Controversial New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner has spoken out at last on a topic he is expert in – advocacy journalism. In response to an email from a Facebook user called Scott Mohn complaining that The New York Times had not covered the 15 July march in Jerusalem held by thousands of Israeli left-wing Zionists and a number of Palestinians from eastern occupied Jerusalem, Bronner wrote: Read more about New York Times' Ethan Bronner speaks out about "advocacy journalism"
The New York Times has told The Electronic Intifada it stands fully behind an article by its Jerusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner despite compelling evidence that the article contains fabrications, misleading statements, and gross exaggerations. Read more about New York Times stands by Ethan Bronner's Facebook fabrications
In today’s New York Times, Ethan Bronner profiles a Facebook page which he calls a “virtual bridge” between Israeli, Palestinian and Arab youth. But much of Bronner’s article is misleading and possibly false. Read more about Was New York Times' Ethan Bronner duped by an Israeli Facebook fraud?