“The Dueling Narratives of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” is an attempt to provide journalistic “balance” on a story where none exists.
It is part of a larger wave of biased reporting that sees “The Return of Casualty Figures as a Moral Barometer.” In other words, the simple belief that the side with the greater number of casualties is necessarily the side with the greater moral claim.
The New York Times incorrectly describes the Western Wall rather than the Temple Mount, as Judaism’s holiest site.
Nathan Thrall’s column in the New York Times is no more than propaganda.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Deadly terror strikes Beersheba central bus station. An Israeli Bedouin armed with a pistol and knife killed a soldier, stole his gun, and shot at least ten other people before being killed by security. In the aftermath, police killed an Eritrean refugee, wrongly believing he was a second gunman, leading to headlines…
The way news spreads through the Internet guarantees that once a major publication publishes an error, no correction will be able to stop it from spreading. The Irish Times has now published the original New York Times story without the correction. And odds are against them being the only ones to do so.
The New York Times’s Diaa Hadid claims that the death of Israeli driver Alexander Levlovich in a Palestinian rock throwing attack was an “accident.”
An Israeli driver is killed as a result of a Palestinian stoning attack in Jerusalem yet the New York Times headline places the incident in the “West Bank.”
Today’s Top Stories 1. Did the Arab Spring hit Gaza this weekend? Gaza beach corn vendor attempts suicide after Hamas ‘harassment’ 2. Switzerland “expressed regret” after its ambassador to Iran displayed a tasteless cartoon of peace doves defecating on Prime Minister Netanyahu. Ambassador Giulio Haas was addressing businessmen in Zurich, encouraging them to invest in…
The New York Times turns an Islamic Jihad terrorist into a social media activist.