The PFLP claimed him. His goodbye note named the PFLP. He was buried in PFLP attire. Carried by PFLP members. His mother wore a PFLP headscarf. But the New York Times insisted he had no affiliation.
If whole-reporting seeks to fully and fairly cover the world, half-reporting covers — and covers-up. This time, New York Times half-reporting concealed Palestinian support for the repression of Uyghurs.
The New York Times covered Mahmoud Abbas’s speech this week at the UN, except for the parts that it covered up: the Holocaust inversion, the denial of history, the sections that would have showed readers the ugliness of the Palestinian leader’s extremism.
New York Times reporter Raja Abdulrahim has a long history of anti-Israel propaganda, and her latest article adds to the toll of distortions. She and her co-author charge that the IDF "never" refers to Palestinians injured or killed in military actions as civilians. But multiple examples prove Abdulrahim is once again, at best, wrong.
The New York Times recently hired someone who insisted that the killing of a Hamas commander during the 2021 Hamas war an Israeli "murder." She is expected to fit in well at a newspaper that has cultivated its anti-Israel bias.
CAMERA prompts correction after Haaretz wrongly reported that Palestinians wishing to enter and exit the territory via Egypt require Israeli approval.