BBC relies on spurious sources and manipulated testimony in its campaign to have Ariel Sharon branded a war criminal.
19 years after Ariel Sharon is cleared by U.S. and Israeli courts, the BBC dredges up old accusations and suggests the Israeli leader should be tried for war crimes.
Canada's leading newspaper is not afraid to criticize the Palestinian Authority, even as the rest of the world turns a blind eye to Arafat's campaign of violence and terror.
HonestReporting member are working hard, contacting editors in protest of anti-Israel bias. These efforts frequently pay off!
While an investigative committee makes cessation of violence the first step, Palestinians — and editors — link it to a freeze on settlements.
The CEO of Hollinger International, publishers of The Spectator (London) and The Jerusalem Post, lashes out against "rabidly anti-Israel" journalists and governments.
When HonestReporting questioned the use of the terms "terrorists" and "militants," the BBC admitted to applying an arbitrary double-standard.
When a Western target is hit, it's the work of "terrorists." When an Israeli target is hit, it's the work of "militants." Why?
A BBC article suggests that religious Jews seek to blow up the mosques on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.