The Guardian’s website includes the Hamas “military wing” on its “Useful links”.
The smaller media needs watching as well.
Is the media really covering the “ceasefire”?
The Guardian’s “A week in Gaza” – a series of articles, videos and photos on life in Gaza is published in the coming days, beginning on Monday. But a closer examination of the first report reveals problems right from the start. A fisherman’s tale – lacking context: The first in The Guardian’s series of reports focuses on…
Using a falsified quote and revisionist history, Hari compares Israel to excrement.
Some items from the Passover holiday period.
Why does the media continue to refer to the Palestinian leadership as “moderate”?
A brief survey of some UK media’s coverage of a Palestinian terror attack on the Nahal Oz fuel depot identifies some examples of subtle bias and weak reporting. Skewed headlines: “Israel hits back after two die in crossing attack“: Despite the fact that Palestinian terrorists instigated this fatal cross-border attack on Nahal Oz, The Guardian’s…
Why does The Times of London publish a photo from Jenin as its “Image of the Day”?
While there is an argument to be made against giving terrorists airtime on TV, credit to Sky News’ Tim Marshall for his interview with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Damascus. Having secured an exclusive of this nature, many journalists would have pandered to the interviewee, treating him with kid gloves. Not so with Marshall, who…