In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
The cable network insists on granting air time to a notorious Holocaust denier.
Toronto Sun columnist Eric Margolis crosses the bounds of ethical journalism.
Following a hopeful summit meeting at Sharm, The Guardian maintains the ideological blame game.
Coverage of a young Palestinian's death highlights a two-stage problem with media treatment of the conflict.
The Scotsman and Reuters remain mired in 'blame Sharon' and 'cycle of violence' coverage, defying the reality on the ground.
Double standard at The Independent, the PLO vs. HonestReporting, and Neil MacDonald at it again.
The WashPost reporter's checkpoint story lacks essential context and accepts dubious claims as fact.
HonestReporting's biography, with links to important sources
AFP blames Israel for Palestinians' deep financial crisis, but facts point to criminal PA mismanagement as the real culprit.