Reporters criticize Israel for inspecting Palestinian Red Crescent ambulances, while obfuscating evidence of Palestinian impropriety.
The Israeli army grants front-line access to a photographer whose lens is badly skewed.
MSNBC's top photo to summarize 2001: Two mischievous Jewish kids.
The violent Tanzim leader is portrayed by Associated Press as a jovial family man.
As fighting escalated in and around the West Bank this week, several reporters were quick to blame Israeli troops for shooting up churches in Bethlehem. HonestReporting's review of reports and photos from Bethlehem suggests that these reporters 'jumped the gun.'
The week was full of important events in the Middle East, and in a change from the norm, HonestReporting presents a digest of various media reports. All these articles are important in their own right; we encourage you to take the time to read this communique carefully.
Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
A photographer's selective lens reinforces the perception that Israel is unfairly targeting Palestinian children.
It was a tragic casualty of war. But using it as an anti-Israel diatribe is gratuitous exploitation, and a gross lack of context.
When Israel strikes in retaliation, CNN mentions the original Palestinian attack as a yawning afterthought.