‘In the absence of any evidence to support the reference to ‘lots’ of children being killed at the time of transmission, it seems to us to have risked misleading audiences on a material point,’ the BBC said of Andrew Marr’s reporting.
After Palestinian terrorists attacked innocent Israeli civilians in Tel Aviv, killing four and leaving several with serious injuries, foreign media outlets feigned confusion over the facts even though Israeli media outlets were already reporting the details within minutes after the attack.
The Israel-based organization Honest Reporting has once again caught a foreign media outlet red-handed trying to publish inaccurate headlines that misrepresent the facts and hide the truth about Palestinian terrorism against innocent Israeli civilians.
An Israeli visited one of the few towns under Palestinian control accessible to Jews. There, he found restaurants full of patrons and luxury cars in the parking lots. This is not exactly the suffering you see in the news…
Only public shaming brought TIME to correct an offensive article it refused to change for five months. However, it did not apologize for publishing a piece that humanized a brutal terrorist and ignored his Israeli victims.
A PBS documentary on Netanyahu features a testimony by former US Ambassador Martin Indyk about the period surrounding Yitzhak Rabin’s funeral. While video evidence proves Indyk falsified at least part of his story, he appears to vindicate Netanyahu of being responsible for Rabin’s murder.
"Alleged" terrorists conducting attacks on camera, Israeli victims as the aggressors and the New York Times' list of Jews all feature in CAMERA's report this year, which highlights the worst of anti-Israel media bias and skewed reporting.
As Palestinian terrorists work to murder as many Israelis as possible, foreign media outlets work harder to demonstrate their anti-Israel bias and lack of professionalism by describing the terrorists as victims.
With an upcoming United Kingdom governmental review of theBritish Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) charter, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America media watchdog is calling for a change in BBC's coverage with regards to Israel.
The Palestinian media and other media outlets have distorted a recent rock-throwing attack in an attempt to demonize Israel by showing only part of the video footage in which IDF soldiers run down the attacker to capture him.