Building plans for existing Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem kick up a new media frenzy.
On 24 December, Israeli father-of-seven Meir Chai, 45, was murdered in a terror attack in the West Bank. This act of murder received scant coverage in the international media (irrespective of the timing during the holiday season). The Israeli response, however, which saw three terrorists responsible for the fatal attack killed in an IDF raid, generated some disgraceful headlines, which HonestReporting…
Headlines misrepresent IDF actions against terrorist murderers.
How did the media report building plans for a Jerusalem suburb?
When do journalists become experts in “international law”? The Times’s James Hider writes an analysis piece “Geneva Conventions give the lie to Israeli stance on new settlements“. Putting aside one’s personal views on the desirability or otherwise of Israeli settlements, it is a particularly inappropriate turn of phrase in the headline to accuse Israel of lying.…
Australia’s 60 Minutes deliberately sets out to portray all Israeli settlers as extremists.
Walter Rodgers goes far beyond a simple debate over settlements.
A six month study of the New York Times shows a bias toward the Palestinian narrative.
Incendiary headlines and a cynical op-ed contort the “Judenrein” term.
Huffington Post falsely equates Israel with Neda’s murderers.