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.
Reuters once again omits a central fact of a Palestinian terror attack.
A pure propaganda site is indexed by the innovative, popular Google News.
Reports on the Israeli ambassador's protest in a Stockholm museum downplay the exhibit's clear glorification of a suicide bomber.
The LA Times grants op-ed space to a radical who would 'use anything, including lies, injustice and obfuscation' to promote his anti-Israel agenda.
News photos of Israel's security fence distort its physical properties, and a Boston Globe op-ed misrepresents its placement in the West Bank.
A disturbing media trend blames Israeli policy for the Islamist war on Western civilization.