The New York Times features Israel’s security barrier but leaves the false impression that the structure is entirely a wall.
The Christian Science Monitor misrepresents the nature of Gaza and Israel, even omitting the fact that Gaza shares a border with Egypt.
Why did peace talks fail in 2014? According to the Financial Times, it was all Israel’s fault.
If you work for newspapers, web sites, or TV or radio stations affiliated with terror groups, you’re practicing propaganda, not journalism.
Media manipulation is one of the most unfortunate aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We’ve seen papers blur the distinction between journalism and advocacy, fact-checking failures become fatal, photographers and Palestinians twist reality in mutually beneficial relationships, semantics become politicized and news executives cover up news to protect access. We’ve even seen journalists abuse readers who dared to disagree. None…
The Guardian deliberately edits relevant sections questioning Jewish responsibility for an alleged arson attack from an AFP copy.
Anti-Israel extremist Ben White is given a platform by Newsweek to mislead its readers on the topic of administrative detention.
The Times of London’s Greg Carlstrom ignores the Palestinian terrorist murder of Dafna Meir in favor of a story on Israeli price fixing of school trips to Poland.
Just how far will The Guardian go in order to promote its anti-Israel agenda by making changes to the Associated Press’s original content?
Two Palestinian teenage girls are shot while carrying out a terror attack in Jerusalem. The Daily Mail’s headline portrays them as victims of Israel.