The Times of London amends an inaccurate headline but merely compounds the error.
A feature article by Rachel Kushner from Shuafat refugee camp in the New York Times fails to reveal that the author’s visit was organized by Breaking the Silence.
The Guardian and AFP are more concerned about the location of fires near Jewish settlements than the fires themselves.
Reuters maintains that the Palestinian village of Al Jab’a on the West Bank is going thirsty. Guess who is to blame?
HonestReporting supporters join IDF Colonel (res.) Grisha Yakubovich on a field trip to see the daily realities of life on the ground for Palestinians and Israelis in the disputed territories.
The Washington Post erroneously states that the US considers Jewish settlements to be illegal.
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?