The Guardian describes a terrorist attack which killed a three-month-old baby as a “car crash.”
The Guardian publishes an editorial blaming Israel for the Gaza conflict and absolving Hamas terrorism and rockets.
The Observer makes it a story as the IDF retracts a statement claiming a fatal mortar attack was launched from a UNRWA school.
The Guardian replaces a misleading tweet that falsely implied Israel was the cause of a Gaza ceasefire breakdown.
While the real story is about three Israeli high schoolers who were abducted by the terrorist group Hamas, many in the media prefer to make the story about the settlements. Others ask why they were hitchhiking anyway, as if to blame the victims for the crime. Image: CC BY-SA HonestReporting, flickr/dhannah
Three Israeli teens are kidnapped by Palestinian terrorists.
The Guardian claims survey being “waved around like a propaganda tool.”
The Guardian focuses on “Remembering the Nakba.”
How does Israel fare when it comes to its treatment of Palestinians compared to, for example, Syria? Writing in The Guardian, Karma Nabulsi finds a way to make Israel equally culpable while arguing against Palestinian refugees “forfeiting” their “right of return.” She describes the harsh conditions of Palestinian refugees in the Middle East: Forfeited if you…
What would you think if you saw this in The Guardian? A headline referring to discrimination against women in the workplace plus a photo of Benjamin Netanyahu in the Knesset would suggest a serious problem for women’s rights in Israel. It’s only when you look at the rest of the article that you will see…