Send us examples of bad headlines on Israel in the British media

UK Media Watch

Headlines have enormous power in shaping news consumers’ immediate impressions of an event. 

While pursuing a print or online newspaper, or browsing news site Twitter feeds, the headline chosen by editors not only sets the tone for how the article is framed, but often represents the primary source of information on a given issue for those who either quickly skim the article, or don’t read it at all.

This is why we focus so heavily on revealing and attempting to correct factually inaccurate or misleading headlines about Israel.  Though errors in the body of the article (and misleading photos) are of course extremely important, headlines sometimes reveal even more concerning efforts to distort stories relating to Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.

CAMERA’s article on problematic headlines on the recent terror wave (Wave of Palestinian Violence Accompanied by Spate of Bad Writing) explained that the worst offenders “relied on the passive…

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