Of course, the conclusions of the HLMG report completely contradict the dominant British media narrative on the conflict, and thus will almost certainly be ignored by the same journalists who are always willing to amplify reports by radical NGOs critical of Israel’s conduct during the war.
In the following video produced by Jerusalem U, Col. Richard Kemp, the former commander of British Forces in Afghanistan, explains the egregious double standards in media coverage of Israel during the recent Gaza conflict.
For Israelis who work professionally to promote accurate reporting about Israel and the Middle East, one of the most vexing dynamics (beyond the false claims, distortions, and fabrications) is a media narrative […]
This essay was written by Col. Richard Kemp, and originally published at Gatestone Institute. “So are you going after innocent civilians or is it incompetence Colonel Lerner?” asks the interviewer, her face contorted […]
“terrorism” does not have any real meaning other than “a Muslim who commits violence against America and its allies”, so as soon as a Muslim commits violence, there is an automatic decree […]
I spent the day participating in a media tour of Sderot and other Israeli towns close to the border with Gaza. The day included a security briefing, several Code Red (Tzeva Adom) […]
H/T Margie Here is Col. Richard Kemp speaking to the “We Believe in Israel” conference which took place in London on May 15th.
This is cross posted by Yarden Frankl, who blogs at “Crossing the Yarden“. So now, Judge Goldstone writes an op-ed in the Washington Post where he admits that the Israeli military did […]