Media Bias
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A two-hour panel discussion on the past, present and future of Jewish life at Columbia University resulted in a childish flurry of offensive reactions from four school administrators, according to … more
The extremism is a pattern. So is the New York Times’ commitment to concealing it. Last week in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Los Angeles and Washington DC, anti-Israel activists wished for … more
A prominent ex-BBC chief added his voice to the growing outcry over the networks bias against Israel, which though long-standing, has become increasingly apparent post-Oct. … more
Seven months of an unprecedented surge in antisemitism that has turned American college campuses and even K-12 schools into hostile environments for Jews has changed a lot of … more
This is an excerpt from an article published this week in Algemeiner.com by Ira Stoll, The Algemeiner’s press-criticism columnist, headlined "Jewish Newspaper  Editor  Cancels His New … more
Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Media and Reporting When the International Court of Justice issued an order on Jan. 26 in the genocide case brought against Israel by South Africa, it soon … more
F or several years now, my media consumption habits have been guided in part by what I call my “escape routes.” As someone who spends his days immersed in reports and analysis of … more
A group determined to save local news in New York rallied in Albany in an effort to bring more lawmakers to their cause. The Empire State Local News Coalition — a statewide advocacy group … more
What is the obligation of a reporter or news photographer covering an act of terrorism or warfare? Is it merely to document what has happened? Or are there some limits on what a journalist should do … more
The following headline — an unsubstantiated lie — exemplifies how the media mislead millions of readers into believing that the Israel Defense Forces is a brutal, vengeful army that … more
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