About Us

HonestReporting monitors the news for bias, inaccuracy, or other breach of journalistic standards in coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It also facilitates accurate reporting for foreign journalists covering the region. HonestReporting is not aligned with any government or political party or movement.

HonestReporting believes that a fully informed public is essential to progress and understanding in conflict resolution. It is not enough to correct inaccurate reporting and expose breaches of journalistic ethics. HonestReporting, through its MediaCentral project, provides support services for journalists based in or visiting Israel, the Palestinian territories, and the region to insure the free flow of information.

HonestReporting’s work serves the public interest by fighting misinformation, such as computer manipulations of images that give people a false impression of the conflict. At the same time, it provides agenda-free services to reporters, including translation services and access to news makers to enable them to provide a fuller picture of the situation. Honestreporting has over 140,000 subscribers and its MediaCentral project handles over 1,000 inquiries from journalists each year.


  1. Marsha Toma said:

    I am a Zionist and after reading, what I felt was a distorted and one sided article about the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, I want to hear the other side. The article I read on this website didn’t say enough and this a problem when I hear people talking about the ‘poor Palestinians!’

  2. jay said:

    Beside the name of your website, i dont that see thet point of your website its only ipure propagada to have some pitty about the sad and fragile jewing nation. That is bullshit and you know it. You just make matter worst for your cause you are trying to defend, and i m sure you dont have any guts to publishing that comment on your blog.

  3. Zelig said:

    Jay is proof that ignorance is a life threatening disease.

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