A former U.S. president continues to present Arafat as peaceful and democratic.
Ted Koppel goes tough on Sharon, but tip-toes with Arafat.
A London lawyer presents a comprehensive analysis of BBC's Mideast coverage. The results indicate an ongoing pattern of anti-Israel bias.
Holger Jensen of the Rocky Mountain News writes so many classic distortions that he forms a virtual "Encyclopedia of Bias."
The Saudis revive an old peace plan, and suddenly the New York Times takes notice.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, some media outlets still hail Arafat as the prince of peace.
With suicide attacks plaguing Israel, it is more important than ever that the media get its facts straight.
Israel pursues the assassins of its tourism minister. Thomas Friedman finds that provocative.
Jacoby exposes the long Arab record of broken agreements, and international hypocrisy of criticizing Israel's stance at a time of unparalleled restraint.
Palestinians exhibit a grisly re-enactment of the Sbarro suicide bombing, and the Sacramento Bee attacks Israel's anti-terror stance.