BBC’s Mideast editor rebuked for breaching impartiality and accuracy rules.
How did CNN fail to spot the danger signs when they hired a Fatah activist?
Ha’aretz and The Guardian’s war crimes allegations debunked.
Previous Charges of Bias Last year, we released an in-depth report analyzing one year of the BBC’s coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We found that the BBC has a consistent record of portraying Israeli actions in a negative light while increasing sympathy for the Palestinian point of view. Rather than respond to the criticisms in our report,…
Our latest analysis reveals more BBC anti-Israel bias.
[Click on the button below to view the shocking footage as an Israeli politician is accosted by a former CNN employee.] “FIXING” THE FOREIGN PRESS While one refers to the “foreign press” in Israel, most employees are local Israelis or Palestinians who are hired for their language skills, access and local knowledge. Sometimes it isn’t enough just to monitor…
View the footage as a former CNN employee launches a tirade against an Israeli MK.
Following a third Palestinian bulldozer attack, the BBC still won’t learn.
The LA Times publishes more unverified allegations against Israel.
While many subscribers have been outraged at some of the one-sided and vitriolic press that Israel has received in the British media, the situation in the Irish Republic is also a great cause for concern. A one-sided op-ed by Irish MEP Proinsias De Rossa in The Irish Times deserves a response. Calling it “cold-blooded murder; a war crime,” De…