The Guardian has given a platform for Israeli-Arab MK Haneen Zoabi to act as an apologist for a virulent anti-Semitic extremist.
Thanks to you – our subscribers – taking action, the BBC has apologized for publishing the false dog story.
Apple removed the controversial Third Intifada application from its iTunes App Store Wednesday night. The unanswered question, however, is how the app was approved in the first place.
Journalists on board Gaza-bound flotilla will be active participants in an illegal act says HR Managing Editor Simon Plosker in an opinion piece for YNet News.
What does this dog on the Israeli-Gaza border have to do with a false story of dog sentenced to death by a Jewish rabbinical court?
Absolutely nothing – unless you are AFP.
When will the BBC be big enough to admit when it has committed an error instead of wriggling out of an outright retraction?
A bizarre and untrue story originating in the Israeli press concerning a dog “sentenced to death by stoning” is picked up by the international media.
How does the media cover NATO air strikes in Libya compared to Israeli actions against Hamas?
A leaked document details how the Syrian authorities actively helped to create border confrontations as a way to distract attention from the Assad regime’s own murderous behavior.
By now, it’s all over the internet that Gay Girl in Damascus was outed. Amina Arraf — a Syrian lesbian and emerging voice for gay Arabs whose views on the Arab Spring gained prominence in...