On May 12, the Globe and Mail published a Reuters article to its website with the following headline: “Palestine’s president blames Israel for Al Jazeera reporter’s killing.” The article itself referred to Abbas as the Palestinian President, not “Palestine’s” president. It does so, because, while the Palestinians desire statehood, they are not yet a state […]
Dear editors of the Windsor Star: These “Palestinian supporters” that you portray want the Jewish state of Israel replaced (destroyed) and made a Palestinian-Arab state judging by the logo of this organization which features a Palestinian flag over the State of Israel. Perhaps you might want to inform your readers about their agenda? Yours truly, […]
Update: February 12, 2021: Subsequent to HonestReporting Canada and its subscribers filing complaints with Global News, reporter Aya Hilmi Al-Hakim’s statement asserting that an “occupation and annexation of Palestine continues by the state of Israel” has been removed. An editors note now states the following at the top of the article: Editor’s note: This story […]
On what basis can the National Post assert that there’s a “historic food culture” from the non-existent state of “Palestine”? The Post’s food reporter Laura Brehaut reviewed a new cookbook called “Falastin” saying it’s a “chronicle of Palestine’s people and foodways” by “Jerusalem-born” chef and restauranteur Sami Tamimi, however, if he’s Jerusalem-born, then he’s the […]
Hate to burst your bubble Worldometers – real time world statistics. There’s no such thing as a “State of Palestine”. You should refer to the Palestinian territories as they don’t have statehood. HonestReporting Canada has requested that corrective action be undertaken. Stay tuned to this page for future update.
Attn: Toronto Star and Associated Press editors: There is no recognized state of “Palestine” contrary to the Associated Press’ reporting. Your article posted to the Star’s website should have said made reference to the “west bank” or the Palestinian territories, not “Palestine”. A correction is warranted. Will you?