We’ve just received this from the Jewish Chronicle: A campaign to force the BBC to release an internal report on its Middle East coverage is to continue despite the death of the man who launched it. London solicitor Steven Sugar, who died of cancer aged 60 last month, first challenged the corporation to release the…
The BBC’s reporting of the Israeli commisssion of inquiry into the Gaza flotilla graphically illustrates all that is wrong with its coverage of Israel.
Did a Palestinian demonstrator really die from inhaling tear gas or is this yet another Big Lie?
Why is the media so obsessed by one former Israeli soldier’s Facebook post at the expense of major Mideast news stories?
The BBC’s flagship documentary programme produces a fair and balanced report on what happened on board the Mavi Marmara.
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
On Friday 30 July, the Israeli city of Ashkelon was struck by a Grad missile fired from the Gaza Strip. The missile hit a residential area, blowing out windows and damaging property. Mercifully, only two people were treated for shock with no major injuries or deaths. Nonetheless, this represents a serious incident and a potential escalation…
The demolition of an unrecognized Bedouin settlement in the Negev attracts some foreign media looking to fit the story into their own one-sided agenda.
Days after being caught cropping photos for political effect, Reuters releases a photo bank of Hamas propaganda images from Gaza.
Over the years, the BBC has regularly found itself on the receiving end of HonestReporting’s critiques. Indeed, the BBC has something of a reputation for its slanted reporting on Israel. But the BBC has now come under attack from an unlikely source. In an open letter to the BBC’s Director General, some 150 signatories have…