In ruling that Jerusalem correspondent Leila Odeh is fit for reporting and in failing to probe systemic anti-Israel bias in the Arabic service, France24 gives carte blanche to on air misconduct across the board.
AFP's Arabic service takes part in the World Cup's political games, with reports carefully omitting inconvenient facts unfavorable to the Qatari hosts although this information had appeared in the news agency's coverage in other languages.
Without holding an unrepentant journalist employed by a publicly funded media outlet accountable for her antisemitism and incitement against Israeli civilians, how meaningful is Germany stated repentance for its past tolerance towards Palestinian terrorism?
After inflating the extent of the maritime border dispute between Lebanon and Israel, both Al Hurra and BBC Arabic have corrected, bringing the disagreement around the Karish gas field back down to its proper proportions.
"[O]ur values drive our curation decisions," said Apple CEO Tim Cook in 2018 as he accepted an ADL "Courage Against Hate" Award. Months later, Apple News granted Abdel Bari Atwan, a Palestinian-British journalist with a long record antisemitic and terror-supporting statements, a regular platform. What does that say about Apple's values?