The major media call this a "period of relative calm," disregarding the ongoing wave of attempted terror, thwarted by the IDF.
Media outlets condemn the Israeli strike against a Syrian terror camp, promulgating two myths of Syria and the war on terrorism.
Cloudy headlines and rationalization of terror characterize BBC and Reuters coverage of the Negohot attack.
With the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Abbas, Yassir Arafat reasserts himself — undermining the key precondition for peace talks.
Two Florida papers revisit their refusal to call Hamas and Islamic Jihad "terrorists"; from one only, a policy change.
The AP and ABC News report terrorist attacks in central Israel as occurring "near the West Bank"
The media displace the road map's terms with those of the hudna — an internal Palestinian deal.
An inaccurate AP caption identifies a non-existent movement for peace on the Palestinian street.
Salon and MSNBC disregard Palestinian road map delays and blame Israel for Abu Mazen
Israel's cabinet accepts the road map, but is determined to avoid Oslo