Israel wipes out a most-wanted terrorist, and regrets the loss of innocent life. But is the media reporting the whole story?
A classic case of selective omission.
The magazine written for American diplomats around the world runs an article calling Israeli actions 'terrorism.'
A former U.S. president continues to present Arafat as peaceful and democratic.
As President Bush calls for Palestinian democracy, some columnists criticize the idea.
An MSNBC.com reporter deflects criticism by insulting the victims of terror and slandering HonestReporting.
A London lawyer publishes an exhaustive, groundbreaking analysis of seven weeks of BBC News.
NBC includes Jordanian Queen Rania as a Palestinian refugee. She was born and raised in Kuwait, and expelled from Kuwait in 1991.
A Charleston op-ed says that the Jewish Law of Return 'was intended for one purpose alone, to outnumber the Palestinian people. Ethnic cleansing.'
When Palestinian terrorists are exiled to Cyprus and Gaza, media outlets publish sympathetic reports.