Mise à jour En réponse à l’intervention d’HonestReporting, le Washington Post a corrigé son article et a remplacé le mot “illégales” par “illégitimes”. Bien que ce terme possède aussi une connotation négative, il est exact. Il est toutefois important de faire cette correction étant donné que de nombreux médias clament de façon constante que toutes…
The Washington Post removes an inflammatory claim that Israeli security racially profiles Ethiopian Jews after a complaint from HonestReporting.
Is the dispute over the Palestinian village of Susiya a simple human rights issue or has the rule of law been ignored by the media and Israel’s critics?
The Washington Post falsely claims that the “Israeli government right now wants to formally annex Area C in the West Bank.”
Jewish Voice for Peace director Rebecca Vilkomerson exploits her Jewish identity to promote BDS in the Washington Post.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Israeli police apologized for detaining Washington Post reporter William Booth yesterday while he was interviewing people at Damascus Gate: The police defended the initial detention, but apologized for any distress caused. “The clarification [of what happened] was required in light of the information given to the officers, which turned out to…
Academics Steven Levitsky and Glen Weyl claim to be Zionists and Israel supporters yet promote maximalist BDS on the pages of the Washington Post.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Deadly terror strikes Beersheba central bus station. An Israeli Bedouin armed with a pistol and knife killed a soldier, stole his gun, and shot at least ten other people before being killed by security. In the aftermath, police killed an Eritrean refugee, wrongly believing he was a second gunman, leading to headlines…
A false tweet by Reuters’ Luke Baker alleging Israeli undercover agents incited Palestinian stone throwers spreads to other media.
The situation in Gaza is indeed complex and there are many sources for the problems there. But the media have an obligation to try and show all facets of life lest readers believe that the images they are seeing represent the entire area.