A closer look at Reuters’ photos of last week’s Lebanese border skirmish raises some troubling questions.
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
Why does the Daily Telegraph choose to reuse an image from the 2009 Gaza conflict to inaccurately portray the present day?
Days after being caught cropping photos for political effect, Reuters releases a photo bank of Hamas propaganda images from Gaza.
Reuters is once again exposed doctoring photos to change the images of the Gaza flotilla “peace activists”.
CNN fails to provide any Israeli reaction to a flawed Amnesty report.
Will the media never learn? In March 2009, Ha’aretz published a story alleging “war crimes” and serious ethical failures on the part of the IDF in Gaza. Predictably, many international media outlets repeated the allegations without bothering to do any rudimentary checks. Subsequently, it was revealed that the soldiers’ testimonies were based on nothing more than rumors…
The media rushes to promote another report based on unverifiable allegations from Gaza.
Comparing Israel to the Nazis or attempting to draw false parallels with the deliberate genocide of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust is a tactic regularly deployed by anti-Israel activists despite being classified as anti-Semitism under the EU’s own working definition. Two recent incendiary headlines illustrate this point by implying that Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has adopted…
Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.