Is the Hebron Shooter Guilty?

by Yarden Frankl

August 31st, 2016

More importantly, why do you think he is guilty or innocent, a hero or a criminal?

People use their preconceived notions to see what they want to see. This includes journalists. It is one of the root causes of anti-Israel media bias.

Please read and share my latest article on Times of Israel:

Is the Hebron Shooter Guilty?

Yarden Frankl, Neve Daniel

“Dad, a Terrorist Just Killed Someone!”

by Yarden Frankl

August 29th, 2016

We have to learn to stop treating rumors as facts and advocate for more accurate news coverage.

My latest article on Times of Israel:

Dad, a Terrorist Just Killed Someone!”

Thanks for sharing/forwarding this article on anti-Israel media bias.

Yarden Frankl, Neve Daniel

Terrorism in the Media

by Yarden Frankl

August 25th, 2016

Now that the media are starting to use the word “terrorism” more often, it is time for them to drop their reluctance to apply it to Palestinian terrorist groups like Hamas.

Please click to read my latest article:

Terrorism in the Media

(Note: I am no longer affiliated with HonestReporting, although I am continuing my work challenging anti-Israel media bias.  The opinions expressed are exclusively my own.)

Thanks!

Yarden Frankl, Neve Daniel

How Accurately Does the Media Cover Israel?

by Yarden Frankl

August 23rd, 2016

profiletaDear Friends:

Please read my latest blog at the Times of Israel:

How Accurately Does the Media Cover Israel?

Thanks!

 

-Yarden

Stella’s Army — Can You Help?

by Yarden Frankl

July 24th, 2016

Hey Stella’s Army,

I am posting this in hopes that someone will be able to help Esther get the cancer drugs she needs. I know her personally and she is a wonderful, kind neighbor, much loved by her/my community of Neve Daniel. Her post has gone viral and it should until she finds the medicine she needs.

Please share.

Thank you.

–Yarden

Shalom. My name is Esther Caplin, from Neve Daniel, Israel.

After a year of treatments for stage 4 breast cancer which has spread to my liver, my oncologist decided to put me on Ibrance (with Faslodex) providing me with a free 3-month supply of Ibrance that he had obtained from a former patient.

Unfortunately, Ibrance is not one of the cancer drugs supplied on the health plan in Israel and my oncologist hoped to use the three month period to assess its effectiveness on me and to try to acquire more of the drug from Pfizer on compassionate grounds.

While the Ibrance has succeeded in halting the spread of the cancer, the request to Pfizer did not work out. As buying the drug was not a viable option, I began a search in my support group (Inspire) for women who were once on Ibrance and since moved to a different treatment, the idea being that some people have Ibrance that is no longer being used. I was successful so far in obtaining enough pills for two more months of treatment.

I am asking you to please spread the word – if you know anyone who was once on Ibrance and wishes to donate her left over Ibrance pills, please contact me at esther.caplin@gmail.com

As I see it, the unused medicine eventually will be thrown out, but for me, every 21 pills means another month of life.

Thank you so much for passing this on to whomever you think may be able to help me.

In appreciation,
Esther Caplin