Following last week's election of Ariel Sharon in Israel, several journalists called into question the legitimacy of Israel's democratic process.
With Israeli elections in the news, many publications are unleashing ferocious attacks on Prime Minister-elect Ariel Sharon.
60 Minutes promotes itself as the work of solid investigative reporters. This time they got the story backwards.
An article in the January 2001 issue of Harper's Magazine lambastes Israel for the worst crimes, including "barbarism," "fierce prejudice," "systematic violence," and even "ethnic cleansing."
A BBC article suggests that religious Jews seek to blow up the mosques on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
250,000 people gathered outside the Old City walls in support of Jerusalem. Did it receive fair coverage in the media?
This week, many media outlets reported in the same article the murders of Binyamin Ze'ev Kahana and wife, Talia, and the killing several hours later of a Palestinian terrorist leader, Thabet Thabet, presumably by Israeli security forces.
A notoriously rabid anti-Semite, who happens to be employed as a journalist, spews his venom once more.
The Washington Post brings some outrageous Palestinian claims — and then fails to question if there is any Israeli refutation.
In a lengthy background piece on the Mideast crisis, the UK Economist somehow manages to avoid mentioning the Israeli point of view anywhere in the article.