Jerusalem

AP’s Historical Revisionism on Jerusalem

AP's ahistorical claim that conflict over eastern Jerusalem began only when Israel captured the area from Jordan in 1967 has yet to be corrected. In fact, the conflict raged in 1948, and even earlier.

On the Lookout for Bias at NPR

Although NPR coverage of Israel is not as slanted as it once was, recent examples of bias, like the piece on illegal construction in East Jerusalem by Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, show that old habits die hard.

Note to Media: Gilo Is in Jerusalem

Yesterday, Israel approved the building of 900 homes in its capital, a move opposed by the United States, and incorrectly reported by some media outlets which described Gilo as in the West Bank.

Is the Goldstone Report Escalating the Conflict?

Israeli commentators are sounding the alarm on the potentially devastating consequences of the Goldstone report on the stability of the situation in the West Bank. Outside of Israel, the media has fallen behind on evolving events.

From the Telegraph, a Virtual How-To Guide for Anti-Israel Bias

The author may not have meant it to be so, but Adrian Blomfield’s recent article in the British Telegraph about tensions in Jerusalem could serve as a “How-To” guide for anti-Israel bias. It seems all the elements are there to skew public understanding of recent events in Israel’s capital.