A NY Times syndicated cartoonist draws an inappropriate response to a Palestinian donkey bomb.
Credibility of Palestinian medical sources questioned as teen allegedly shot dead by the IDF returns to his family alive only days later.
The Guardian Associate Editor’s weak excuses and justifications for outrageous comments against Israel.
Why are Afghan civilian casualties “accidents” but Palestinian civilian casualties are “war crimes”?
Israel’s own investigations into Operation Cast Lead are published.
Some of the positive stories emerging from Israel’s remarkable aid effort.
Headlines misrepresent IDF actions against terrorist murderers.
This year, a four-letter word dominated coverage of Israel on a near-daily basis. Gaza. The war — which began at the end of December in response to increased Palestinian rocket fire — ended on the 20th day of the year. The media war was dizzying. A prominent Greek weekly called Jews “Christ killers.” Hamas terror leaders…
What does the IDF have to do with the recent assault on Italian PM Sylvio Berlusconi? Absolutely nothing. But that didn’t stop The Guardian’s Associate Editor Michael White from making the following comment during a discussion on BBC Radio London’s Breakfast Show concerning the physical vulnerability of political leaders: In Israel they murder each other a…
“The Israeli Defense Forces murder people because they don’t like their political style…”