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.
The New York Times' unfair overemphasis on allegations of Israeli misdeeds relative to similar, and sometimes more credible, stories about Americans is, simply put, discrimination against the Jewish state.
While rumors that a Palestinian mother and her children were deliberately killed have been discredited, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights claims that Abir Hiljeh's story proves the allegation. But their own documents don't support her story.
The brigade commander of the unit linked to alleged “wanton killings” in Gaza launched his own investigation after hearing of the charges. He spoke with actual eyewitnesses who said that the alleged killings did not take place.