The media tries to justify the bombing of an Israeli cafeteria as some kind of tit-for-tat.
Israel wipes out a most-wanted terrorist, and regrets the loss of innocent life. But is the media reporting the whole story?
A statistical study reveals startling trends by breaking the death tolls down by age, gender, and other factors.
Is now the time to launch a Palestinian state? Media voices think not.
A London lawyer publishes an exhaustive, groundbreaking analysis of seven weeks of BBC News.
The Palestinian takeover of the Church of Nativity was planned and pre-meditated. But some journalists spin a different myth.
When Palestinian terrorists are exiled to Cyprus and Gaza, media outlets publish sympathetic reports.
The Israeli army grants front-line access to a photographer whose lens is badly skewed.
Despite the horrors, some reporters and correspondents to equate Palestinian terror and Israeli defense.