The brigade commander of the unit linked to alleged “wanton killings” in Gaza launched his own investigation after hearing of the charges. He spoke with actual eyewitnesses who said that the alleged killings did not take place.
The tragic story of Khaled Abed Rabbo and his three daughters – reportedly executed by an Israeli soldier – appears in many outlets. Yet, the numerous accounts are inconsistent and are contradicted by earlier Palestinian reports.
The fringe Israeli columnist urges that Israel be investigated for war crimes in the Hague and a Croatian journalist echoes his claims, citing comparisons to the former Yugoslavia.
CAMERA examines claims and counter-claims in the media about the condition of Gaza's medical system, and takes Ha'aretz's Amira Hass to task for her one-sided reporting.
The Los Angeles Times' Ashraf Khalil dresses up fringe Israeli writer Gideon Levy as "one prominent Israeli" whose views are as newsworthy as Tzipi Livni's, Benjamin Netanyahu's, or Ehud Olmert's.
With each telling, Ha'aretz's falsehood on building permits for east Jerusalem Arabs becomes further inflated, despite the fact that editors were provided with corrective information.
Days away from Yom Kippur, when it is traditional to recall and atone for one's sins – such as speaking slander, accusing falsely and being deceitful – Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy once again spreads falsehoods and deceit.
Ha’aretz columnist Uzi Benziman has an agenda — one to which he closely hews without letting the facts get in the way. For Benziman, truth is sacrificed in a mission to expose Israel’s consistent guilt, of which he is certain.
Gideon Levy's weekly column in Ha'aretz Magazine is aptly titled "Twilight Zone." At times, his reports have little or no connection to reality. This week's column ("Last refuge"), about Banana Land, "the first Palestinian water park," serves as a prime example.