Haaretz's Amira Hass alleged that Israel destroyed six houses and a kindergarten, rendering 26 Hamadin Bedouin homeless, including 13 kids. She concealed the fact that the structures went up only four days before their dismantlement.
Haaretz English edition corrects erroneous headlines which falsely alleged settlers "torched" a Palestinian grove in Hebron. Meanwhile, will Peter Beinart retract his tweet about a "Lag Ba'omer pogrom?"
Aside from a photograph contradicting Amira Hass' claim that the Samouni family could not remove casualties for two weeks, there's another problem with her story: a key passage is plagiarized from B'Tselem. And, in yet another egregious ethical breach, Ha'aretz quietly scrubs its online article.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass has trotted out her tired theme of Israeli abuse of Palestinians, allowing a Palestinian activist in Nabi Saleh to promote propagandistic claims that are belied in an earlier; Palestine Monitor article.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass uncritically relays Palestinian charges about Israeli water use, making no effort to take into account opposing claims and ignoring facts and figures which refute Israel's critics.
Ha'aretz reporter Amira Hass, best known for her extreme hostility toward Israel, was provided a platform on CBC's "The Sunday Edition" with Michael Enright to spout her vitriol against the Jewish state.
Haaretz's Amira Hass provides a lesson in tendentious journalism as she distorts the facts in an article about the demolition of Palestinian homes. The skewed account has already triggered antisemitic responses throughout the internet.