San Francisco Chronicle

Inciting in Plain Sight

The Ibdaa Cultural Center which serves the young people living in Deheishe refugee camp allows the interior of its building to be used to incite hostility toward Israel and valorize acts of violence.

Second Update: Journalists Ignore Threat to Public Square

Anti-Israel activists are exhibiting naked hostility toward Jews at rallies throughout North America. Media coverage of this hostility has been scant, leaving citizens to rely on amateur videographers for information about this development.

License to Err on SF Chronicle Opinion Pages

The San Francisco Chronicle claims to "strive for accuracy" and promises to "quickly correct errors or misleading statements." Yet its opinion pages serve as a haven for patently inaccurate anti-Israel allegations, and no corrections appear to be forthcoming.

Religious Tension and Shooting–But Little Press–in Bethlehem

An underage Christian girl from Bethlehem runs away with her older Muslim beau. Her outraged father tries to retrieve her and is turned back by armed men threatening to kill him. Bethlehem's Christians violently demonstrate, and Palestinian police shoot into the crowd, injuring more than a dozen. This all actually happened in Bethlehem, but you wouldn't know it from following the mainstream press.

San Francisco Chronicle Educates Public About Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries

"Jews who fled Arab lands now press their cause" by Chronicle Staff Writer Jack Epstein, highlights the much overlooked plight of Jewish refugees from Arab lands. At a time when Palestinian activists are renewing their demand that Palestinian refugees and their descendants "return" to Israel — often a thinly veiled call for dissolution of the Jewish state — articles on the plight of Jewish refugees offer essential context and help provide balance to the media's general Mideast coverage.