Hamas-controlled health authorities have been claiming -- for weeks -- that Gaza hospitals will have to close in a day or two for lack of power, and this has been repeated by numerous media outlets. But what Hamas is omitting is that thanks to a UN/WHO program Gaza hospitals have extensive solar panel installations on their roofs, which can supply a substantial portion of their power needs. Watch the video and see for yourself.
Anna Botting made clear on Tuesday that she had abandoned any pretense of objectivity or even of journalistic curiosity. Her anti-Israel animus was on full display.
". . . [N}either Hamas nor Israel is likely to intentionally target civilian aircraft," reports the Wall Street Journal. While there is zero chance Israel would target a civilian aircraft (particularly at its own airport!), Hamas boasts of firing at Israel's airport.
It has been three decades since the signing of the Oslo Accords. And one thing is crystal clear: As CAMERA tells the Wall Street Journal, the Palestinian Authority isn't a peace partner.
When are gun-wielding teenage Islamic Jihad members involved in violent clashes defined as "children"? The answer is when the WSJ's Stephen Kalin is reporting and Journal "corrections" editors endorse the biased misinformation. How does this scenario square with the Journal's professed adherence to journalistic ethics and commitment to ensuring reader "trust"? Answer: It doesn't.
On New Years Eve, a domestic terrorist attacked several New York City police officers. His motive? American support for Israel.
Nerdeen Kiswani once threatened to set another person's IDF sweatshirt on fire while he was wearing it. Now the Journal quotes her an an authority on antisemitism.
An online headline in yesterday’s Journal, “As Israel’s Left Suffers Defeat, So Does Two-State Solution,” ignored the many times Palestinian leadership rejected independence, inverting cause and effect.
The Western media has increasingly abetted Palestinian propaganda efforts to erase the Jewish claim to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. Far too many journalists today accept the historic revisionism and political falsehoods put out by Palestinian activists and leaders and promote it with their own jargon and linguistic tricks.
The Journal airbrushed out of the story the extremist and divisive activity of Israeli Arab speakers cited, including Hanin Zoabi, concealing the fact that they fueled enmity between Jews and Arabs.