Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Another Day, Another Biased Women of the Wall Headline

Once again, as the Huffington Post has done so many times in the past, a Women of the Wall headline has been spun to make Israel and Orthodox Jews look as bad as possible. Here's today's example:

For the thousandth time, no one is stopping women in Jerusalem from "praying". Such a claim is dishonest to the core. Why can't the Huffington Post editors just be accurate and state that "Ultra-Orthodox Block Women from Praying At the Western Wall" or "Ultra-Orthodox Block Women from Reading from Torah"?

It might not be as snappy a headline, but it's at least factually accurate.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for pointing out the truth. The media bias against Israel in general and Orthodox Jewry in particular is ridiculous!


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