The Palestinian takeover of the Church of Nativity was planned and pre-meditated. But some journalists spin a different myth.
The Israeli army grants front-line access to a photographer whose lens is badly skewed.
A Newsweek Report is filled with selective omissions and distortion of facts.
As Palestinian factions step up the terror, the media gives Arafat the soapbox and portrays him as a heroic seeker of peace.
Our annual award for the most skewed and biased reporting.
A comparison of the lives of Sharon and Arafat packs a lot of bias into 100 words.
Some reporters sympathize with the Palestinian side — even to the extent of justifying and glorifying heinous suicide bombings.
Joshua Hammer presents the Middle East as an upside-down topsy-turvy distortion of facts.
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.