CBS News screws up claiming that Har Nof is disputed, Fox News dares to show how Palestinians give out candy at the news that innocent Jews were murdered. Did your local media show footage of Palestinians dancing at the news?
The Guardian published an op-ed by a Hamas official in which he claims Hamas never denigrates Judaism and Christianity. Yet the internet is full of evidence that Hamas not only denigrates Jews and Christians, but calls for their murder. Shame on the Guardian for publishing lies and serving as a propaganda tool for terrorists. Please…
CNN and other media don’t report that Palestinian terrorists are killing Israelis. Only that Israelis are victims of “knife attacks” and “car attacks.” Watch the difference in the coverage of Israeli and Palestinian attacks. Image: CC BY-NC-ND flickr/Guillermo Ruiz/em>
The New York Times published an opinion piece by Ali Jarbawi (“Palestine’s Nuclear Option“) in which he claims that Mahmoud Abbas has made numerous concessions to Israel but has gotten nothing in return. We wonder what these concessions are?
Was Steven Salaita fired because of his views on Israel? Or did the University of Illinois draw the line at anti Israel hate and intimidation?
Jonathan Miller of the UK’s Channel 4 gives the Hamas terrorists version of events at Wafa Hospital in Gaza instead of reporting what really happened.
The BBC’s Orla Guerin makes the shocking claim that there is no evidence” that Hamas is using human shields. Yet there is overwhelming evidence that Hamas uses schools, hospitals, and residential areas as launching grounds for rockets aimed at Israel.
Some journalists allow Hamas to evade the tough questions. But not all of them – watch Sean Hannity persisting in getting some answers.
The news show “Democracy Now” promotes itself as a liberal look at the news. But when did the word “liberal” equate to “anti-Israel?” Democracy Now reports on the “Israeli assault on Gaza” without any mention of Hamas rockets or terrorist tunnels.
Reporters believe that people living in an area ruled by terrorists are comfortable speaking openly with foreign reporters and criticizing Hamas.