The Conde Nast publication does not seem to have bothered to find out from any of the businesses or friends who dissociated themselves from Hadid what, specifically, they found so objectionable
Contrary to what the teen fashion magazine would like readers to believe, using extremely biased sources to tell a one-sided, anti-Israel story is not a Jewish value.
Teen Vogue has a long history of publishing biased articles against Israel, so it’s hard to see this omission as merely a well-intentioned mistake.
The magazine’s one-sided reporting on author Sally Rooney’s decision to decline translation of her most recent work by an Israeli publishing house fails to quote any opponents of the antisemitic BDS movement.
Contrary to the teen magazine’s reporting, Qassem Soleimani was killed in Baghdad, which is in Iraq, not Iran.
Teen Vogue has printed a claim about the IDF that the publication admits it was unable to verify.
Based on flimsy evidence and a selective reporting of facts, the teen fashion magazine has promoted a libel that was originated by an anti-Israel fringe group.
The magazine geared towards teens had originally published an article making claims that strained credulity.
The teen magazine's latest piece on Israel appears to have been published without basic fact-checking.
It’s clear from reading their coverage that Teen Vogue‘s editors and writers know very little about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or the many complex issues involved.