Following a vehicular terror attack in London, the AP lists other countries that have suffered similar attacks. But which country gets missed out?
Today’s Top Stories 1. Israelis came out in the thousands to lay to rest the four soldiers killed in yesterday’s Palestinian truck ramming attack in Jerusalem. The four soldiers were Lt. Yael Yekutiel of Givatayim, Cadet Shir Hajaj of Maaleh Adumim, Cadet Shira Tzur from Haifa, and Cadet Erez Orbach from Alon Shvut. All four…
What’s going on at The Independent? A headline and article text refer to Palestinian terrorists as… terrorists.
The National Post responds to HonestReporting and changes a headline that referred to the murder of Hallel Yaffa Ariel as “what Israel calls a terrorist attack.”
Today’s Top Stories 1. A pair of Palestinians opened fire on Israelis in a cafe in Tel Aviv Sarona Market last night, killing four people and wounding 16. The market is located across the street from the IDF’s headquarters. Hamas claimed the gunmen were its members. The four victims of the Tel Aviv shooting attack were…
A Palestinian terror attack on the Sarona market in Tel Aviv prompts some serious media fails in the immediate aftermath.
The Independent reporting on a Palestinian terror attack, refers to Tel Aviv as Israel’s capital. HonestReporting prompts a correction.
New Zealand’s Broadcasting Standards Authority rules that Jerusalem’s Old City is not located in Israel.
A Palestinian car ramming attack injures IDF soldiers. A Euronews headline erroneously states that it was the Palestinian car that was rammed.
The Times of London’s headline describes a neutralized Palestinian terrorist as a “helpless man.”