HRC Concerned About Globe and Mail Journalist’s Biased Reporting

HRC recently took Globe and Mail reporter Mark MacKinnon to task for producing reporting which almost exclusively blamed Israel for Palestinian poverty and despair and for publishing partisan and inaccurate tweets about the Middle East conflict. MacKinnon, the Globe’s former Mideast bureau chief, continued to author biased reports such as his July 6 article entitled: […]

Toronto Star Report Lacks Attribution In Claiming Israeli Shells Killed Gazan Girls

The Toronto Star featured an article by reporter Patty Winsa yesterday entitled: “Gaza doctor’s refusal to hate is still an inspiration” which reported the following as undisputed facts: Body paragraph: “On Jan. 16, 2009, Israeli military tank shells killed three of Abuelaish’s daughters and his niece and destroyed their home in Gaza.” Photo caption: “Izzeldin […]

Globe and Mail Reporter Unfairly Singles Out Israel

In a recent HRC special report, we documented five glaring examples of Globe and Mail bias against Israel, wherein the Globe produced problematic content with an overt anti-Israel slant and failed to remedy its journalist shortcomings. This anti-Israel trend continued on January 23 with a report by Patrick Martin, a Global Affairs reporter at the […]

CBC Reporter Cites HRC: Israel Claims Palestinian Terrorist Died Evading Arrest Raid

In recent months, we’ve confronted and exposed CBC Reporter Sasa Petricic for producing Twitter blasts (see here, here, here, here and here) that unfairly maligned Israel. A recent post on July 27 was no exception. Petricic stated the following to his almost 12,000 followers: The main problem with this tweet is Petricic’s claim that the 3rd […]