Media myths can take on a life of their own. Here are 4 myths that badly need to be dispelled.
Palestinian children are back on the front lines, throwing rocks and bombs. Amnesty International asks: Who's to blame?
The media tries to mop up its horrific coverage of Jenin. Some newspapers succeed.
As the UN pressures for an investigation, the media is filled with Palestinian contradictions and lies.
As Palestinian factions step up the terror, the media gives Arafat the soapbox and portrays him as a heroic seeker of peace.
19 years after Ariel Sharon is cleared by U.S. and Israeli courts, the BBC dredges up old accusations and suggests the Israeli leader should be tried for war crimes.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the largest Jewish news service in the world, has heaps of praise for HonestReporting.
Canada's leading newspaper is not afraid to criticize the Palestinian Authority, even as the rest of the world turns a blind eye to Arafat's campaign of violence and terror.
The CEO of Hollinger International, publishers of The Spectator (London) and The Jerusalem Post, lashes out against "rabidly anti-Israel" journalists and governments.