Our look at some of the media coverage of the Netanyahu speech illustrates how we are at the mercy of one or two journalists and editors or the particular editorial or political line of a media outlet when it comes to coverage of Israel.
An LA Times follow-up editorial abdicates all responsibility in assigning moral judgment on a brutal murder.
HR readers outraged by the LA Times’s cycle of violence mentality got the paper’s attention. Here’s the editorial staff’s lame response. You can argue forever about who is right and who is wrong. Or how far back to go to determine who started the hostilities. Or how much worse it is or isn’t to kill civilians…
The LA Times contends that the brutal murder of the Fogel family is part of an ongoing “cycle of violence” provoked by settlement building.
I admit it. I never cared if I was consistent in the way I spelled the name of Libya’s dictator. I got away with it for years. After all, transliterating Arab names into English with a consistent spelling is hard enough, but Gaddafi’s in a league of his own. Last year, ABC News posted 112…
The demolition of an unrecognized Bedouin settlement in the Negev attracts some foreign media looking to fit the story into their own one-sided agenda.
Why has the LA Times revived a discredited anti-Israel libel?
Many media outlets fail to add significant context to a day of violence.
A project sets out to prove that any country can be made to look like a pariah.
Walt & Mearsheimer’s book receives harsh reviews in the mainstream media.