CNN star personality Christiane Amanpour again pushes her Israel-is-the-problem thesis – this time through interviewing an Israeli opposition politician and advancing false or dubious claims.
By omitting relevant information about Israeli assistance and cooperation with the Palestinians in battling the coronavirus pandemic while emphasizing questionable Palestinian slurs about Israel, NPR correspondent Daniel Estrin misinforms his audience.
The Public Broadcasting Service, long a beacon to America’s opinion molders (teachers, writers, broadcasters etc.), gets it wrong again about Israel. This time it's PBS’ popular Steves’ travelogues involving the Jewish state.
A Christian Science Monitor report has yet again misled readers about Israel. This time it's about apartheid. The report was prompted by the emergence of the new U.S. Middle East peace plan.
C-SPAN aired the well known Columbia University professor promoting his latest book containing revisionist history. He defamed and otherwise disparaged Israel.
Amanpour's selection and handling of guests -- and many of her comments -- tend to mislead viewers about Israel. So viewers should be wary.
BDS supporter Professor Cornel West falsely suggests that Rev. Martin Luther King would have agreed with his mendacious claim demonizing Israelis as baby killers.
NBC News online “Think” page provides only one side of the anti-BDS legislation issue – the side that wrongly claims that the legislation intrinsically violates the First Amendment’s freedom of speech provision.
Using falsehoods and distortions, the Times Book Review section of Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019 misled readers and Website visitors about Israel and its supporters in America.
The promotion of Julie Salamon’s new book – and subsequent media attention – about the 1985 Palestinian terrorist killing of Jewish American Leon Klinghoffer aboard a cruise ship – have served to mislead the public.