The Guardian Associate Editor’s weak excuses and justifications for outrageous comments against Israel.
The Economist misrepresents a municipal plan to improve the lives of Jerusalem’s Arab residents.
Some media mistakenly imply that Israel is building new settlements.
According to the BBC Complaints website, the process for making a formal complaint is “designed to be straightforward to use and to enable us to address your concerns properly.” Yet, every time we put out a call to action, we would receive e-mails from confused readers who couldn’t figure out how to make their complaint.…
The death of senior Hamas terrorist Mahmoud Mabhouh in Dubai in January has generated a huge amount of media interest. Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency stands accused (despite, at best, only circumstantial evidence) of using forged European passports to carry out an assassination. The story reads like something straight from a spy movie. But is that because…
Despite a lack of evidence, sensationalized reporting drives the story.
Why are Afghan civilian casualties “accidents” but Palestinian civilian casualties are “war crimes”?
The public broadcaster holds itself to account for its Mideast coverage.
As Israel prepares to publish its official response to the UN’s Goldstone Report, we highlight some more recent analyses and commentaries.
On 18 January, the BBC’s flagship documentary program, Panorama, focused on tensions in the area of eastern Jerusalem adjacent to the Old City. Any pretence at balance is thrown out of the window as reporter Jane Corbin makes it clear that, under the BBC’s own interpretation of international law, anything that Israel does in that part…