Conflicting accounts of what happened at the border. Whose side makes more sense.
Headlines are becoming more sensational and less accurate. And it's only going to get worse.
Here is an example of why no one really takes Hasbara seriously. A click-bait headline to get people upset at the NYT when all the fuss is that the paper had an interview with someone who said that Israeli folk dances adopted the steps of Arab dances and set them to new music. The "New York Times" did not "accuse" anyone of "stealing" anything!
Slavery and terrorism are both repugnant. If you are sickened by the PA's glorification of terrorists, you should be equally sickened by those who glorify generals who fought against the United States to preserve the ability to own human beings.
When you think of non-violence, who do you think of? ABBAS???????
I wish I wasn't an expert in this.... Shameful article in the Washington Post.
Trump gets scrutiny while Abbas gets a free pass. The latest from the CAMCI.Report.
Marwan Barghouti claims to be political prisoner. Too bad the NYT didn't say the real reason he is in prison.
Why does Reuters think so many "settlers" are leaving? Wishful thinking?
How should a newspaper illustrate a future 40 family town? With a picture of a 40,000 person city?? The latest from the CAMCI.Report in the Jewish Press.
Gaza: Hot haircuts and a baseball league with no baseballs. That's what the AP chooses to report on from Gaza. The latest CAMCI.Report.
AP waxes poetic about " another form of resilience displayed by Gaza's 2 million residents, who are entering their 10th year under a blockade." Yes, getting a haircut is indeed heroic.