Reuters Responds to HR subscriber complaints.
Contrary to media spin, recent events are not part of a “cycle of violence”.
The past few days of Israeli counter-terror operations in the Gaza Strip were bound to create a media frenzy and the UK press doesn’t disappoint. HonestReporting has already released a Special Report explaining the context behind Israel’s actions and offering talking points to use in responses to media bias. We strongly recommend reading this report…
A look at the context behind Israel’s military ops in Gaza.
Wire service photos demonstrate the distortions of the media.
A poisonous pen scribbles in South Africa while an old canard resurfaces in Australia.
The NUJ demonstrates its gross atipathy towards Israel by voting to boycott Israeli goods.
Following the kidnapping of the BBC’s Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston, Tom Gross comments: Impartial observers have long recognized that Johnston is particularly anti-Israeli in his reporting. But now the BBC has acknowledged his bias too. The BBC website, in an article about their kidnapped correspondent, includes a quote from BBC diplomatic editor Paul Adams confirming that…
The Lebanese clear Israel of using radioactive weapons – the Indie fails to acknowledge.
Reuters' Editor-in-Chief finally responds to the "Fauxtography" affair.