Fox News Jerusalem reporter Reena Ninan falsely charged Israel with land discrimination against Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, based only on claims from a radical NGO called Ir Amim (City of Nations).
In his July 1, 2010 column, "The Two Sides of a Barbed-Wire Fence," New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof blames Israel for Palestinian cave dwelling that began in 1830, conceals Israeli attempts to integrate Bedouin into towns with running water, and generally misleads readers about the conflict.
Recently, the LA Times interviewed two politicians – Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and Arab MK Ahmad Tibi, putting the paper's bias on full display. While controversies surrounding Barkat were detailed, reporter Edmund Sanders failed to inform readers of Tibi's support for Israel's enemies and allowed him to distort numerous other facts.
The Financial Times ignores the history of eastern Jerusalem, denying Jewish historical, legal and religious connection to the city, while validating Palestinian claims.
If the Economist's latest on Jerusalem meant to educate readers about the complexities of the city, it failed miserably. If its goal was to promote an inaccurate, unfair and one-sided account of current events, it sadly succeeded.
With an error-filled column by Tony Judt, an outspoken opponent of the Jewish State, the New York Times chose to feature an ideologue instead of a jurist to write about the legality of Israeli settlements.
In a slam dunk ruling Peace Now was convicted of libel for claiming that Revava sat on Palestinian-owned land, ordered to pay 20,000 NIS plus tax in damages, and to publish an apology in the newspapers Ha’aretz and Maariv.
With each telling, Ha'aretz's falsehood on building permits for east Jerusalem Arabs becomes further inflated, despite the fact that editors were provided with corrective information.
The letter explains that an Op-Ed writer's assertion that "Israel launch[ed] the Six-Day War" does not accurately convey what transpired in 1967, when Israel's neighbors threatened to annihilate the Jewish state.
The Independent's Johann Hari blames allegedly untreated sewage from Jewish settlements for a "stinking brown-and yellow-river of waste" on Palestinian land, when in fact it is Palestinian sewage which is dumped completely untreated.