A foiled suicide bombing brings out three media myths on Palestinian terror
In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
Coverage of a young Palestinian's death highlights a two-stage problem with media treatment of the conflict.
The Scotsman and Reuters remain mired in 'blame Sharon' and 'cycle of violence' coverage, defying the reality on the ground.
Irresponsible coverage like The Guardian's leaves Israel reviled in Great Britain; also, HR for Campus group in Israel for winter break.
Double standard at The Independent, the PLO vs. HonestReporting, and Neil MacDonald at it again.
Another BBC Mideast reporter displays open attachment to one side of the conflict
Inserting anti-Israel rhetoric into ostensibly neutral academic literature
AFP publishes a factual error on a sensitive topic, then fails to issue a proper correction.