Reporters believe that people living in an area ruled by terrorists are comfortable speaking openly with foreign reporters and criticizing Hamas.
The Independent’s editorial charges Israel with employing “disproportionate” force.
Radical anti-Israel Norwegian doctor Mads Gilbert reappears in the media for the latest Gaza conflict.
An analysis of Gaza’s casualty figures brings into question the number of Palestinian civilians killed in Israel’s Operation Protective Edge.
Oliver Lovat asks us to take a step back and look at the bigger picture of what is being said, by whom and why, while sipping on an ice cold Coke.
Israel is currently engaged in a defensive military operation. Its aim is to protect Israeli citizens from rocket attack and the threat of Hamas terrorism. In reporting on the conflict, the media have an obligation to make this clear to the public.
Channel 4′s Jon Snow tweet sounds too much like an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory accusing Israel of playing a role in the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine.
A New York Times opinion piece mixes up cause and effect, claiming Israel’s reaction to the Palestinian unity government is to blame for Hamas violence.
Today’s Top Stories 1. The UNRWA found 20 rockets in one of its Gaza schools. And they weren’t from the school’s science club either. Meanwhile, Patrick Martin of the Globe & Mail had a schoolyard lesson of his own in Human Shields 101: Heading toward the exit, we were overwhelmed by the jet-like sound of two rockets…
The Daily Mirror recycles a old photo while accusing Israelis of being entertained watching Palestinians under bombardment.