Toronto Sun reporter David Akin, accompanied Canadian PM Stephen Harper on his visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories. According to Akin, it appears that when it comes to the media’s attitude towards Israel, Harper gets it: Sometimes reporters just don’t get it. Heck, I’m a reporter and I’m the first to admit that. But…
The Independent’s Jerusalem correspondent Donald Macintyre also writes UK political columns. In his latest, he looks at the differences in approach towards Iran between UK and U.S. politicians: Many MPs, in other words, want to go further, faster in rapprochement, with Iran. Contrast that with Congress, where many members have been pressing for sanctions to be…
An article in The Economist examining the Iranian nuclear deal barely mentions Israel. So what was the magazine thinking when it published this cartoon to accompany the article? The cartoon is clearly meant to imply that both U.S. President Obama and Iranian President Rohani are being constrained in their efforts to reach out to each…
Once again, it all started when Israel fired back.
Eamonn McCann’s criticism of Ariel Sharon attacks Judaism.
CNN promotes the hateful agenda of Human Rights Watch.
Ariel Sharon’s death prompts countless obituaries in the media.
The NY Times publishes a feature article examining Palestinian incitement.
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After bludgeoning Israel, the NYT wins the Dishonest Reporting Award.