Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
For more than two decades, journalist Robert Fisk has used his correspondent card to proudly become a crusader for Arab and Palestinian causes.
Martin Peretz, editor-in-chief and chairman of The New Republic, has consistently stood by Israel's side, exposing the Arab rhetoric commonly parroted in the Western media.
As Israel lays to rest the victim of Palestinian infanticide, the media tries to downplay the tragedy by comparing it to other casualties of Mideast violence.
In a classic case of imbalanced reporting, media reports pour in about the blockade of Palestinian towns — but nothing about the blockade imposed on Israelis.
The New York Times singles out Israeli settlers as a separate class of people. By doing so, it strengthens the hand of Palestinians perpetrating attacks.
Two notorious anti-Israel reporters gang up to cover the same piece of propaganda – and use nearly identical language in the process.
250,000 people gathered outside the Old City walls in support of Jerusalem. Did it receive fair coverage in the media?
On the day the Intafada broke out, Tuvia Grossman was riding a taxi to visit the Western Wall. He was unwittingly thrust into the international limelight — and nearly killed in the process.