Both the Guardian and the Telegraph failed to note that their previous 2014 reports claimed – as if it was an uncontroversial fact – that Israel was responsible for the attack on the family. Additionally, those original articles have not been amended to reflect this new information suggesting that an errant Hamas rocket was to blame for the tragedy.
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow was among the many foreign journalists who visited Gaza on the one year anniversary of the 2014 summer war. In one of his video segments on […]
CAMERA, in two blog posts earlier in the year, cited examples of how media outlets find inventive ways to avoid mentioning the fact that the “total Egyptian blockade has isolated the Gaza Strip far more than the Israeli blockade, under which goods and people do cross“. Though CAMERA in those particular cases was citing reports by Agence France Presse (AFP) and The New York Times, British media reports on the deprivation in Gaza also routinely ignore the Egyptian blockade
The strap line of a recent Guardian op-ed by Richard Seymour (a blogger at Lenin’s tomb) says it all. Here’s the entire post: They hid at the El-Wafa hospital. They hid at the Al-Aqsa hospital. They hid at the beach, where children played […]
On Friday we commented on a report by Harriet Sherwood focusing on Egypt’s recent re-closure of Gaza’s supply tunnels (Palestinians in Gaza feel the Egypt effect as smuggling tunnels close, July 19) […]
Electronic Intifada contributor Rana Baker just published a commentary at ‘Comment is Free’ (‘Egypt’s coup does not bode well for Palestinians‘, July 10), which should have been titled ‘Egypt’s coup does not […]
Guardian reporters and contributors have implicitly blamed the Israeli blockade for spousal abuse in Gaza, and even for one Palestinian man’s suicide, so a recent first person account by Najah Ayash (titled ‘Life […]
On Sept. 19 the Israeli Air Force targeted two terror operatives affiliated with the “Defenders of al–Aqsa” in southern Gaza. The IDF Spokesperson Unit even named the terrorists who were targeted (Anis Abu Mahmoud el-Anin […]
Yesterday, we posted about a photo selected by Guardian editors for their Aug. 12th edition of their ongoing series, ‘24 hours in pictures‘. The caption reads. “Rafah, Gaza: A Palestinian man looks […]
An August 12, 2012 edition of the Guardian’s ‘24 hours in pictures‘, included this. The caption read: “Rafah, Gaza: A Palestinian man looks out from a destroyed house near the border crossing […]
The Guardian Gaza Live Blog of June 8th included an editor’s note explaining the rationale for the blog and providing answers to likely reader questions. I’ll fisk a couple of their explanations, but I find that their opening […]
Harriet Sherwood has written three articles relating to the brutal terrorist attack in the Israeli town of Itamar, two for the Guardian (here and here) and another in the Observer. Medusa commented on the […]
(What The Guardian won’t report) More photos of Gazans in Rafah celebrating deadly terrorist attack in Itamar
H/T Israellycool Images from Gaza.
Palestinian terrorists murder family of five, including 3 children, in Israeli town of Itamar (Residents in Gaza town of Rafah celebrate)
Palestinian terrorists infiltrated the Israeli city of Itamar, southeast of Nablus, early Shabbat morning and stabbed five family members to death – including children aged 11, 3, and a baby girl. The […]