On June 9th, CAMERA’s Alex Safiancommented on the New York Times’ failure to use the word “terror” to refer to the deadly Palestinian attack on civilians in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, despite the fact that the Times used the root word “terror” fourteen times in a different June 8th story about a hypothetical attack in France in preparation for the Euro 2016 football tournament.
Similarly, our review of fourseparatereports by the Guardian showed that the media group also failed to use the term “terror” in describing the Tel Aviv attack – except when quoting Israeli officials.
Guardian, June 8th
Instead of “terror” attack, the Guardian opted instead for “shooting” or just “attack”. And, instead of “terrorist”…
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