The Guardian gave op-ed space on 21 November to Azzam Tamimi, a known Hamas supporter who claims that Israel is responsible for the latest violence in Gaza. Tamimi claims that the “hudna” or truce was broken by Israel when “On November 4 the Israeli army penetrated Gaza, killing six Hamas officers under the pretext of having…
On 5 November, we questioned why Sky’s report on clashes between Israeli forces and Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip included a 50 image photo gallery. Why had Sky chosen such an excessive number of photos to include in what was a fair and balanced report? Particularly as the vast majority of the images bore no…
A misleading photograph is removed from the Sky website.
CityTV and The Guardian’s inadequate responses to your complaints.
CityTV compounds an unforgiveable error with an substandard correction.
Initial BBC and the AFP headlines ignore the victims in second bulldozer attack
Does a long term study of the New York Times reveal a bias against Israel?
Is the media really covering the “ceasefire”?
The BBC’s response to your complaints fails to address some major issues.
HonestReporting’s international site has critiqued a BBC “From Our Own Correspondent” programme by Aleem Maqbool reporting from Ramallah, where he includes this dramatic story: One weekday last year, at about three in the afternoon, Israeli armoured jeeps moved into the centre of Ramallah, pulling up outside the most popular hummus cafe. In full view of passers-by,…