A Hamas surrender would end the bloodshed immediately and with more lasting effect than a ceasefire. Yet the LA Times Editorial Board does not call for Hamas to surrender, or even for it to release the hostages. Why not?
According to The Los Angeles Times, some 1400 Israeli side "died" in the Israel-Hamas war while some 9000 Palestinians were "killed." With this egregious whitewash of Hamas' ISIS-like atrocities, ethical journalism dies alongside 1400 Israelis.
A leading terror organization has mastered the art of the echo chamber, enlisting a leading Western media outlet to falsely cast its claims as independently verified by a supposedly authoritative international body, thereby repackaging them as authentic and reliable.
After Hillary Manning, Los Angeles Times' VP of communications, defended the paper as "committed to the standards of accuracy and fairness," and promised "journalistic rigor, fairness and compassion," the paper continues to pump out coverage of Israel and Hamas which indicates otherwise.
Sara Yasin's X embrace of the Hamas narrative is nothing short of a bear hug for the designated terror organization from a senior editor at a leading U.S. newspaper.
After an Los Angeles Times entertainment reporter falsely claims that Israel has controlled the Gaza Strip for decades, it's time to ask: Who, exactly, is controlling news coverage at the LA Times?
One of the LA Times' infamous journalists against journalism, Suhauna Hussain defies the playing rules of ethical journalism with contortions and evasions. With Quidditch-worthy stunts of fictional narrative, she advocates on behalf of anti-Israel partisans opposed to Google's Nimbus contract with Israel.
The new Israeli government plans fundamental legal reforms to fix perceived vast overreach by the Supreme Court and the legal system. Critics charge the reforms foreshadow the demise of democracy. But would the reforms actually move Israel closer to the system in other parliamentary democracies?
CAMERA prompts corrections after The Los Angeles Times erroneously reported that Netanyahu's new far-right partners have "threatened to criminalize homosexuality and ban non-Orthodox Jews from Israeli citizenship." Proposed changes regarding both homosexuals and non-Orthodox Jews are significant and in no way should not be taken lightly. But neither should they be misreported.
Given AIPAC's support for two-state solution advocate Rep. Hayley Stevens, the notion that AIPAC "is trying to take out" rival Rep. Andy Levin "because he backs a two-state solution" is ludicrous.