CNN reports on a terrorist incident but fails to tell its readers who the seemingly anonymous terrorist was.
You know there’s a problem when an anchor has to correct an eyewitness correspondent on live TV. Ayman Moyheldin’s and NBC News bias are brutally exposed.
CNN’s headline stated that Jewish holy site Joseph’s Tomb simply “caught fire” even though it was torched by a Palestinian mob.
The Associated Press asks why Palestinian residents of Jerusalem are involved in terror but omits some important facts and context.
An Op-Ed in the New York Times claims that Israelis don’t care about the brutal murders of an eighteen month old Palestinian baby and a 16 year old Israeli girl.
It’s tough to decide which is more misleading: The AFP headline or the picture under it.
Time Magazine fails to include any mention of a Palestinian rocket attack from Gaza that prompted retaliatory Israeli air strikes.
With just five words, “after attacking officers with knives,” the NYT could have let those who skim headlines know what actually happened.
In an editorial entitled Keeping Palestinians Hopes Alive, the New York Times cites the reelection of Prime Minister Netanyahu as dealing a crushing blow to peace, an end to Palestinian hopes for an independent state. The only way forward is to freeze Israel out of the process. While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dealt a grievous…
Guest poster Brenda Yablon argues that Nicholas Kristof’s report from Gaza for the New York Times is sloppy, lazy journalism.