The New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren was recently the guest of a Voice of Israel radio show. Host Josh Hasten asked her about criticism she has received that the Times’ coverage of Israel was biased. Her response was that media watchdog groups were not really basing their criticisms on objective standards. Rather,…
With A-listers such as Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Madonna, and Alicia Keys refusing to be bullied into canceling their shows in Israel, the BDS has apparently shifted strategies. Instead of launching campaigns against artists after they schedule performances in Israel, which has proven ineffective, BDSers now go after artists who are rumored to come,…
Brian Williams — the same person who has been suspended by NBC news for lying — went to speak with an Israeli couple whose son was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist. But all he really wanted was footage of crazy, gun-toting settlers.
HonestReporting’s Yarden Frankl runs down the good, the bad, and the ugly of media coverage of Israel. This week — a take-down of Roger Waters, CNN looks to J-Street, and how NBC News “framed” a couple whose child was murdered.
An article in The Independent contains multiple examples of flawed and biased anti-Israel journalism.
The BBC’s Tim Willcox tells a lady at Paris anti-terror rally that “Jewish Hands” are the cause of Palestinian suffering. Please register your complaint with the BBC. Click here for the BBC Complaints page. Choose options BBC News – TV News – BBC News Channel and then add “Coverage of Paris Rally” to…
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.