In today’s multicultural Britain, it is accepted that different ethnic and religious groups have close ties with ancestral homelands in other parts of the world. Unless, in the eyes of the New Statesman, you are Jewish. In January 2002, the New Statesman printed an infamous front cover entitled “Kosher conspiracy” featuring a Star of David standing on top…
Terrorists launch attack across the Israel-Gaza border in a vehicle disguised as a TV truck.
Sderot continues to suffer as a woman loses her life to a Qassam missile.
At what point do Palestinian terror and missile attacks constitute a breach of a "ceasefire"?
Our sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
The former US President's new book causes controversy.
HonestReporting calls on the media to recognize the circumstances surrounding this terrible accident.
The International Herald Tribune publishes Patrick Seale's one-sided diatribe against Israel.
An alleged Israeli missile attack on Red Cross ambulances is exposed as a hoax.
A review of some of the worst examples of media bias from the recent conflict