Israel strikes back at terrorists, and BBC portrays them as innocent bystanders.
Robert Fisk is nearly beaten to death, plus 5 more snippets from a busy week of political and military activity.
A wave of suicide attacks against Israel has the media sounding a new tone.
When Palestinian gunmen machine-gun Jewish shoppers in Afula, Reuters lumps the attackers' deaths together with the victims.
The Washington Post employs selective omission of facts, and hints at a grotesque anti-Semitic canard.
The violent Tanzim leader is portrayed by Associated Press as a jovial family man.
As Jews are gunned down in the streets of Jerusalem, Associated Press labels them
When Harper's publishes vile anti-Israel filth, the PR community calls upon HonestReporting to respond.
Israel pursues the assassins of its tourism minister. Thomas Friedman finds that provocative.
As fighting escalated in and around the West Bank this week, several reporters were quick to blame Israeli troops for shooting up churches in Bethlehem. HonestReporting's review of reports and photos from Bethlehem suggests that these reporters 'jumped the gun.'