Tag Archives: Hamas

Nice Story But Where’s the Context?

A seemingly positive BBC article "forgets" why Iraqi Jews left their former homes.

Grandstanding For the Cameras

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

LA Times and Israel’s "Right to Exist"

A radical UCLA professor questions Israel's "right to exist".

Fisk: Time for a Retraction

The Lebanese clear Israel of using radioactive weapons – the Indie fails to acknowledge.

Missing the Big Picture

The media fails to present the full story from the Mideast.

Guardian’s Hamas Propaganda

In the aftermath of the Mecca Agreement between Hamas and Fatah, designed to end Palestinian infighting, Palestinian representatives have appealed for recognition of a new unity government and the lifting of international sanctions. The Guardian was only too pleased to give Damascus-based Hamas supreme leader Khalid Mish’al op-ed space. Predictably, Mish’al blames Israel and the West for the violence that

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