Today’s Top Stories 1. A US Senate report revealed that US taxpayer money was indirectly used to influence Israelis to vote against Benjamin Netanyahu during last year’s Israeli elections. The State Dept. sent money to an organization called OneVoice, which channeled the money to V15 (short for Victory 2015), which raised suspicions in Jerusalem at…
As the Syrian death machine relentlessly rolls on, Tariq Alhomayed hits the nail on the head about Arab hypocrisy. Let us compare Assad to Israel. Let us pause here in front of this state of mad dictatorship, and compare it with what Israel has committed against us in recent times, and I say recent times as…
Fauxtography’s alive and well in the UK. Recently, the BBC was ordered to issue an on-air apology when it failed to authenticate footage from a Bangalore sweat shop in one edition of Panorama. Following that and Johann Hari’s apology for taking liberties with certain quotes, one commentary lays out on how easy it is for journalists —…
A poisonous pen scribbles in South Africa while an old canard resurfaces in Australia.
The Lebanese clear Israel of using radioactive weapons – the Indie fails to acknowledge.
Reuters' Editor-in-Chief finally responds to the "Fauxtography" affair.
The former US President's new book causes controversy.
A Reuters cameraman takes part in rock-throwing attacks against Israeli security forces.
North Korea's nuclear test prompts false comparisons with Israel's own nuclear capabilities.
The South African politician and anti-Zionist compares Israel with Nazism.