Ali Velshi spent much of his Sunday morning weaving a narrative of an evil Jewish state, threading together outright lies with material omissions to tell his false tale of a brutal, undemocratic apartheid state.
From the headline to the last sentence, CBS failed to adequately report on the Israeli rationale for the strike.
After robust pushback by the Jewish community and organizations, the BBC has (semi) apologized for a modern-day blood libel put forth by one of its news presenters, Anjani Gadgil, who has since erased her twitter and linkedin accounts.
For a 3,000-word essay following an explosive claim in the headline, very little space is devoted to actual evidence of the central claim: that soldiers “did little” to stop violence in Huwara.
During Easter Week, the Latin Patriarch, Pierbattista Pizzaballa, continued the holiday tradition of making false accusations against Jews – this time in the guise of politically charged allegations against the Israeli government and police.
Ayman Mohyeldin’s own history makes it clear that the last person who should be lecturing anyone about not telling the whole story is Mohyeldin himself.
CNN International’s Isa Soares brought on one deranged racist, the United Nations’s Francesca Albanese, to accuse Israelis of being deranged racists. Lest one ponder whether Soares believed “it takes one to know one” when it comes to racists, her viewers were left in the dark about Albanese’s widely known and condemned history of antisemitism.
Hamas, the U.S.-designated terrorist group that calls for a Jewish genocide, has ruled the Gaza Strip for nearly two decades. A new initiative by a New York-based organization is seeking to highlight Hamas's brutal rule, by interviewing Gazans. Will the mainstream media listen?
By glibly attempting to compare Israel to Bashar al-Assad's brutal regime, Amanpour once again demonstrates that she places her contempt for the Jewish state over her commitment to honesty.
"Breaking Travel News" loses its compass, searching for the Jewish state's capital, but turning up in Tel Aviv. The early takeoff of the travel publication's World FIFA coverage crashes and burns with anti-Israel invective demonizing the "occupation" or "apartheid" state.