Take for example, this piece by Reuters hacks Nidal al-Mughrabi and Allyn Fisher-Ilan:
It is a bald-faced lie to assert that Hamas "has mostly held fire" since the Gaza war ended in 2009 and that other terrorist groups ("militants" in Reuters parlance) have only engaged in "sporadic fire" at Israeli communities. As we've noted several times, in fact over 500 rockets and mortars have been launched by Gaza-based Palestinian terrorists into Israel over the last 25 months, an average of nearly one projectile per day.Hamas has rejected Western demands to recognize Israel and reject outright acts of violence against the Jewish state. But it has mostly held fire since a devastating 22-day Gaza war in late 2008 in which 1,400 Palestinians and 13 Israelis died -- though other militants had kept up sporadic fire at Israel.
Al-Mughrabi and Fisher-Ilan apparently don't want their audience informed of the facts. Why? The answer is that the two are deeply ideological and dishonest reporters supporting a Palestinian advocacy agenda and working for a news agency that refuses to enforce its own corporate governance charter, the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles, which obligates the company and its employees "to act at all times with integrity, independence and freedom from bias".