Don’t get too excited by the Daily Telegraph allegations that someone working for the BBC may be part of an Al-Qaida “propaganda media network.” The Telegraph raised the issue after obtaining a Wikileaks document which said that a telephone number associated with the BBC was found in numerous phone books and cell phones seized by coalition forces in…
Why does the media continue to differentiate between Jewish and Palestinian terror?
When will the media show some consistency in defining terror?
CityTV and The Guardian’s inadequate responses to your complaints.
Walt & Mearsheimer’s book receives harsh reviews in the mainstream media.
Reuters' Editor-in-Chief finally responds to the "Fauxtography" affair.
Double standard at The Independent, the PLO vs. HonestReporting, and Neil MacDonald at it again.
Two Florida papers revisit their refusal to call Hamas and Islamic Jihad "terrorists"; from one only, a policy change.
BBC runs a string of misleading headlines, presenting spurious anti-Israel accusations as if they were undisputed facts:
Commentators make outlandish comparisons of democratic Israel to the world's worst dictatorial despots.