The Financial Times covers tensions in Jerusalem adopting the Palestinian narrative and erasing the Jewish status of the Temple Mount.
Did Israeli soldiers murder a Palestinian leader at a peaceful protest? Did Israeli settlers set fire to a Palestinian mosque?
The death of Palestinian official Ziad Abu Ein at a supposedly peaceful protest creates a media storm. But just how did he die?
Listen to Yarden Frankl on the Voice of Israel by clicking on the image above or on this link to play. Foreign correspondents covering elections in Israel have no problem labeling Israeli politicians as ‘hawks’ or ‘extremists.’ Yet despite his incitement-laced tirades, PA head Mahmoud Abbas is always referred to as a “moderate.” …
Reuters writes about how there are many Arabs who live in predominantly Jewish neighborhoods of Jerusalem. Of course, that’s not how these places are described. Instead Reuters calls them “Jewish settlements on occupied land in East Jerusalem.” The article also mentions that recently some Arabs have been leaving these places because of a “surge of…
Writing in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, author Nathan Filer describes his awkward wedding proposal to his girlfriend Emily. It was awkward because he was forced to reveal the engagement ring he had purchased when a security official at Ben Gurion Airport forced him to empty his pockets. They were detained by security and…
The Independent posts a video of Palestinian protests from 2011 while claiming it to be recent footage.
Sky News reports on Amnesty’s accusations of Israeli “war crimes” in Gaza, yet fails, unlike other media outlets, to include an Israeli response.
In “Remnants of War Become Art in Gaza,” AFP promotes a “feel good” human interest story. The article describes how Palestinians in Gaza are turning remnants of the military conflict into art.
While the New York Times talks about the plight of patients at Gazan hospitals, they are leaving out crucial information.