Why are an NGO’s allegations against Israel accepted by an unquestioning media?
The smaller media needs watching as well.
Initial BBC and the AFP headlines ignore the victims in second bulldozer attack
Does a long term study of the New York Times reveal a bias against Israel?
MSM looks for “motives” to explain brutal bulldozer attack
At the time of writing, more details are emerging on today’s (Wednesday July 2) terror attack on Jerusalem’s busy Jaffa Street thoroughfare. A Palestinian resident of Jerusalem went on the rampage in a bulldozer, attacking two buses, a number of cars and innocent passers-by, killing at least three people and wounding dozens more before being shot by an Israeli policeman.…
HonestReporting’s international site has critiqued a BBC “From Our Own Correspondent” programme by Aleem Maqbool reporting from Ramallah, where he includes this dramatic story: One weekday last year, at about three in the afternoon, Israeli armoured jeeps moved into the centre of Ramallah, pulling up outside the most popular hummus cafe. In full view of passers-by,…
Whose version of events does a BBC journalist stand by?
Using a falsified quote and revisionist history, Hari compares Israel to excrement.
Israel’s 60th anniversary will undoubtedly produce many negative opinion pieces in the UK press. In the latest assault, Johann Hari sums up his feelings towards Israel in The Independent: “Whenever I try to mouth these words [of reassurance for Israel], a remembered smell fills my nostrils. It is the smell of shit.” In his opinion…