Three Israeli teens are kidnapped by Palestinian terrorists.
The Guardian claims survey being “waved around like a propaganda tool.”
A young Palestinian Christian goes public.
UNRWA’s deputy commissioner-general Margot Ellis writes on The Guardian’s Comment is Free how the greater media focus on Syria has impacted UNRWA’s fundraising ability for emergency projects for Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank: Aid money follows the cameras. Cameras follow conflict. Syria is no exception. … Gaza hit the headlines during the upsurge in…
Australian media investigates Israeli treatment of Palestinian children.
A Sky News report on a battle in the Israeli Supreme Court over the route of Israel’s security barrier through the Palestinian village of Battir on the West Bank produced a bit of a gaffe: Safe to say that the Palestinian residents of Battir wouldn’t be too happy that their village is referred to as…
The Irish Times advocates for an anti-Israel organization.
HR gets the article corrected.
An Israeli is stabbed to death in a terror attack.
It’s an otherwise forgettable analysis of Israeli plans to develop E1. Could Reuters possibly have come up with a more sensationalized headline? “Doomsday” hill may be one Israeli settlement too far Doomsday? By whipping up hysteria, Reuters distracts readers from the real doomsday of December 21, when the Mayan calendar ends and the apocalypse begins.…