Since when did Fox News start carrying water for terror groups in the Gaza Strip? It’s a strange question that must be asked in light of the short segment broadcast by the network on March 5, 2019.
Fox News Channel’s Jesse Watters indulged a BHI spokesman’s false claim to the land of Israel while elevating the false Palestinian claim to the land of Israel.
Reporting on the January 15th Mideast peace conference, Fox News correspondent Conor Powell substituted balanced reporting and informed analysis with partisan, parroted phrases and biased, unsupported assertions.
Geraldo Rivera has a long history of slurring Israel. So his accusation that Ted Cruz's comment about "New York values" is anti-Semitic code has little credibility.
Fox New reporter Conor Powell promotes the Palestinian narrative, claiming that frustration over the lack of progress toward an independent Palestinian state and Israeli settlement growth are the reasons Palestinians are murdering Israelis.
Reporting on the recent spate of deadly Palestinian attacks against Israelis, Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter Conor Powell twists the facts, presenting a purely Palestinian narrative.
Much of the mainstream media coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is marred by the attempt to fit breaking events into a pre-existing, simplistic narrative whereby Palestinians are not held directly responsible for their actions. This again was the case with the coverage of the brutal massacre in a Jerusalem synagogue.
Though there has been much skewed, inaccurate and incomplete coverage of the Israel-Gaza conflict, some of the programs on the Fox News Channel have featured interviews with refreshingly honest guests.
Fox’s Geraldo Rivera provides a propaganda platform for Palestinian Hanan Ashrawi in a documentary filmed in Israel and the Palestinian territories and aired July 8, 2012.
Glenn Beck of FoxNews presented, in his programs on March 14 and 15, a moving and obviously heartfelt analysis of the murders of Udi and Ruth Fogel, and their children Yoav (11), Elad (4), and Hadas (3 months old), residents of the Israeli community of Itamar.