The NY Times’s new Israel correspondent makes a bad story worse.
Thomas Friedman In his latest New York Times opinion piece, Thomas Friedman advocates Palestinian “non-violent resistance”: By Palestinians engaging in nonviolent civil disobedience in the...
It seems that a Thomas Friedman New York Times column in which he states that the standing ovation for PM Netanyahu in the US Congress last May “was bought and paid for by the Israel lobby”...
A New York Times op-ed weighs in on Israel and “pinkwashing.”
What does the media do when an Israeli spy story actually involves no Israelis?
Why is it that the New York Times still cannot distinguish the moral differences between Palestinian terror and Israeli measures to defend its citizens?
A poll reveals some disturbing findings questioning Palestinian attitudes to peace with Israel. But how did the media spin the results?
Once again, a flood of headlines present Israel as an aggressor responsible for the deaths of dozens of unarmed civilians. Was this really a peaceful protest or another Syrian-engineered attempt to breach Israel’s border? Where did the media get it right and where did it go wrong?
A New York Times report on the latest flotilla is a shoddy piece of journalism, lacking in vital context, missing any Israeli comment and adopting the false narrative provided by anti-Israel activists well versed in manipulating the media for their cause.
A mother, father and three of their children were stabbed to death. But the BBC is more concerned with “settlements”.