The Washington Post employs selective omission of facts, and hints at a grotesque anti-Semitic canard.
The violent Tanzim leader is portrayed by Associated Press as a jovial family man.
A group of American journalists tours the territories, and ends up fawning over Arafat.
Israel pursues the assassins of its tourism minister. Thomas Friedman finds that provocative.
Even traditionally anti-Israel publications joined in the near-universal condemnation of the UN Conference on Racism.
A Jewish reporter who lives in Ramallah states her case in The New York Times. As expected, the result is not pretty.
Charles Krauthammer's journalism is consistently accurate, incisive and enlightening. Even more important is his courage to state the truth.
Mass carnage and the death of 18 Jewish civilians is still not enough for CNN to take a break from parroting the Palestinian propagandist line.
Military experts generally concur that Israel's policy of attacking terrorist leaders is a legal, valid form of preventive security.