Today’s Top Stories 1. Palestinians denounced UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for acknowledging Jewish ties to the Temple Mount. What does it say about the Palestinians that a comment like this should get their leaders in such a tizzy? Speaking to Israel Radio on Friday, Guterres reportedly said that it is “completely clear that the Temple…
The International Business Times republishes blatant Palestinian lies and propaganda statistics relating to Israeli “raids on Al-Aqsa mosque.”
A Washington Post fact-check of John Kerry’s speech erroneously calls the Western Wall Judaism’s holiest site. HonestReporting gets the correction.
We had a busy year, with media critiques, news roundups, videos, graphics, social media posts, news literacy articles, and new foreign language content monitoring Brazilian and French media. As 2016 draws to a close, here’s a look back at the top 10 pieces of content that had our growing readership buzzing. You can follow HR…
The Independent responds to HonestReporting’s request to correct a photo caption that erroneously referred to the Western Wall as Judaism’s holiest site.
The Associated Press erroneously claims the Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest site. HonestReporting gets the correction.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Either the mullahs stashed the iridium-192 for their own nefarious reasons, or someone really stole enough radioactive material from the Bushehr nuclear facility to make a dirty bomb. Asharq al-Awsat reports the material disappeared during transportation. I hope the Mossad dunnit . . . 2. Israel’s Security Cabinet approved the purchase…
Unlike the impression given by the IBT, Jews are not looking to pray at a mosque, Islamic holy site, or Muslim sanctuary, but at the holiest site in Judaism, the Temple Mount.
Makdisi is calling for universities to be made safer places for students to freely express their views – yet it is radical anti-Israel activists like himself who make Jewish and pro-Israel students feel intimidated and unsafe standing up for their views and for the Jewish state.
The New York Times’ obituary for Shimon Peres falsely claims that Ariel Sharon’s visit to the Temple Mount was responsible for the Second Intifada.