Glauben Sie nicht alles, was Sie in den Medien über den Anschlag von Tel Aviv gelesen haben!

„After two Palestinian terrorists attacked innocent Israeli civilians in Tel Aviv’s busy Sarona market on Wednesday night, which resulted in at least four deaths and several serious injuries, foreign media outlets feigned confusion over the facts even though Israeli media outlets were already reporting the details within minutes after the attack. (…)

The terror attack took place in the Sarona market, which happens to be located near the Israeli Defense Ministry and Kiryah military headquarters. Despite the fact that this was clearly a terrorist attack against a civilian target, the Daily Telegraph‘s headline stressed the incidental proximity to the Defense Ministry at the expense of the actual location of the attack.

Telegraph media bias

All too often, the location of a terrorist attack, be it in Judea and Samaria or at a military base, is used by the media to explain away or even justify Palestinian violence even when the victims are Israeli civilians. Let it be absolutely clear. This latest terror attack targeted civilians and not security personnel.

As The Jerusalem Post reported, CNN inspired outrage with its headline when it put the word “terrorists” in quotations on its Facebook page.  Additionally, the news agency failed to mention terrorism even once in the article reporting the attack.

CNN biased headline

The Independent, however, got its geography completely wrong. Its headline referred to the Tel Aviv attack taking place in the „Israeli capital.„“ HonestReporting prompted a swift correction.

While it was later amended, if you ever wanted proof that RT (formerly Russia Today), the Kremlin propaganda outfit, is anything but a serious news outlet, this headline offered definitive proof.“

RT headline

(Bericht auf: United with Israel: „How the Media Showed Blatant Anti-Israel Bias in Reporting Palestinian Terror Attack in Tel Aviv“)


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