Fairfax Media’s chief political correspondent Mark Kenny unleashes a hate-filled attack on Israel in the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Success as the Sydney Morning Herald corrects its Tel Aviv error following an HonestReporting complaint to the Australian Press Council.
Help us to get the Sydney Morning Herald to correct a Tel Aviv capital error after its refusal to make the change.
A Reuters report falsely implies that Tel Aviv is Israel’s center of power and government, an error republished by multiple media outlets.
The year began amid a wave of Palestinian car-ramming, stabbing and shooting attacks. But Israel was largely a peripheral part of the year’s biggest stories: Donald Trump, Brexit, Russia’s rise, violence in Syria, and Islamic terror attacks in Europe. We thank our readers for their nominations and thoughts on 2016. Here are the runner-up winners.…
This is what Palestinian incitement has come to as Fatah rips off an anti-Semitic cartoon originally published by the Sydney Morning Herald during the 2014 Gaza conflict.
Australian media outlets Sydney Morning Herald and The Age attribute a Palestinian terror attack in Tel Aviv to “well-dressed men.”
A Sydney Morning Herald op-ed charges Australia with being guilty of double standards on human rights because the country fails to consistently condemn Israeli settlements.
It’s been two months since the current wave of terror began, and the media outlets are still confused about victims and terrorists. On Sunday, three Palestinian terrorists attempted to stab Israelis in unrelated attacks, killing one woman. The terrorists were killed in self-defense. The New York Times initial headline (since changed): 1 Israeli and 3 Palestinians…
Some of the latest examples of poor or biased reporting on the wave of Palestinian terror unleashed on Israel’s citizens.