Journalism safety watchdog says Government of Israel has yet to substantiate Israeli army spokesperson’s claims published by The New York Times.
In a new low for the BBC’s objectively pro-Israel coverage, the British state broadcaster seems to be doing its best to downplay the murder by Israel of family members of one of its own cameramen.
“We wish to express our outrage at the reprehensible media coverage of these acts in the mainstream (corporate) media.”
Media bias morphs the reality of the world’s fourth-largest military relentlessly attacking a defenseless, besieged population into a cliché of tit-for-tat violence for which Palestinian resistance groups are responsible.
These ads reduce women from political actors to sexual objects doing men’s bidding.
“Constant, unchecked repetition of this misinformation has been very damaging.”
If the BBC can’t show that Israeli soldiers died on the same day as Rachel Corrie, why can’t it simply offer a straightforward correction?
The Guardian has a responsibility not to enable bigotry even as it offers readers diverse points of view.
The Guardian has dumped Joshua Trevino, who incited murder of Palestine solidarity activists, over conflict of interest.
At an Israeli consulate rally in 2010, the candidate Treviño wrote speeches for mouthed words of hate and vilification.