Ongoing, unprovoked aggression by Lebanese-based terrorists is poorly represented by the media.
Palestinians attempt to kidnap a NY Times reporter; also, one-dimensional reporting of the Rafah operation.
Cox News lumps humane Israeli policy together with the monstrous desecrations of radical Islamists.
A new film on Jenin brings further indication that journalists avoid criticism of Arab leaders out of fear.
In reporting on Palestinian child terror, USA Today omits essential context and soft-pedals radical Islamist ideology.
Media outlets perpetuate four myths about the late Hamas leader.
After three child terrorists are caught, AP fails to explain the cultural background that encouraged their act.
Media outlets continue to downplay the close ties between Arafat's Fatah party and a major terrorist group.
Two news agencies omit the IDF's explanation for a deadly clash in Nablus.
While the media blame Israel for a dour Christmas in Bethlehem, the real cause seems to be PA policy and Muslim intolerance.