“Birds of a feather flock together.” This phrase could be applied to many journalists plying their trade in Israel. They hang out with other journalists and those who share a similar political viewpoint on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It also means that many foreign journalists are unable to discern the multitude of opinions held by ordinary…
Everything you need to know about today’s media coverage of Israel. Peace Process • Commenting on Condi Rice’s memoirs, David Ignatius says the Obama administration’s failure to advance the peace process is compounded by the fact that the US could have used Olmert’s proposal as a building block for peace talks. • The Christian Science Monitor has capsule…
The Toronto Star compares a terrorist to a Nobel laureate.
The media refer to a plan in which Israel is recognized and violence eschewed. But does the plan really say that?
Selective reporting slants news coverage of key Mideast issues
HonestReporting members contribute bias examples from Reuters, AP, CBC and more.
The director of the Israeli Government Press Office claims that journalists coordinated their reporting with terrorist leader Marwan Barghouti.
Five Palestinians are shot in a Ramallah office building. How did it happen?
The PA master of terror gets op-ed space in the Washington Post, and a whitewash on MSNBC.com.
The violent Tanzim leader is portrayed by Associated Press as a jovial family man.