Denial of PA anti-terror obligations has become standard media practice.
The Associated Press misrepresents Tony Blair on a highly sensitive Mideast policy matter; also, The Sun finds no Islamic terror in Israel.
Media outlets promulgate absurd fabrications from Palestinian spokespersons.
In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
Media outlets report only the segment of Palestinian opinion that denounces the ongoing terror.
AFP and AP employ reporters who also receive paychecks from the Palestinian Authority.
In coverage of the encouraging Palestinian elections, some media outlets begin engaging in wishful thinking.
All major media outlets ignore Israel's massive humanitarian aid to South Asia – an indication of a national ethos of caring.
AFP publishes a factual error on a sensitive topic, then fails to issue a proper correction.
The head of the UN administration in the West Bank and Gaza admits Hamas members are on his payroll. Media outlets ignore it.