A photo feature in the Telegraph on “The world’s most beautiful mosques” places the Al-Aqsa Mosque in “Jerusalem, Palestine.”
Yarden Frankl of HonestReporting joins VOI’s Josh Hasten to discuss a New York Times editorial biased in support of the Palestinians.
Our Watchdog of the Week prompts the NY Times to change a headline.
Now that the UN boosted the Palestinian status to “non-member observer state,” what does this mean for Big Media descriptions of the new-and-improved Palestinian entity? The Daily Telegraph‘s Alex Spillius lists the possible references, but finds shortcomings in them all. Palestine: “There has in fact never been a nation state called Palestine. The Holy Land…
The campaign against the BBC continues.
Give the BBC a gold medal for anti-Israel bias.
Assad believes the Western media can be manipulated to serve the Syrian regime.
Why has an Israeli video explaining the history and legal status of the West Bank upset the Palestinians? Could the real story be a threat to the distorted Palestinian narrative?
I agree with a lot of points Tom Friedman makes about Israeli concerns over Egypt. But he puzzles me with this comment: To put it bluntly, if Israelis tell themselves that Egypt’s unrest proves why Israel cannot make peace with the Palestinian Authority, then they will be talking themselves into becoming an apartheid state —…
Khaled Abu Toameh (via Elder of Ziyon) explains the honesty gap exposed by the PaliLeaks. It says a lot that the PA can’t be straight with the Palestinian people: It is no secret that most of the Arab governments do not represent their constituents, at least in regard to making peace with Israel. If Arab…