The two largest wire agencies release chronicles of world terror that completely ignore attacks in Israel.
In reports on a possible prisoner exchange, AFP and AP give misleading descriptions of Hizbullah's motivations and key objective — the destruction of Israel.
In the wake of "The Children's Attack," profiles of families victimized by terror deserve to be reprinted broadly.
An inaccurate AP caption identifies a non-existent movement for peace on the Palestinian street.
This week, there were two historic political events in the Middle East. In one, Israeli voters chose a number of political parties for the next Knesset, with the ruling Kadima party earning the most votes. Kadima’s agenda, as articulated by acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, is to seek negotiations with a Palestinian leadership that rejects…
Not all bias is blatant. Here's one extra word from an Associated Press photo caption.
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.
Two examples of bias against Israel: from the Boston Globe, and the Philadelphia Daily News.
A year-end wrap-up contains 7 Mideast photos, 6 of them anti-Israel.
The Christian Science Monitor delegitimizes and sensationalizes the amount of U.S. foreign aid to Israel.