Reem's Bakery, featuring mural of convicted terrorist Rasmeah Odeh, honored as "Restaurant of the Year."
While there is a lot in the segment that is laudable, overall the piece suffers from many of the same problems we see so frequently in coverage of Israel and the Palestinians.
The Post's coverage of the recent rioting in Gaza was among the worst.
It’s clear from reading their coverage that Teen Vogue‘s editors and writers know very little about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or the many complex issues involved.
Raja Shehadeh's "Letter from Ramallah" is filled with misrepresentations that don't belong in a respected publication like The New Yorker – even in an opinion piece.
The teen magazine continues to misinform its readers about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Two reports in the Journal downplay Israeli perspectives on Jerusalem; one of those erroneously claims the US can "declare" Israel's capital.
Is blatant bigotry against Israel and Jews acceptable to the editors at Glamour, or to parent company Conde Nast?
Two members of UNICEF's Executive Committee betray its stated mission.
Although the plan is significantly improved, many problems with it remain.