You’ll never see a video like this come from the West Bank. A CNN film crew was caught up in some Tunisian tear gas. At around the 3:00 minute mark, photographer Mary Rogers poo-poos concern for her health, and even comments with a wry smile: [The police] were sorry I was gassed, but hey, it’s…
Why does the media not show the same skepticism towards Palestinian libels as it does towards official Israeli statements?
Did a Palestinian demonstrator really die from inhaling tear gas or is this yet another Big Lie?
A video report uses a misleading headline while the narration conveniently omits a stone throwing incident.
Why is the media so obsessed by one former Israeli soldier’s Facebook post at the expense of major Mideast news stories?
The BBC’s flagship documentary programme produces a fair and balanced report on what happened on board the Mavi Marmara.
A closer look at Reuters’ photos of last week’s Lebanese border skirmish raises some troubling questions.
What were photographers and journalists doing at the scene of the incident before a deadly exchange of fire between Lebanese and Israeli forces?
A simple click can help win the battle and turn the tide of public opinion and media reporting of the Gaza flotilla incident.
A NY Times syndicated cartoonist draws an inappropriate response to a Palestinian donkey bomb.