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…
The BBC’s flagship documentary distorts Jewish history and rights to Jerusalem while promoting a one-sided and biased agenda.
This year, a four-letter word dominated coverage of Israel on a near-daily basis. Gaza. The war — which began at the end of December in response to increased Palestinian rocket fire — ended on the 20th day of the year. The media war was dizzying. A prominent Greek weekly called Jews “Christ killers.” Hamas terror leaders…
“The Israeli Defense Forces murder people because they don’t like their political style…”
CNN fails to provide any Israeli reaction to a flawed Amnesty report.
Katya Adler’s report pays lip service to the plight of Israeli schoolchildren.
Sky News Foreign Editor Tim Marshall is one of the few commentators who consistently draws upon his wealth of knowledge to give fair and balanced insight into the Mideast conflict. Marshall’s latest blog post is worthy of reaching a wider audience: Thirty Palestinians killed. Women and children caught in the crossfire. Missiles fired at a…