The BBC’s obliviousness to the reality of Israeli aggression against Gaza has been staggeringly highlighted in a BBC Trust ruling.
Broadcaster breaks its commitment not to deceive its viewers and listeners.
In email to journalists, Israeli government press office recommends Mordechai Kedar for expertise on Palestinians, who, he said, should be threatened with rape to deter terrorism.
Jewish Voices for a Just Peace file a complaint at the Human Rights Commission against the Likud party’s South Africa chairman over a piece he wrote comparing Desmond Tutu with Adolf Hitler.
BBC journalist may not be as impartial as he should be.
Where Palestinian and Israeli narratives confront each other with no go-between, the Palestinians win.
Guardian justifies plan to run blood libel ad about Palestinian “child sacrifice” on Monday.
The BBC seems to think it needs permission from Israel to broadcast a simple charity appeal for Gaza.
New York Times bureau chief Jodi Rudoren claims that the story of Hadar Goldin, the Israeli soldier captured in Gaza, constituted her first “encounter with Israel’s military censor”. However…
Globes columnist Matti Golan advocates for interning Haneen Zoabi, Gideon Levy and “those like them.”