgivable. As part of the negotiating process, Mr. Netanyahu agreed to release 104 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails over nine months rather than halt settlement construction. But when Mr.…
Comments and the roar of the crowd after announcing the New York Times won the 2013 Dishonest Reporting Award and other runners up. 1. The danger of forgetting that not everyone knows the nickname you’re talking about. From: . . .@. . .com Date: Thu, Dec 26, 2013 Subj: Re: A Year of Biased Reporting:…
After bludgeoning Israel, the NYT wins the Dishonest Reporting Award.
Is the paper genuinely concerned with getting the story right?
The NY Times admits the error.
Only a week ago, the New York Times launched an attack on Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu in a staff editorial, accusing him of generating “hysterical opposition” to an Iranian nuclear deal. It seems that the NY Times just can’t let go. In a fresh attack, the NY Times’ latest editorial concludes with the following: President…
The NY Times twists its knife in the back of the Jewish state.
The NYT accuses Netanyahu of “hysterical opposition.”
Should Alaa Al Aswany be given a platform in the paper of record?