A Palestinian leadership is “frustrated” by failure of talks with Israel, or it caused negotiations to fail? The Washington Post opts for pop psychology over hard news in coverage of evasive Palestinian diplomacy.
Al-Jazeera English's “We're not Charlie” memo mars Al-Jazeera America's image, USA Today's media columnist says. It's not image but substance critics need to examine.
What was Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas doing at the Paris march for free speech and against Islamic terrorism? News media didn't ask, or didn't want to.
For The Washington Post, calling a friar a monk requires correction. Calling armistice lines a border, no. Mislabeling disputed territories as Palestinian? Forget about it.
Defenders of ousted Theater J artistic director Ari Roth portray him as a martyr to artistic freedom. Doing so excuses theatrical anti-Israel agit-prop. On-stage fiction, yes; defamation no.
The Washington Post fell for the hoary “Palestinian frustration” diagnosis to explain Mahmoud Abbas’ latest “statehood-without-peace” maneuver at the United Nations. CAMERA fills in the paper’s misleading omissions.
A Washington Post feature gives readers a glimpse of anti-Israel Arab Knesset member Haneen Zoabi. But it lets her twist the focus knob.