Khaled Gharabli, the international affairs analyst notorious for routinely misplacing all semblance of impartiality and accuracy when it comes to Israel, has been notably absent from the French public broadcaster for the last two months, It is still early, though, to talk about a true wind of change at France 24’s Arabic service.
A Vice Arabia "explainer" by Badar Salem falsely legitimizes Hamas' Oct. 7 atrocities as legal under international law. Vice defends the fallacious and dangerous "explainer" as "opinion," though it's not labeled as such.
In a rare series of France24 corrections, the French public broadcaster removed false references from several online Arabic stories which wrongly labeled Israeli communities in the Gaza border area as "settlements."
You just published an antisemitic diatribe on an Arabic news site? Great, come publish at Apple News! Apple News continues to give a platform to rabid antisemite Abdel Bari Atwan.
While Egyptian film critic Howaida Hamdy unabashedly glorifies terrorism and peddles in anti-Jewish bigotry in her native Arabic, she poses as a legitimate film industry observer for Golden Globe's English-speaking audience.
France24 Arabic pundit Ramatène Aouaitia erroneously reports that Jewish members of the House of Representatives were among those who said they would boycott Israeli President Isaac Herzog's speech.
In less than an hour, France24’s Jerusalem correspondent Laila Odeh went from glorifying a terrorist who murdered four civilians to being treated as a respectable, balanced journalist reporting on the exact same terror attack.
Unfiltered hate speech targeting both Jews and LGBTQ thrives unchecked on France24 Arabic's social media platforms, with lessons from previous dustup as fleeting as a Middle Eastern summer rain.
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction at Al Hurra after the U.S. news outlet republished an Arabic AFP article which failed to report that two Palestinian fatalities were members of Islamic Jihad, a designated terror group.
Arabic Euronews misleadingly reports that arch-terrorist Ahlam Tamimi was “arrested for eight years in Israel,” concealing the essential fact that she had been tried and sentenced to 16 life terms for her role in the deadly 2001 Sbarro suicide bombing.