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.
The Times misleads its readers on the Qatari media outlet's ideological agenda.
While the media blame Israel for a dour Christmas in Bethlehem, the real cause seems to be PA policy and Muslim intolerance.