For the second time this year, Haaretz's English edition corrects about Samir Kuntar. A translation error resulted in the absurd claim that the Lebanese terrorist was "rearrested" following his release in a prisoner swap.
Haaretz's English edition corrects after mistakenly identifying terrorist Samir Kuntar, convicted for the brutal 1979 murders of the Haran family members, as Palestinian. He was a Lebanese Druze.
The rise in antisemitism is troubling. So is the media's growing tendency to politicize, obfuscate, omit—and even perpetuate—antisemitic tropes.
KALW, an NPR affiliate in San Francisco, regularly broadcasts anti-Israel and/or pro-terrorist propaganda that is completely divorced from fact in a music show produced and hosted by radical Israel defamer Dore Stein.
While reporting the death of terrorist Samir Kuntar, The Washington Post omits the details of one of the most infamous terrorist attacks in Israel's history.
In a deal to recover kidnaped soldiers Eldad Regev and Ehud Goldwasser from the Hezbollah terrorist movement, Israel is set to release the notorious Samir Kuntar, murderer of Danny Haran, his two young daughters, and a policeman.