The BBC apologizes for its Israel coverage?
The brutal Palestinian infighting and Hamas takeover of Gaza does not fit comfortably into the all-too popular and one-sided conception that Palestinians bear no responsibility for their own actions. Taking a look at the BBC, Melanie Phillips notes: According to its ineffable Middle East editor, Jeremy Bowen, the barbarism meted out by the Palestinians of Gaza upon each other…
Sderot continues to suffer as a woman loses her life to a Qassam missile.
Following the Hamas Mickey Mouse, why has the media ignored an equally abhorrent Palestinian broadcast?
A seemingly positive BBC article "forgets" why Iraqi Jews left their former homes.
At what point do Palestinian terror and missile attacks constitute a breach of a "ceasefire"?
Does the media report the story or does it play some role in creating it? Writing in the Spectator, Rod Liddle observes a confrontation in Hebron between a Palestinian youth and Israeli soldiers: In the world league-table of atrocities this is small beer – and, for film crews used to operating in tense and dangerous…
Some of the international media attempts to whitewash the new Palestinan unity government.
A radical UCLA professor questions Israel's "right to exist".
The Lebanese clear Israel of using radioactive weapons – the Indie fails to acknowledge.