Tamar Sternthal

MSNBC Mislabels Northern Israeli Communities ‘Settlements’

On MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Keir Simmons erroneously referred to locations which Hezbollah targeted within internationally-recognized Israeli territory as "settlements." While MSNBC agreed the terminology was wrong, the network declined to broadcast a correction.

Arrested Truth: UPI Cites As Fact Disputed Figures For West Bank Arrests

UPI reports as fact a Palestinian organization's dubious claim that nearly 9000 West Bank Palestinians have been arrested since Oct. 7, ignoring Israel's figure of less than half that number. Once again, McClatchy pulls Adam Schrader's deeply flawed article from all of its sites.

‘Gaza Strikes Back’: UPI Hits Rock Bottom

"Gaza strikes back at Israel after enduring months of war" was the United Press International headline whose relationship to reality mirrors that of George Lucas' "The Empire Strikes Back" science fiction favorite.

AP Mum on Egypt’s Closure of Crossing, Faulting Israel For Rafah Food Shortages

AP conceals that Egypt refuses to coordinate with Israel on the transfer of aid, thereby preventing the passage of food through Rafah crossing into the Gaza Strip. By falsely holding Israel responsible for the reported food shortage, AP piles on to the tampered evidence upon which the ICC has built its whole rotten case.

Hamas Flag Shows Up On NYC Street, But Not in AFP Caption

UPDATE: CAMERA prompts corrections of AFP and Getty photograph captions which whitewashed a New York City demonstrator waving a Hamas flag and sporting a Hamas headband as a "[p]ro-Palestinian" demonstrator. The corrected captions make his Hamas affiliation clear.