Reuters, a major international news agency, falsely blamed Israel for water supply issues in a Bethlehem-area Palestinian village in an article published earlier this week, according to media watchdog HonestReporting.
The editorial board of the English-language Saudi Gazette wrote the Palestinians could bend the arc of history if they accept Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s invitation to address the Knesset.
On September 11, 2001, news outlets captured video of Palestinians celebrating upon hearing the news that Muslim terrorists carried out multiple terror attacks in America that killed 3,000 innocent people and injured many more.
Haidar Sabi blamed the Arab focus on the Palestinian issue as one of the main reasons for the destruction of Iraq and concluded that Iraqis must begin to put themselves first, and focus on rebuilding their identity and their country.
While the Obama White House has expressed skepticism over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's call for direct negotiations with the Palestinians, the same US officials remained silent after the Palestinians rejected Israel's offer to meet.
Proving Israel's point that the Palestinians have rejected peace overtures for years, Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah again dismissed Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's call for direct talks anytime, anywhere.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) published a list on Friday of flags which are banned to display during the upcoming 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden next month, including those of the Islamic State (ISIS) and the Palestinians. The decision has angered the Palestinians.
The plight of Palestinian Christians does not interest the international community, because Israel cannot be blamed for demolishing the antiquities. If the current policy against Christians persists, the day will come when no Christians will be left in Bethlehem.