When I scheduled a meeting with HonestReporting’s wunderkind graphic designer to make a mockup of what Backspin will look like (this is not the final look), nobody had an inkling that a decade’s worth of Palestinian documents would be leaked to the press, and that Hezbollah would choose Lebanon’s next Prime Minister all in the…
So the Palestinian Authority and its Fatah cadres are having a hissy fit over a slew of documents leaked to Al-Jazeera and then shared with The Guardian. Big yawn. The whole leak is just a localized version of Wikileaks, ultimately more embarrassing for the Palestinians than for Israel, though there’s plenty of room to ruminate “What if…
• Following Tunisian unrest, Salam Fayyad invited reporters over to reassure international donors the Palestinian street that the PA economy is doing just fine, thank you very much: The message he wanted to send to 2.5 million Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip was that economic conditions were good in spite of reports…
Incendiary headlines and a cynical op-ed contort the “Judenrein” term.
Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
When will the media show some consistency in defining terror?
MSM looks for “motives” to explain brutal bulldozer attack
How the MSM handed Hamas a PR victory.
BBC Radio's curious choice of 'experts' on Mideast media coverage and terminology
CBC lends credence to a bizarre claim of Israeli culpability for Iraqi prisoner abuses.