Our look at some of the media coverage of the Netanyahu speech illustrates how we are at the mercy of one or two journalists and editors or the particular editorial or political line of a media outlet when it comes to coverage of Israel.
Heads up from a sharp reader who spotted a deeper problem with the Daily Telegraph than the headline which Simon Plosker blogged a short time ago. If your borders are being stormed, who should the...
Don’t get too excited by the Daily Telegraph allegations that someone working for the BBC may be part of an Al-Qaida “propaganda media network.” The Telegraph raised the issue after...
Louise Bagshawe Hats off to British MP Louise Bagshawe for taking the BBC to task for its coverage or rather, lack of coverage of the brutal murders of the Fogel family in Itamar. Writing in the Daily...
A video report uses a misleading headline while the narration conveniently omits a stone throwing incident.
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
Why does the Daily Telegraph choose to reuse an image from the 2009 Gaza conflict to inaccurately portray the present day?
Headlines misrepresent IDF actions against terrorist murderers.
Isn’t it time for UNRWA’s chief to do some soul searching and look beyond blaming Israel?
The media rushes to promote another report based on unverifiable allegations from Gaza.