The Guardian claims survey being “waved around like a propaganda tool.”
Two photos, both allegedly depicting the results of Israeli air strikes in Gaza, have been proven false.
After five years in captivity, Gilad Shalit has finally returned home.
An anti-tank missile hit an Israeli bus outside Kibbutz Saad in the Shaar HaNegev area, critically injuring a teenage boy and the driver. Residents are being instructed to remain in shelters as additional mortars were fired. Let’s see how many papers cover this attack. I bet the MSM will give more emphasis to the Israeli response.…
• Dashiell Shapiro wants Gaza returned to Egypt. But she (gulp) hinges her argument on this point: Returning Gaza to Egyptian control could allow political and cultural influence to flow north instead of south. Specifically, a Muslim Brotherhood with relatively moderate positions necessary for competing in national elections could have a constructive influence on Hamas.…
• Michael Coren wonders about the the BDS movement’s deafening silence over Gaddafi’s butchery. Where’s the outrage? Yet where are the massive street protests in Europe’s large cities? Where are the calls to boycott countries? Where are the labour unions demanding action? Where are the student groups using words like “apartheid” and “Nazi”? Where are…
Human Rights Watch finally issues a report on Hamas rocket attacks.
Many media outlets fail to add significant context to a day of violence.
It’s that time of year again – the media prepares to take a festive bash at Israel.
Israel’s opponents laying the groundwork for blame if peace process fails.