Cox News lumps humane Israeli policy together with the monstrous desecrations of radical Islamists.
CBC lends credence to a bizarre claim of Israeli culpability for Iraqi prisoner abuses.
A taxpayer-funded Melbourne window exhibit vilifies Israel through false statistics.
A new film on Jenin brings further indication that journalists avoid criticism of Arab leaders out of fear.
Recent media coverage focuses on Palestinian rage and emotion, ignoring the altogether rational process at work.
Mark Heller in the New York Times says now’s the time for the Europeans to step up and really help the Palestinians – to buy the Gaza settlements, before Israel destroys them on the way out: Many other questions remain as well, particularly concerning what will be done with the settlements once Israel evacuates them.…
Reuters' Jeffrey Heller turns a major news story into a cheap melodrama.
Before a key US visit, media outlets misrepresent Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan.
Media outlets and a government agency downplay the Islamist source of anti-Jewish attacks worldwide.
In reporting on Palestinian child terror, USA Today omits essential context and soft-pedals radical Islamist ideology.