With the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Abbas, Yassir Arafat reasserts himself — undermining the key precondition for peace talks.
Local media monitors use documentation and personal meetings to demand fair Mideast coverage from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The New Zealand Herald fires its virulently anti-Israeli cartoonist; also, NY Times persists in ignoring Palestinian terror
London's The Guardian downplays the significance of Israel's prisoner release with unsubstantiated claims of mass arrests.
Israel's security fence receives unjustified media scrutiny, including comparisons to apartheid.
Vicious anti-American material fills the Palestinian and Arab press, without due notice from Western media.
In the wake of a fatal bulldozer incident, irresponsible photo captions and disparate editorial cartoons.
The Independent depicts Ariel Sharon as bolstering his re-election campaign by biting into the flesh of a Palestinian baby.
Commentators make outlandish comparisons of democratic Israel to the world's worst dictatorial despots.
A Jerusalem Post expose shows deep links between Arafat and Saddam.