This is the story Breitbart posted which was widely shared across the net. Breitbart loves showing gangs of Muslims doing mad violent things. Before Christmas they had a gang of Muslims destroying a Christmas tree in Italy when in fact the tree was in Cairo and the people were taking presents off the tree as part of some promotion or other.
Now the Dortmund police relate what really happened as per the Guardian link above. The church was not set on fire. It is not Germany's oldest (a quick google reveals it is in Trier). There was a serious of unconnected incidents which Breitbart dishonestly stitched together. The video on Breitbart claims to show immigrants from the ME waving Al Qeada and IS flags. What I saw was the Syrian flag being waved which seems to back the police report that it was Syrians celebrating the ceasefire in Syria.
Sites like Jihadwatch regularly use Breitbart to show Muslims (and other groups) in a bad light yet many of these reports or either false or uncorroborated by anyone else. It underlines how important it is to take non-mainstream media with a large helping of salt.
Breitbart is biased. So is The Guardian. Is The Guardian a 'fake news' site?
By The Guardian LOL. The Guardian is never deliberately misleading - or is it?
Either you are clueless or are being deliberately obtuse. The Guardian has apolitical bias yes. The Guardian, the BBC, RTE, the Telegraph, the Economist, The Irish Times do not fake news stories. Furthermore where there is an error it is corrected. Furthermore you have heard of the SPJ and the NUJ? You have heard of the various codes of conduct to which reputable media organs (ie not Bretibart or RT) belong?
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