To the ordinary observer, Rivera's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame probably wouldn’t appear to be an opportunity to bash Israel and spread half-truths and distortions about the country.
Author Muhammad Shehada falsely claims “Pay to Slay” is a “canard” that has been debunked by the Washington Post.
The Needham, Massachusetts site for the Patch uncritically quotes Amnesty's false claims.
When Omar claimed her critics are "weaponizing antisemitism to shut down debate," Jones failed to push back.
While ignoring Madonna's flawed performance, the publication chose to amplify BDS claims.
The Post omits that the alleged shooter's manifesto, in addition to embracing white nationalism, also repeated several falsehoods about Jews more commonly associated with more modern, fringe-left antisemitism.
In the NBC, CJR, and Chronicle headlines, anti-vaxxers present a threat to Jews. In the Buzzfeed version, however, it’s Jews who present a threat to New Yorkers.
Teen Vogue has printed a claim about the IDF that the publication admits it was unable to verify.
Nowhere on the Journal's front page is there any indication of the Israeli home that was destroyed or the Israeli civilians that were injured.
In addition to the cover photo, and a cover line calling Omar a woman “shaping the future,” the magazine features an interview with Omar, and she is one of four subjects of a glamorous video.