The Scotsman deliberately gives credibility to a ridiculous conspiracy theory charging Mossad with causing Sinai shark attacks.
How the wire services use bars in their images to promote the Palestinian narrative of suffering and the impression of Palestinians as “prisoners” of Israeli brutality.
Do Israeli war criminals exercise a malignant power and influence over British policies?
Does The Guardian buy into Palestinian claims that Israel and the Jewish people have no spiritual or historical connection to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount?
How the wire services cynically exploited the 2010 soccer World Cup to produce negative images of Israel.
A snapshot of how Reuters, AP and AFP/Getty misuse imagery to distort coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Is the Washington Post guilty of publishing anti-Israel propaganda?
Exclusive: Tuvia Grossman Interviewed by HonestReporting On September 30, 2000, The New York Times, Associated Press and other major media outlets published a photo of a young man — bloodied and battered — crouching beneath a club-wielding Israeli policeman. The caption identified him as a Palestinian victim of Israeli brutality — with the clear implication that the…
The medical journal fails to address HR’s legitimate concerns, instead proving them outright in a one-sided letter to The Guardian.
A closer look at Reuters’ photos of last week’s Lebanese border skirmish raises some troubling questions.