Mideast analyst Dexter Van Zile exposed recent remarks by infamous anti-Semite E. Michael Jones accusing Jews of being responsible for the ‘ongoing controversy surrounding the 2020 presidential election.’
The organization that posted the sign hopes ‘Times staff will see it and do some soul-searching about their bigotry of low expectations in not holding Palestinian rulers to the same standard as they do the Jewish state.’
After students at University College London were attacked by pro-Palestinian demonstrators who stormed in through the windows screaming anti-Jewish slogans, the school said it did not view the protests as violent.
In response to a newly-released Brandeis University-sponsored report on the growing phenomenon of anti-Semitism and its link to the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, Jewish and pro-Israel students on US campuses are more willing and better organized than ever to fight back.
Anti-Semitic posters have been appearing on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley since a course openly hostile to Israel was first suspended and then permitted to be held this semester as planned.
Once again, Reuters demonstrated its anti-Israel bias and hypocritical reporting in a news story about a Palestinian terrorist who was shot dead after attacking Israeli soldiers. One thing is clear: Don’t believe everything you read from Reuters.
The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) was responding to the biased way a piece that appeared in Tuesday’s “newspaper of record” reported on the current wave of terrorism against Israelis.
"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.
Lesley Klaff, senior law lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, says the disproportionate attention given the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by the BBC, and the anti-Israel bias of its reports suggest it is “institutionally antisemitic.”
French citizens display disgust when shown a fake biased headline about the recent Paris terror attacks in which the terrorists are portrayed as victims. Interestingly, news outlets actually use this type of bad reporting when covering Palestinian terror against Israelis.
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.
Reporting on the recent deadly Palestinian attacks, Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter Conor Powell twists the facts, presenting a false, Palestinian narrative of Israeli intentions on the Temple Mount and Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria.