Eleven years ago, Alison Weir published an account of the Associated Press erasing footage of an Israeli soldier intentionally shooting a Palestinian boy (originally published in CounterPunch). This was part of a pattern by the AP, as described in the article.
What is AP erasing, ignoring and leaving out these days?
German publishing house Axel Springer, which recently acquired Politico & Business Insider, requires from “every employee of our company” a commitment to Israel’s right to exist.
The invasion of Iraq was promoted by an interconnected network of Israel loyalists known as “neoconservatives” who were operating at all levels of the U.S. government, and who used their positions to promote policies on behalf of Israel. Three detailed reports, plus photos of the individuals who promoted this tragic and disastrous war…
A recent article by AP bureau chief Josef Federman on Israeli difficulties, to which we’ve added some essential facts, images, and videos that the story omitted….
Another casualty of Israel’s war on truth: ‘Canadian Journalists for Free Expression’ fired a staffer for publishing a routine letter that criticized Israel for killing journalists…
Much essential information is frequently omitted from US news coverage, including the vast difference in weaponry used in the “Israel-Hamas wars” – see this detailed report and videos of the weapons used by Israeli military forces and Palestinian resistance groups.
Mai Afaneh had earned her doctorate in psychology in Jordan, was happily teaching at a local university, and had a good family life with her husband and 5-year-old daughter… ‘She was not politically affiliated. All she cared about was her studies and helping her family and husband…’ She was killed by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank; this is Palestinian territory, not Israel.
Within hours after a ceasefire with Gaza begins, Israeli security forces raided the al Aqsa mosque after Friday prayers, claiming they were responding to stone-throwing. Meanwhile, Gaza digs out of the rubble left after 11 days of Israeli airstrikes.
After claiming “great accomplishments,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office announces ceasefire in Gaza operation. This follows 11 days of airstrikes on the people of Gaza, leaving at least 232 Gazans dead. 12 Israelis were also killed. Both sides claim victory.
The massacre early Sunday was “one of the most horrific crimes” Israel has committed during its ongoing war against the people of Gaza, according to Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor.