Itai Anghel is one of the most prominent TV journalists in Israel, known for his unique field work and in-depth documentaries. Anghel is the only Israeli journalist who has been covering the Islamic State from within.
Frank Melloul is the CEO of the Israel-based international news channel i24 News.
An Israeli border policeman is stabbed by a Palestinian in Jerusalem but Australia’s ABC News and Sky News confuse the victim with the attacker.
In an interview full of leading questions, the BBC’s Evan Davis asks Israeli politician Tzipi Livni whether she would describe her parents as terrorists.
Why has a satirical video by Israel’s foreign ministry mocking the international media caused such offense?
The Irish Times’s Michael Jansen publishes a three-part series of anti-Israel lies and distortions.
The New York Times becomes a cheerleader for the Palestinian campaign to suspend Israel from FIFA, world soccer’s governing body.
Time Magazine fails to include any mention of a Palestinian rocket attack from Gaza that prompted retaliatory Israeli air strikes.
The Daily Telegraph portrays an IDF soldier imprisoned for breaking army regulations as a free speech martyr as a result of critical comments he made on TV.
The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit releases its final correspondence concerning complaints made against Tim Willcox following his comments at a Paris rally.