Tag Archives: Mahmoud Abbas

Rounding Up the Reax to PaliLeaks

A collection of what’s being said about the sturm und drang of the Palestinian Papers published in The Guardian: Elliott Abrams: Third, what some newspapers are calling “offers” or “agreements” made in the 2007-2008 negotiations are far less than that–are in fact most often preliminary probes or efforts to smoke out the other side. The Israelis

The Palestine Papers: So What?

So the Palestinian Authority and its Fatah cadres are having a hissy fit over a slew of documents leaked to Al-Jazeera and then shared with The Guardian. Big yawn. The whole leak is just a localized version of Wikileaks, ultimately more embarrassing for the Palestinians than for Israel, though there’s plenty of room to ruminate “What if

The New York Times: Just the Facts?

A six month study of the New York Times shows a bias toward the Palestinian narrative.

Israel at War: A Primer

Background & key issues behind Israel’s campaign against Hamas in Gaza.

Passed Over: Shorts You May Have Missed

Some items from the Passover holiday period.

Abbas: A "Moderate" Honoring Terrorists

Why does the media continue to refer to the Palestinian leadership as “moderate”?

Out of Context: The Times’s Image of the Day

Why does The Times of London publish a photo from Jenin as its “Image of the Day”?

One Year Analysis: Reuters 2007 "Pictures of the Month"

62% of images in our study were sympathic to the Palestinians.

Special Report: Gaza – Israel Responds to Hamas’s Escalation

A look at the context behind Israel’s military ops in Gaza.

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