Australia’s Channel 9 News publishes a headline accusing Israel of “executing” a Palestinian knife attacker who is referred to in the story as a “fellow.”
HonestReporting gets a correction when the Telegraph erroneously states that the US government considers Jewish settlements to be illegal.
The Independent questions Jewish history by stating that “Israel claims” that Jewish people lived in their homeland for thousands of years.
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.”
The Associated Press minimizes the number of Palestinian terror attacks and leaves out historical context.
The National Post responds to HonestReporting and changes a headline that referred to the murder of Hallel Yaffa Ariel as “what Israel calls a terrorist attack.”
The New York Times features Israel’s security barrier but leaves the false impression that the structure is entirely a wall.
After a burst pipe in the West Bank, The Independent falsely accuses Israel of denying water to Palestinians.
Today’s Top Stories 1. Eighty-three out of one hundred US Senators have signed a letter to President Obama urging an increase in military aid to Israel. The current package is $3 billion of credits that are used primarily to purchase military items from American defense contractors. An increase would be used to maintain Israel’s qualitative…