While Israel is held to impossibly high standards for avoiding civilian casualties, the US admits that killing civilians is sometimes necessary in order to get high-value targets.
As Russia bombs Syrian targets and the U.S. is accused of a “war crime” following an attack on an Afghan hospital, what does this say about Israeli actions?
The Independent’s editorial charges Israel with employing “disproportionate” force.
One year after the Gaza flotilla, I fear Big Media is discarding the Israeli narrative of events leading up to, during and after the IDF intercepted the Mavi Marmara. An even more provocative Flotilla 2 is in the works, and the NY Times produced some absolutely shoddy journalism (paywall-challenged readers click via Twitter). Reporter Susanne Gusten fails to…
The BBC’s reporting of the Israeli commisssion of inquiry into the Gaza flotilla graphically illustrates all that is wrong with its coverage of Israel.
How can a journalist “forget” his interviewee’s position at the head of an anti-Israel NGO?
HonestReporting takes a look at the context behind the events of June 1967.
A radical UCLA professor questions Israel's "right to exist".
An alleged Israeli missile attack on Red Cross ambulances is exposed as a hoax.
Two Florida papers revisit their refusal to call Hamas and Islamic Jihad "terrorists"; from one only, a policy change.