The New York Times Opinion pages bombarded readers with an unending stream of anti-Israel Guest Essays, curating a lack of empathy for Israeli Jews and a skewed understanding of the conflict.
Christiane Amanpour, CNN’s chief international correspondent, continues to routinely air segments containing unchallenged blatant falsehoods and distortions vilifying the Jewish state.
Amanpour tends to misrepresent Israel’s aims and actions so viewers seeking to become informed about the matter should be wary of her presentations.
Diana Buttu, who in the past infamously fabricated that Palestinian rockets have no explosive warheads, now falsely asserts that Israel's border fence with Gaza is electrified.
Since anti-Israel activist Diana Buttu has a history of on-air fabrications, a tough interviewing style, as she encountered on CNN, seems the way to go.
Despite video evidence, Diana Buttu claims Palestinian rockets fired into Israel don't explode! In reaction to such lies, respectable journalists should shun Buttu, and not act as accomplices in spreading her fabrications.
Diana Buttu, the Canadian-raised Palestinian lawyer who became a propagandist for the Palestinian cause is at it again, spreading outright, risible lies. But this time, Fox's Greg Jarrett confronts her.