The Daily Telegraph fails to include context leading to the false impression that Israeli police “stormed” the al-Aqsa Mosque.
Sky News reports on Amnesty’s accusations of Israeli “war crimes” in Gaza, yet fails, unlike other media outlets, to include an Israeli response.
Even though SodaStream’s decision to close its controversial West Bank factory appears to be motivated primarily by financial considerations, not pressure from the BDS, it’s hard to discount the BDS campaign entirely. SodaStream has been one of the most visible BDS targets during the past year, especially after the company tapped one of Hollywood’s hottest…
Today’s Top Stories 1. Already strained US-Israel ties became even more frayed when an anonymous “senior Obama administration official” launched unusual and undiplomatic attack on Benjamin Netanyahu. Here’s what he told Jeffrey Goldberg: “The thing about Bibi is, he’s a chickenshit,” this official said, referring to the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, by his nickname. …
Now’s the time to vote for the Dishonest Reporter of 2014. It’s our annual recognition of the year’s most skewed and biased coverage of Israel and the Mideast conflict. Make your voice heard and we’ll announce the ignoble winners by the end of the year. Vote for one reporter or news service, along with a…
The New York Times allows Israeli Arab journalist Rula Jebreal to deliberately portray Israel as institutionally racist towards its Arab minority.
The occupation of the son of a columnist is more significant than the admiration of reporter for Yasser Arafat? #Double Standards at the New York Times
The New York Times published an opinion piece by Ali Jarbawi (“Palestine’s Nuclear Option“) in which he claims that Mahmoud Abbas has made numerous concessions to Israel but has gotten nothing in return. We wonder what these concessions are?
A New York Times opinion piece, published on the Jewish New Year, portrays a distorted Israeli society that silences all dissent.
Within weeks of the end of the Gaza conflict, the New York Times omits certain key events and uses questionable language to describe the way the conflict began.