At a Paris anti-terror rally, the BBC’s Tim Willcox causes outrage when he suggests that “Palestinians suffer greatly at Jewish hands.”
Four years before the French terror attack, the Paris Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Bruce Crumley, published a surprising column, writing that it is wrong to provoke Muslims.
HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl says that year after year journalists use the story of Christmas to accuse Israel of abusing its Palestinian population.
Lara Marlowe in the Irish Times whitewashes Hamas responsibility for the Gaza conflict in a blatant example of opinions disguised as news.
Why couldn’t you call it an ‘attack’?” I continued. His response? “You’ve got to be kidding me? One word? Are you brain dead?”
The Independent’s paparazzi story on Angelina Jolie’s wedding to Brad Pitt implies that Jon Voight was not invited due to his pro-Israel views.
UPDATE 7:35 p.m.: This is more serious than one tweet. Andrew Beaujon reports that AP’s reviewing its twitter procedures over another bungled tweet (also revised), which links to this article. Beaujon adds that there was a third tweet (unrelated to the Mideast) that AP had to revise this week. * * * As the Twitterverse watches…
Today’s Top Stories 1. The IDF released its findings on the shelling of a UN school in Beit Hanoun, in which 15 Palestinians were killed. The Jerusalem Post reports: . . . Hamas terrorists fired at the army from within the school complex. The terrorists fired anti-tank missiles at soldiers, the army added. The…
The news show “Democracy Now” promotes itself as a liberal look at the news. But when did the word “liberal” equate to “anti-Israel?” Democracy Now reports on the “Israeli assault on Gaza” without any mention of Hamas rockets or terrorist tunnels.
UK medical journal The Lancet, publishes an open letter from politicized anti-Israel doctors attacking Israel’s military operation in Gaza.