Between Arafat's op-ed, and Sontag's portrayal of Hamas as Mr. Rogers, it would have been enough.
The New York Times says she 'adored children.' But a female suicide bomber didn
Despite all evidence to the contrary, some media outlets still hail Arafat as the prince of peace.
As Palestinian factions step up the terror, the media gives Arafat the soapbox and portrays him as a heroic seeker of peace.
The PA master of terror gets op-ed space in the Washington Post, and a whitewash on MSNBC.com.
When Arafat calls for an end to armed attacks, the various Palestinian factions continue attacking unabated.
Israel strikes back at terrorists, and BBC portrays them as innocent bystanders.
With suicide attacks plaguing Israel, it is more important than ever that the media get its facts straight.
The violent Tanzim leader is portrayed by Associated Press as a jovial family man.
One of the world's largest news agencies displays a consistent pattern of anti-Israel bias. Violence on the Temple Mount is but the latest example.