The good and the bad of media coverage of Palestine
Bastion of progressive journalism provides a platform to anti-Palestinian bigots.
Moshe Yaalon, Israel’s defense minister, was allowed to spout propaganda without being challenged.
Public editor also says widely discussed article should have included views of Jewish students who support Israel boycott.
Glowing puff piece makes light of Ayelet Shaked’s call for extermination of Palestinian civilians.
Students say New York Times reporters posed inappropriate questions for story on campus anti-Semitism and the BDS movement.
Fact checkers at PolitiFact refuse to issue correction to erroneous report denying Israel’s role in training Baltimore police.
Presenters display aggression toward Palestinian interviewees, yet give Israeli spokespeople an easy ride.
Election accusation that Scottish nationalists seek “destruction of the UK” echoes Israeli rhetoric.
Leaked emails reveal anti-Palestinian bigotry in Sony, Time Warner executive suites.
A recent BBC Radio 4 interview with Moshe Yaalon marks a new low in the public broadcaster’s already-terrible coverage of Palestine.
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