Cartoonist Christopher Weyant's drawing of events related to the Gaza conflict is a concoction of lies that misrepresents basic facts and fuels misconceptions and prejudice. The cartoon relies on inversions that falsify the facts about Israeli actions taken in self defense. The Boston Globe has yet to take responsibility for the scurrilous cartoon -- to apologize or to remove it.
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.
CNN's Kiley was a pass-through for B'Tselem charges, questioning nothing. He ignored the ordinary norms of journalism that require fair treatment of story subjects and flouted the network's stated commitment to being "truth-seekers" who strive for "excellence."
Why does Israel's Prime Minister savoring a milestone achievement unhinge the Times? No other Middle East leader is subjected to similar ridicule.
In a 4700-word story about a Palestinian medic killed in Gaza border violence, there is no mention of the thousand Hamas rockets fired into Israel in 2018 and Israeli families sleeping in shelters. There is no mention of Hamas chieftains leading chants of "Death to Israel."
The role of a shill is to conceal any nefarious intent by the huckster, to protect the sheen of the product.
Did a blatantly anti-Israel May 24, 2017 "Middle East Day? at Newton North High School reveal all the pledges of unbiased teaching to be false?
Two ostensibly experienced Middle East reporters make numerous errors on basic West Bank facts.
Under publisher Amos Shocken, a front-page Haaretz story sought to smear CAMERA and duck the facts about the paper's unprofessional coverage.
A long-awaited Times Jerusalem bureau chief filed his first story on the Israel beat and readers have reason for concern.