While claiming to recount "What really happened during the Israeli attacks" on Gaza, Wright relies on a biased version of the facts, marring an otherwise informative piece on the January 2009 conflict.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass yesterday was honored with a prestigious award for her "pursuit of the truth." But her extensive coverage of the Samouni family deaths demonstrates a practice of reporting interviewees' contradictory and discredited claims at face value.
The editors of a prominent Catholic magazine, America, have used the Goldstone Report and the Mishnah Torah to charge Israel with war crimes while giving short shrift to the sins of Hamas.
Already months before the Goldstone Commission Report was published, commissioner Desmond Travers had made up his mind that something is rotten, even murderous, in the Israeli psyche.
Amnesty International's report on Cast Lead accuses Israel of illegally using White Phosphorus in Gaza. Israel has responded to the accusation.
Again and again, Fox News' Reena Ninan promoted the false idea that, in Bilin, peace activists who do not throw stones face excessive force from Israeli troops. In fact, anti-fence activists there are known to throw stones, and Israel used nonlethal measures to disperse the demonstrators.
CAMERA's letter in the Columbia Journalism Review noted that news organizations across the world bungled the story and misled audiences by treating as fact disproven rumors that Israeli soldiers shot unarmed women in Gaza.
The famed anchor apparently knows little about either Buchenwald or the Arab-Israeli conflict -- because he thinks they're similar!
A Unitarian-Universalist Pastor in Massachusetts makes a great show of acknowledging the Holocaust, but fails to acknowledge anti-Jewish hostility in the Middle East.
George Bisharat, a law professor at UC Hastings, has the very unfortunate habit of leveling blatantly false charges in his anti-Israel op-eds, which just as unfortunately sometimes get published in major newspapers.