Remember Reuters’ cropped knives? An update

Pix above: ‘The Reuters crops were deemed sufficiently serious to prompt a complaint from Israel’s Minister for Public Diplomacy Yuli Edelstein, who demanded an explanation from Tom Glocer, CEO of Thomson Reuters.’ — ‘Shattered Lens – The Gaza Flotilla’ “I remember noticing a knife in the hands of one of the men on the ship as … Continue reading

The mother who assaulted her lifeless son

Pix above: Palestinian mother stepping on the corpse of her son who collaborated with Israelis. This photo has been cropped by Hartal to fit the preset dimensions for main picture fixed by our template layout. To see the photo in full, please go here. In yesterday’s posting, we brought up a statistical study of Palestinian … Continue reading

Most shocking photo of bloodied Israeli commando yet!

Updated (July 28): In an interview with CBC, the Canadian activist Kevin  says he “didn’t see any wounds” and that the soldiers were released “unharmed as far as I understand”. However in a separate and earlier video-taping on board the Mavi Marmara, Neish addresses the camera below decks during the hostilities, and says very clearly … Continue reading

Reuters admit making Israel look bad / ‘Star’ snivels some more

By Hartal MSM Fox News anchor Trace Gallagher recalled: “When I was in northern Israel covering the war between Israel and Hezbollah back in 2006, Reuters was accused of doctoring a number of photos that made the Israeli defence forces (IDF) look more aggressive. Reuters acknowledged and admitted, yes, those (word inaudible) photographs had been … Continue reading

Did Reuters crop Gaza flotilla photos to hide activists’ weapons?

UPDATED (2.05pm) In our earlier post ‘Did Reuters crop Gaza flotilla photos to hide activists’ weapons?’ (click to view photos), the injured men in the balaclava who have been stabbed and held down are the Israeli commandos. It’s only to be expected that Malaysian readers would mistake the bleeding and captured men (Israeli soldiers) for … Continue reading