Australia’s Channel 9 News publishes a headline accusing Israel of “executing” a Palestinian knife attacker who is referred to in the story as a “fellow.”
Today’s Top Stories 1. A Palestinian was killed while stabbing an IDF soldier. As usual, Reuters and The New York Times claim that according to Palestinians, the attacks are due to frustration over lack of progress toward a peace process, but ignore the statements that Palestinian leaders communicate domestically: such as encouraging such stabbing to “defend” against unsubstantiated threats to the…
Israel’s Channel 10 News report on international media bias featured the work of HonestReporting. Take a look! CORRECTION: In this video Channel 10 incorrectly referred to a certain headline (“3 Palestinians Shot Dead”) as coming from AP. In fact, that headline came from a different news source.
We go to the scene of one of five terror attacks in the last 24 hours. And we ask: why are the headlines disconnected from reality? HonestReporting’s Daniel Pomerantz goes directly to the scene of the attack, just minutes from our offices in the heart of Jerusalem. (Thumbnail photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
AFP publishes an article celebrating the wives of convicted Palestinian terrorists to mark International Women’s Day.
Even after SodaStream moved out of the West Bank, and even after 600 Palestinians lost their jobs, the BDS movement is still finding excuses to boycott and demonize Israel.
Two Israeli soldiers got lost using Waze, and then were attacked by armed Palestinians….but you wouldn’t know it from the headlines.
Extremist Israeli Arab MK Haneen Zoabi publishes a series of misleading statements and outright lies about Israel in Newsweek.
Wednesday afternoon, Jerusalem. The Damascus Gate, one of the main entrances to Jerusalem’s Old City, a place where crowds of people come every day to work, shop, live and pray. Three Palestinian terrorists approached the Old City, carrying hidden knives, automatic weapons and explosives. When police officers questioned the men about their suspicious behavior, the Palestinians took out…
For a prominent journalist such as Rudoren to endorse language that uses the words “Palestinian assailants” and “Palestinian attackers” is a welcome change. (Although ideally, we would prefer the term “terrorist.”)