After being denounced by the world as an obstacle to peace, Yasser Arafat is now enjoying rehabilitation at the hands of Deborah Sontag.
A former Clinton aide storms the media in an attempt to shift the blame for Camp David away from the rejectionist Arafat.
Consistent. Logical. Incisive. That defines The Wall Street Journal's editorial policy on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Palestinian doctors lie about the death of a newborn baby. When the truth comes out, did the media report the correction?
While HonestReporting's 20,000 members fight anti-Israel bias in the media, some pro-Palestinian groups are trying to get in on the action, too.
A vile, insulting screed from the Washington Post tries to win sympathy for the bloody-handed Ramallah lyncher.
Joshua Hammer presents the Middle East as an upside-down topsy-turvy distortion of facts.
The tide may be turning, as more reporters take the bold step of reporting the unadulterated facts.
Earlier this month, HonestReporting presented several cases of biased reporting by the Associated Press. Unfortunately, that trend is continuing.
19 years after Ariel Sharon is cleared by U.S. and Israeli courts, the BBC dredges up old accusations and suggests the Israeli leader should be tried for war crimes.