The Washington Post erroneously states that the US considers Jewish settlements to be illegal.
The Irish Independent promotes a photo exhibition that fails to give any real insight or depth into different facets of Palestinians’ lives, instead demonizing Israelis while depicting all Palestinians as their innocent victims.
The Herald Scotland claimed that “human rights worker” Margaret Pacetta was detained by Israeli authorities at the airport. But she is actually an activist engaged in violent acts that endanger Israeli lives. The only question is, why did it take Israel so long to finally deport her?
Who gets to decide whether Jerusalem is Israel’s capital city?
CNN published a furious rage against Israel by Amer Zahr, who the network describes as “a Palestinian-American comedian and adjunct professor at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.” But Zahr’s delusional tirade is far from funny.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Egypt wants to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, as Egypt’s foreign minister continues his significant visit to Israel. 2. Israel’s Shin Bet security service discovering increasing links to Islamic State among terrorists who target Israel, both domestically and via infiltration into Gaza. 3. U.S. House passes measure to block Boeing sales to Iran. Israel and the…
Today’s Top Stories 1. Continuing developments from PM Netanyahu’s Africa tour: Tanzania will open an embassy in Israel and Israel promises to help Kenya build a wall to keep out terrorists. 2. Abbas calls on UN Security Council to reject the Quartet report because it mentions Palestinian glorification of violence against Israelis. PA calls to boycott Quartet. 3. After arresting…
The Associated Press minimizes the number of Palestinian terror attacks and leaves out historical context.
Reporting on a Palestinian terror attack on a Tel Aviv market, the New Zealand Herald performs a startling inversion of morality; casting hero as villain and terrorist as victim.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Eighty-three out of one hundred US Senators have signed a letter to President Obama urging an increase in military aid to Israel. The current package is $3 billion of credits that are used primarily to purchase military items from American defense contractors. An increase would be used to maintain Israel’s qualitative…