As terror hits the United States, several reporters are quick to blame Israel.
A Jewish reporter who lives in Ramallah states her case in The New York Times. As expected, the result is not pretty.
One of the world's largest news agencies displays a consistent pattern of anti-Israel bias. Violence on the Temple Mount is but the latest example.
After being denounced by the world as an obstacle to peace, Yasser Arafat is now enjoying rehabilitation at the hands of Deborah Sontag.
What we knew all along — that Yasser Arafat is responsible for starting and maintaining the violence — is now gaining a strong voice in the mainstream media.
Newsweek's Jerusalem bureau chief Joshua Hammer seems to be bending over backward to whitewash Palestinian violence and intimidation.
When a British reporter visits the scene of a gruesome double-murder, he can
Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
For more than two decades, journalist Robert Fisk has used his correspondent card to proudly become a crusader for Arab and Palestinian causes.
Martin Peretz, editor-in-chief and chairman of The New Republic, has consistently stood by Israel's side, exposing the Arab rhetoric commonly parroted in the Western media.