Israeli and American insistence on uprooting terror receives unwarranted media criticism.
Arafat still runs the show from the top-down, and, no less importantly, from the bottom up.
American journalists, party to years of anti-Israel bias, have inadvertently contributed to the anti-Americanism now raging in the Arab street.
A comparison of media reports from Iraq and Israel on civilian deaths at checkpoints.
In context of the Iraqi war, The Times of London gives a forum for those calling to "Kill Jews."
In the wake of a fatal bulldozer incident, irresponsible photo captions and disparate editorial cartoons.
The media presents a flag-burning American as a peace hero, and ignores important IDF anti-smuggling activities.
Associated Press employs Hassan Fattah and Ibrahim Barzak to report from Gaza. Israel comes out on the short end.
The media omits the incriminating fact that weapons of terror were found inside Mohammed Taha's house.
The New York Times creates a false impression in the headline and lead paragraphs, while burying the most relevant information — that exonerates Israel — far down in the text.