AP's yearly roundup shows plenty of interest in the Mideast conflict – but none whatsoever for Israeli terror victims.
News photos of Israel's security fence distort its physical properties, and a Boston Globe op-ed misrepresents its placement in the West Bank.
AP apparently mis-captions an unregulated weapon as a child's "toy"; also, an ulterior motive for the Geneva Accord lacks publication.
An AFP photographer uses a wide-angle lens to exaggerate his picture, and the AFP caption omits essential context.
Local media monitors use documentation and personal meetings to demand fair Mideast coverage from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
An inaccurate AP caption identifies a non-existent movement for peace on the Palestinian street.
American journalists, party to years of anti-Israel bias, have inadvertently contributed to the anti-Americanism now raging in the Arab street.
In context of the Iraqi war, The Times of London gives a forum for those calling to "Kill Jews."
In the wake of a fatal bulldozer incident, irresponsible photo captions and disparate editorial cartoons.
Two examples of bias against Israel: from the Boston Globe, and the Philadelphia Daily News.