What does the media do when an Israeli spy story actually involves no Israelis?
Why is it that the New York Times still cannot distinguish the moral differences between Palestinian terror and Israeli measures to defend its citizens?
A poll reveals some disturbing findings questioning Palestinian attitudes to peace with Israel. But how did the media spin the results?
The Israeli Government Press Office warns journalists of the consequences of participating in the flotilla.
Journalists on board Gaza-bound flotilla will be active participants in an illegal act says HR Managing Editor Simon Plosker in an opinion piece for YNet News.
Once again, a flood of headlines present Israel as an aggressor responsible for the deaths of dozens of unarmed civilians. Was this really a peaceful protest or another Syrian-engineered attempt to breach Israel’s border? Where did the media get it right and where did it go wrong?
Our look at some of the media coverage of the Netanyahu speech illustrates how we are at the mercy of one or two journalists and editors or the particular editorial or political line of a media outlet when it comes to coverage of Israel.
A New York Times report on the latest flotilla is a shoddy piece of journalism, lacking in vital context, missing any Israeli comment and adopting the false narrative provided by anti-Israel activists well versed in manipulating the media for their cause.
• One man’s terrorist is another man’s loser. A NY Times memo instructs the newsroom not to refer to Bin Laden as Mr. At Jill and Bill’s request, we dropped the honorific for Bin Laden. Without a “Mr.” in front of his name, it was decided that we should capitalize the “B” in Bin Laden…
Here we go again. What do you think was going through the mind of the photo editor at the New York Times when he chose this image to accompany a story that “time is running out” for an Israeli peace plan? Yes, here we have a typical scene where the Palestinians are peacefully praying…