Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
Israel’s Operation Cast Lead dominated the newspapers, airwaves and internet for its duration, with the aftermath still generating headlines and opinion. It is extremely important to expose those cases where the story became agenda-driven or when the media simply got it wrong. This has been graphically illustrated by an about-turn by the UN. One of the most serious and damaging…
When will the media show some consistency in defining terror?
Why has the LA Times revived a discredited anti-Israel libel?
The Guardian’s website includes the Hamas “military wing” on its “Useful links”.
Some items from the Passover holiday period.
The media leaves the false impression that Israel has completely cut Gaza’s electricity.
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.
US professors Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer’s paper “The Israel Lobby” first received an airing in the London Review of Books in March 2006. Despite the controversy this paper aroused and Walt and Mearsheimer’s claims that their voices were being silenced, “The Israel Lobby” has now been published in book form. The original article was widely…