The BBC continues to fail to provide audiences with the full range of information necessary for understanding of the Airbnb story.
As we explained in a subsequent complaint to Times editors, the Gush Etzion main communities were founded before 1948, in the 1920s and 1930s, on land legally purchased by Jews. Jews living at the original Kibbutzim were killed during the 1929 Arab riots, then re-established and destroyed again during Arab revolt of 1936-1939. Though the communities were re-established in the 1940s, they were again destroyed by Arabs fighters during the 1948 war.
We often complain that the Guardian’s reporting on Israel – even when not in violation of the accuracy clause of the Editors’ Code – is consistently tendentious. That is, most of their […]
Contrary to Guardian suggestion, Palestinian terrorists don’t primarily target soldiers and settlers
Peter Beaumont’s Guardian report about a Palestinian stabbing attack on two Israelis, at the Sinjil junction near Shiloh on April 9th, was largely unremarkable, except for these final two paragraphs. Israel experienced a wave of similar attacks […]
Cross posted from CAMERA’s blog Snapshots News media often refer erroneously to the West Bank as “Palestinian land” or “Palestinian territory” and Israeli acquisition or development there often get reported as “land […]
The Times of London, on Sept. 2, published an article by Gregg Carlstrom about a recent decision by Israeli authorities to declare 988 acres in the Gush Etzion region of Judea and Samaria […]
Within the growing body of work in the field of Comically Erroneous Political Comparisons, Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell just distinguished himself as a rising star. Here’s a Sept. 1st cartoon by Bell, an artist who […]
At what age, in the eyes of the media, can Israelis who live with their parents in communities across the green line be characterized as “settlers”? Evidently, for the Guardian at least, […]