Still depending on unnamed sources, the New York Times blames Israel for planting a powerful explosive device in a warehouse where Iranian state researchers worked on advanced nuclear centrifuges, destroying the facility.
By i24NEWS, Associated Press
Israel was behind Thursday’s bomb attack on the Iranian Natanz uranium enrichment facility, the New York Times reported Sunday.
The newspaper cited a Middle Eastern intelligence official as saying that Israel was able to plant a powerful explosive in a warehouse where researchers worked on advanced centrifuges.
The NYT also cited a member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps with knowledge on the matter as confirming that Iranian investigators established that the blast had been caused by a bomb. Continue Reading »
Then-chairman of the PLO in 1966 admitted their policy: Arab States will never absorb Palestinian refugees, and they will remain refugees, “If they try to leave. We [PLO] will stop them, by force if need be.”
– UNRWA has taken 10’s to 100’s of BILLION$ from the West for 70 years to maintain this refugee policy, growing their numbers exponentially to perpetrate the Arab conflict against the Jews.
By David Lazarus
The Arab states will not integrate the Palestine refugees because integration would be a slow process of liquidating the Palestine problem.
Ahmed Shukairy, then-chairman of the PLO
New York Times, April 4, 1966
That has been the clear and unapologetic policy of the PLO until this day, even under its guise as the Palestinian Authority. Continue Reading »
The International edition of the New York Times admits their caricature had antisemitic tropes and admits it was an ‘error of judgement’ to publish it. (… ya think?)
BY SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The New York Times International Edition ran a cartoon of an apparently blind US President Donald Trump wearing a yarmulke being led by a dog with a Star of David for a collar and with a face of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on April 25.
NYT antisemetic photo on article
The cartoon was part of its Opinion section and appeared next to a column by Thomas Friedman about immigration. Continue Reading »
Among the numerous decisions that please Israel, the report also said the Saudi Arabian Crown Prince offered the PA despot Abbas a direct payment, and gave him two months to accept the conditions.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
A November meeting between Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman included a discussion of a peace plan largely favoring Israel, The New York Times reported.
Israeli PM Netanyahu, Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed ben Salmane with a very unhappy Palestinian autocrat, Mahmoud Abbas – Photos: Wikimedia
According to the Times’ report, bin Salman’s plan offers the PA noncontiguous parts of Judea and Samaria, with limited sovereignty and without eastern Jerusalem as its capital city. Continue Reading »
In their aim to embarrass President Trump, which in turn has generated more profits than the pre-Trump era, The New York Times has engaged in Fake News, time after time, and facilitates ‘leaks’ that may endanger us all, even at the benefit and protection of the terrorists.
By Phillip Pasmanick
President Trump has been complaining about ‘Fake News’ ever since he was nominated, and Fox news has been complaining how all the ‘Fake News’ media is consistently using leaked information from unknown sources. Although the great majority of the leaked ‘Fake News’ stories turn out in time to be untrue, occasionally leaked information is publicized harming the national interests of the U.S. Continue Reading »
Israeli Deputy Minister Michael Oren, a historian and visiting professor at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown universities, totally rejects a New York Times report claiming Israel was prepared to detonate a nuclear bomb in 1967 if it had felt war was lost, saying, “There is not even half a hint that supports” such a claim.
By Arutz Sheva Staff and JTA
Deputy Minister Michael Oren (Kulanu), a former Israeli ambassador to the United States, on Sunday rejected a report in the New York Timeswhich claimed that Israel was prepared to detonate a nuclear bomb in the Sinai to turn the tide of the 1967 Six Day War with its Arab neighbors if necessary. Continue Reading »
The former US president urges Obama to push for a one-sided UN Security Council resolution, rewarding the Palestinians for their entrenchment, while imposing harmful realities on Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Former US president Jimmy Carter has called on the outgoing Obama administration to take steps toward recognizing a Palestinian state before leaving office in January.
Former U.S. President Carter gives a hug to his friend, Hamas terror-leader, Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza in 2009
The 39th US president made the call in an op-ed published Monday in the New York Times under the title “America Must Recognize Palestine.”
“We do not yet know the policy of the next administration toward Israel and Palestine, but we do know that the current administration is keen on achieving a two state solution,” Carter wrote. Continue Reading »
Having depleted their small savings of $200 on medical bills, Zaheer’s Facebook friend contacted the Israeli charity Save a Child’s Heart, since the surgery would have cost the family living in Pakistan $7000.
A 14-month old Afghan boy named Yehia arrived in Israel late last month to receive lifesaving heart surgery, a happy ending to a long journey that started with a Facebook message, The New York Times reports.
Surgeons – File photo: AFP
The surgery would have cost the family now living in Peshawar, Pakistan $7,000, but the Israeli charity Save a Child’s Heart (SACH), who focuses on helping children with heart disease in under-developed countries where they cannot receive adequate care, stepped in to help. Continue Reading »
Elad Nehorai, the Jewish blogger of ‘Pop Chassid’, successfully raised enough money through crowdfunding for a full-page ad in the NY Times to counter the media bias.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
NEW YORK, NY – As the wave of terror in Israel continues to make international headlines, social media has been flooded with angry posts by Jewish and Israeli people from around the world complaining about the foreign outlets’ coverage of events. For some it is too minimal, for others, it it too biased against Israel.
Elad Nehorai, who runs the Jewish blog Pop Chassid out of Brooklyn in New York, has felt very frustrated following the US media. Continue Reading »
The overtly anti-Israel prejudice at the New York Times is so riddled with selected half-truths & seeded inaccuracies, the paper’s partiality in news reporting, is now undeniably evident.
By Noah Beck
The anti-Israel prejudice at The New York Times (“NYT”) is so extensive and persistent that the paper’s partiality is now undeniable and well documented (see the endless archive of NYT bias reports at two media watchdogs: CAMERAand Honest Reporting). Here are just four egregious examples from the last few weeks.
On September 10th, the NYT singled out Jewish lawmakers on the Iran deal.
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On September 15th, the NYT suggested that the Israeli who was murdered by rock-throwing Palestinians had died of a “self-inflicted accident” after the attackers had merely “pelted the road” (rather than his car).
WATCH: After Jewish ex-editor of NYT made outrageous claims against Israel, Yitzhar spokesperson films West Bank Arab village to see the alleged ‘Palestinian carts & dirt roads.’
By Avi Chaim
Ezri Tubi, spokesperson for the Samaria community of Yitzhar, released a video on Wednesday debunking the claims of Robert Cohen, a former editor of the New York Times who happens to be Jewish.
Robert Cohen, a former editor of the New York Times – Screenshot
Cohen claimed that Palestinian Arabs ride around in “donkey carts” on “dirt roads” to their orchards, while Jews ride in fancy cars on modern highways nearby – so Tubi drove through the Arab village of Huwara located near his home to test the ex-editor’s claims. Continue Reading »
Prominently unfriendly newspaper on Israeli politics runs extensive feature detailing Israel’s history from a country critically dependent on rainwater to a desalination superpower.
• Israel leads the world in recycling domestic wastewater by treating 86% for agricultural use.
By Erez Linn
The front page story of The New York Times on Saturday hailed Israel and its government for its technologically advanced water desalination system.
The New York Times’ front page
The newspaper displayed an extensive piece alongside a large picture, which tells the story of Israel’s path from a country critically dependent on rain water to a desalination superpower.
“A major national effort to desalinate Mediterranean seawater and recycle wastewater has provided the country with enough water for all its needs, even during severe droughts. Continue Reading »
NYT cited again for anti-Israel bias, this time for diminishing any Palestinian culpability of infant’s murder, using pejorative labels for Israelis, and omitting a multitude of incriminating details that unbiased media outlets would have reported.
By Hillel Fendel
The CAMERA media watchdog group has mounted a frontal assault on a New York Times article yet again – this time regarding biased coverage of the Palestinian terror attack in which an infant was killed.
At issue is the Times story reporting on last week’s Palestinian terrorist attack in Jerusalem that killed a 3-month-old infant and wounded eight other Israelis. “But instead of presenting the rather clear-cut events in an objective, straightforward manner,” writes CAMERA, “reporter Isabel Kershner quickly redirected readers away from the facts of Palestinian violence to focus instead on Israel’s alleged misdeeds.” Continue Reading »