Stop Wikipedia’s War Against Israel
For more than a decade, Wikipedia—the number one online educational resource globally—has allowed anonymous anti-Israel editors to falsely and negatively alter Israel’s factual history in Wikipedia articles pertaining to the Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian conflicts.
A cabal of virulently anti-Israel anonymous editors is responsible for decimating virtually the entire pro-Israel editing community. Volunteer “administrators” (with lifetime positions), responsible for overseeing the editing process of Wikipedia, have not only allowed anti-Israel editors freedom to take over Wikipedia, but they have also participated by blocking and banning predominantly Jewish and pro-Israel editors.
The stakes couldn’t be higher. One anti-Israel university course can affect 30 students, Wikipedia affects millions. For anyone concerned about the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaigns against Israel, Wikipedia is now the number one global source that actively substantiates the lies and false propaganda being disseminated about Israel.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WIKIPEDIA'S ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN BIAS
The Israel Group analyzed over 350,000 words across 50 contentious Wikipedia articles in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, classifying every sentence as pro-Israel, anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian, anti-Palestinian, or neutral on a broad range of subjects from people and places to concepts, organizations, and history.
Discover the hard numbers revealing twice as much critical content of Israelis compared to Palestinians
Over the top: revealing the articles with absurdly high percentages of anti-Israel content, some over 50%, 60%, 70%, and even 80%.