Media outlets condemn the Israeli strike against a Syrian terror camp, promulgating two myths of Syria and the war on terrorism.
Under the guise of objectivity, the media try to 'democratize' a corrupt and dictatorial Palestinian regime.
A vague AFP report suggests IDF responsiblity for Palestinian child abuse; also, the BBC affair and its Mideast connection.
With the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Abbas, Yassir Arafat reasserts himself — undermining the key precondition for peace talks.
Israel's targeted killings of terror leaders seem to be working, despite an Associated Press report to the contrary.
Two Florida papers revisit their refusal to call Hamas and Islamic Jihad "terrorists"; from one only, a policy change.
News outlets accept a disingenious Hamas statement as fact, thereby denying Hamas' ongoing terror.
The Christian Science Monitor determines that the most serious injury twin suicide bombings inflicted was not to actual human victims, but to Palestinian political goals.
As the prime ministers travel to Washington, observers are wondering: Did the road map take a detour?
The San Diego Union-Tribune compares the death of an innocent terror victim to Rachel Corrie's.