The Washington Post continues to rely on anti-Israel sources, while omitting the rejectionism and anti-Semitism of Palestinian leaders and those who, like The Post itself, enable them.
CNN completely whitewashed Mahmoud Abbas' dramatic policy speech, entirely skipping over the Palestinian Authority President's hateful and false statements about Jews as well as his call to arms .
The C-SPAN “public service” network perpetrates another of its numerous disservices to the public discourse by broadcasting a Louis Farrakhan hate-America, hate-Israel tirade.
There is a disturbing trend within certain Jewish journalistic circles to conform to the extreme, “progressive” zeitgeist in which religious values, Jewish leaders and most of all, the Jewish state and its supporters are consistently condemned. And nowhere is this trend as pronounced as at The Forward under the helm of editor‑in‑chief Jane Eisner.
The “public affairs” television network is at it again broadcasting a propagandistic panel discussion to potentially millions that fans the flames of hatred against Jews and Israel.
In 2015 ,did Prime Minister Netanyahu declare the Temple Mount a "religious site for Muslims only," as Haaretz's English edition reported? No, he said the opposite, "recognizing the importance of the Temple Mount to peoples of all three monotheistic faiths."
Haaretz's Rogel Alpher outrageously argues that the Maccabiah Games make the 1936 Berlin Olympics look good. He falsely reports that "only Jews take part in the Maccabiah" Games, ignoring Israeli Arabs participants previously covered in his very own paper.
A magazine that serves to inform the teen community needs to do a better job at setting and enforcing standards.
What does a commonly cited statistic about Israeli military courts really tell us?
Adams' opera “The Death of Klinghoffer” demonizes Israelis and Jews as a group but not so Arabs or Muslims. Despite controversy and generally mediocre music, the opera persists.