While the real story is about three Israeli high schoolers who were abducted by the terrorist group Hamas, many in the media prefer to make the story about the settlements. Others ask why they were hitchhiking anyway, as if to blame the victims for the crime. Image: CC BY-SA HonestReporting, flickr/dhannah
The NY Times admits the error.
The NY Times twists its knife in the back of the Jewish state.
USA Today parrots the BDS movement’s charges against Israel.
An Israeli is stabbed to death in a terror attack.
In a New York Times article about Israelis response to two alleged attacks by Jewish teens against Palestinians (“After Attacks, Israeli Schools Confront Hate,”) we are told by a Palestinian student that: “People are taught to hate, so they hate.” Despite the fact that the speaker was portraying Israelis as being taught to hate Palestinians,…
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has finally issued its ruling on a Palestinian tourism ad that erased Israel from the map.
Why does the media not show the same skepticism towards Palestinian libels as it does towards official Israeli statements?
Did a Palestinian demonstrator really die from inhaling tear gas or is this yet another Big Lie?
Is the Washington Post guilty of publishing anti-Israel propaganda?