Prize-winning Palestinian teacher of non-violence married to terrorist who helped murder six Israelis: Among other details slipping through Washington Post cracks lately.
Former President Jimmy Carter falsified Arab-Israeli diplomatic history, again. In USA Today, again. He wants America to punish Israel for Palestinian rejectionism, again. Do Nobel Peace Prizes come with expiration dates?
The devil's in the details, especially when details have been omitted, as in another Washington Post failure to come to grips with murderous Palestinian anti-Israeli, anti-Jewish incitement.
Context is a requirement of traditional journalism. That being so, Washington Post reporting on Secretary of State John Kerry's Brookings Institution speech ranked as highly untraditional.
Analyses of Palestinian poll results have not been as encouraging as a Washington Post columnist suggests. Findings amount to an 800-pound gorilla newsrooms ignore.
Is it possible to get just about everything regarding Palestinian incitement over Temple Mount and related terrorist attacks against Israeli Jews flippantly wrong in one article? Yes, if you write for Vice News and your name is Sam Kriss.
USA Today romanticizes Palestinian violence. That can happen when stringers with anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian histories play the role of foreign correspondent.