An examination of some of the imagery produced during and after the Gaza Flotilla.
A St. Petersburg Times correspondent stumbles blindly through Gaza, ignoring the worst aspects of Hamas rule.
Time cover story claims decadent Israelis no longer care about peace.
The medical journal fails to address HR’s legitimate concerns, instead proving them outright in a one-sided letter to The Guardian.
Gideon Levy prostitutes himself to sell books through an extremist anti-Israel organization in the UK.
The BBC’s flagship documentary programme produces a fair and balanced report on what happened on board the Mavi Marmara.
On Friday 30 July, the Israeli city of Ashkelon was struck by a Grad missile fired from the Gaza Strip. The missile hit a residential area, blowing out windows and damaging property. Mercifully, only two people were treated for shock with no major injuries or deaths. Nonetheless, this represents a serious incident and a potential escalation…
The Associated Press whitewashes the real agenda of a radical anti-Israel group, portraying them as a bunch of youthful and peaceful idealists.
The Lancet publishes a multi-article series on Palestinian health written by Israel boycotters that goes way beyond accepted medical norms.
Why does the Daily Telegraph choose to reuse an image from the 2009 Gaza conflict to inaccurately portray the present day?