Politico uses questionable sources and a false narrative to attack the U.S. Ambassador to Israel and U.S.-Israeli relations.
In a laughably ahistorical error, Newsweek's Carlos Ballesteros claims that Susiya has been in "Palestinian control since the 1830s." He also mischaracterizes the Israel Anti-Boycott Act and cites Electronic Intifada, all indications that Newsweek's glory days are in the past.
ANew York Times video cuts out significant words from a White House statement, completely misleading about the administration's position on Israeli construction within settlement boundaries.
The New York Times twice relayed misinformation by Palestinian leaders about the meaning of last-minute edits to President Truman's letter recognizing Israel. The second time it did so, it left readers in the dark.
In a letter sent to Congress early last month, Christian leaders engaged in an obvious attempt to blacken Israel's name.
John Heilemann blames Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for deteriorating Israeli-Palestinian relations and for President Obama's diminished support in the Jewish community.
President Obama's speech at the State Department on May 19 outlined his administration’s policy in the Middle East and North Africa, making some clean breaks with what had been key elements of US policy in the region for decades.
The Financial Times ignores the history of eastern Jerusalem, denying Jewish historical, legal and religious connection to the city, while validating Palestinian claims.
A partisan blogger falsely claimed that General David Petraeus warned Israeli intransigence was putting American soldiers at risk. CNN and BBC then repeated the allegation. Petraeus denies saying it. Where is the correction from CNN and BBC?
Geraldo Rivera's irrational outburst against Israel, Prime Minister Netanyahu and American Jews says more about him than his targets.