We will be filing a complaint with the BBC about these inaccurate remarks. You can join the complain by clicking here. The more people who sign on, the more weight our complaint will carry.
When the NY Times implied that the UNHRC treated all countries equally, we showed how they were factually incorrect. Please take a moment to sign our letter to the Times’ Public Editor
Israel is currently engaged in a defensive military operation. Its aim is to protect Israeli citizens from rocket attack and the threat of Hamas terrorism. In reporting on the conflict, the media have an obligation to make this clear to the public.
An anti-Semitic cartoon fails to prompt any soul searching.
The EU removes its definition of anti-Semitism.
You signed and we delivered our petition to the UN in Jerusalem.
Badawi has proven unreliable as a source of information by using her Twitter account to spread false and harmful information about Israel.
Richard Silverstein’s interest in HonestReporting’s petition for Khulood Badawi’s dismissal shows his inability to get the facts straight. On Planet Silverstein, HonestReporting conspires with the Israeli government, NGOs, and bloggers like Avi Mayer — who blew the whistle on Badawi’s photo being from 2006: Mayer passed the story off to Ron Prosor, Israel’s UN ambassador,…
Now is the time to let the UN know there is no place for people who post false and damaging propaganda.
Is The Guardian more concerned about its reputation than dealing with the real issue?