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‘Washington Post’ finally covers Palestinian human-rights abuses
Readers should welcome the newspaper’s sudden, if belated, attention to the draconian measures employed by Palestinian leaders against their own people.
The ‘Oslo Diaries’ and Yasser Arafat’s trunk
Those watching the HBO film are presented with superficial history and images, with much of the real story left on the cutting-room floor.
‘Foreign Policy’ magazine does PR for UNRWA
Details are missing in the magazine’s Aug. 9 dispatch (“For Trump and Co., Few Palestinians Count as Refugees”), which omits UNRWA employees praising Hitler and Hamas, and calling to murder Jews.
The media’s blowing smoke on Palestinian kite terrorism
Many Western media outlets ignore stories that depict either Israeli suffering or Palestinian independent agency, preferring instead narrative-based reporting that depicts the former as aggressors and the latter as perennial victims.
Palestinian Nazi flags and Hamas talking points
Although many reporters have uncritically repeated Hamas’s false claim that the “Great Return March” is nonviolent, photographic and video evidence has shown several protesters carrying firearms, explosives, Molotov cocktails and other weapons.
Karen Bekker & Sean Durns
‘The Washington Post’ provides cover for Hamas
Although Hamas claimed it was staging a peaceful border protest, rocks were thrown and tires burned, and in one instance, gunfire was involved. But the media helped serve Hamas's objectives by uncritically repeating claims by the terror group and those living under its brutal rule.
How ‘The Washington Post’ distorts the Arab-Israeli conflict
The Washington Post continually omits Palestinian rejection of U.S. and Israeli peace offers, while simultaneously ignoring Palestinian leaders who embrace terror.
UNESCO indulges anti-Semitism
Media miss emergence of new Iranian-funded Palestinian terror group
Iranian-backed terrorists work to destabilize Africa