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.
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.
“The Israeli Defense Forces murder people because they don’t like their political style…”
The Guardian’s Ian Black examines a report on Arab human rights abuses issued by a Cairo based organisation. While this could be a welcome break from the newspaper’s regular focus on alleged Israeli “human rights violations”, the story contains the following: The report highlights “grave and ongoing” Israeli violations of Palestinian rights, especially in the Gaza Strip, in…