Despite reports that a explosion on a Jerusalem bus was a terrorist bomb, CNN’s headline refers to a “bus fire.”
Foreign Policy magazine misleadingly refers to the Hamas terrorist organization as a “Palestinian resistance group” on a photo caption.
Israel’s Channel 10 News report on international media bias featured the work of HonestReporting. Take a look! CORRECTION: In this video Channel 10 incorrectly referred to a certain headline (“3 Palestinians Shot Dead”) as coming from AP. In fact, that headline came from a different news source.
Newsweek falsely claims that Israeli “security personnel have been shooting dead or injuring any Palestinian targeting or suspected of planning to target Israeli civilians.”
New York Times fails to mention that a Palestinian woman charged by Israel happens to belong to a terrorist organization.
The International Federation of Journalists condemns Israel’s closure of a media outlet affiliated to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist organization.
AFP’s headline refers to a Hamas “fighter” while implying the terrorist was a member of a “party.”
Today’s Top Stories 1. In the last twenty-four hours, there have been five Palestinian terrorist attacks resulting in the death of an American tourist and dozens of injuries. The shooting, stabbing, and vehicle attacks occurred in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv/Jaffa, Petach Tikva, and Ramot. Coverage from the Times of Israel and Ynet. The murder victim was…
Multiple Palestinian terror attacks across Israel generate another batch of headline shockers.
The Guardian’s sub-header states as fact, an allegation that a Palestinian woman was raped and tortured by the Israeli military after carrying out a terrorist bombing in 1969.