The Sunday Times admits it was wrong.
In a live blog, the Huffington Post included the following: The cartoon itself makes the offensive suggestion that Netanyahu is profiting from Israel’s military action primarily to win votes in the forthcoming Israeli election. But the cartoonist is someone who should not be republished or promoted in any mainstream media outlet. Carlos Latuff, notorious for…
Pat Oliphant‘s portrayal of Israel and the US reduced to “brains and brawn” isn’t just twisted — it’s low. Maybe I’m just oversensitive to years of anti-Semitic imagery depicting Jews influencing events behind the scenes. What do you think? Via Amir Mizroch.
A NY Times syndicated cartoonist draws an inappropriate response to a Palestinian donkey bomb.
Our seventh annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
A poisonous pen scribbles in South Africa while an old canard resurfaces in Australia.
Following a hopeful summit meeting at Sharm, The Guardian maintains the ideological blame game.
A key obstacle to progress – and root of terror – that the western media has chosen to ignore.
A New York public facility hosts a fundraiser for an art exhibit that vilifies Israelis and extols suicide bombers.
Worldwide media outlets castigate Israel for removing a terrorist leader responsible for hundreds of murders.