A personal experience, and response, to media distortion of Israel.
An important ruling against Le Monde's coverage of Israel meets near media silence.
In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
The cable network insists on granting air time to a notorious Holocaust denier.
Toronto Sun columnist Eric Margolis crosses the bounds of ethical journalism.
The Scotsman and Reuters remain mired in 'blame Sharon' and 'cycle of violence' coverage, defying the reality on the ground.
All major media outlets ignore Israel's massive humanitarian aid to South Asia – an indication of a national ethos of caring.
'Franklingate' appears more media hype than a substantive case of espionage.
CBC lends credence to a bizarre claim of Israeli culpability for Iraqi prisoner abuses.