History professor Paul Thomas Chamberlin makes the case for talking to terrorists using President Nixon’s decision not to deal with the PLO as a case study. He writes in a New York Times op-ed: By failing to strengthen moderates within the P.L.O. and effectively locking the Palestinians out of the Arab-Israeli peace process, American officials…
Despite having been spurned by the White House Correspondents Association, Helen Thomas still feels Palestinian love. That’s because the PLO’s Washington delegation honored Thomas with its own journalism award. The 91 year-old journalism veteran was forced out of her position at Hearst Newspapers two years ago for saying Jews should get the hell out of Palestine. What took…
Walter Rodgers goes far beyond a simple debate over settlements.
Why does the media continue to refer to the Palestinian leadership as “moderate”?
Are there any patterns of bias in New York Times reporting?
Our sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
The media refer to a plan in which Israel is recognized and violence eschewed. But does the plan really say that?
How the media remember Arafat one year after his death
Media 'oversight': A unreconstructed Hamas is ineligible for PA elections
Double standard at The Independent, the PLO vs. HonestReporting, and Neil MacDonald at it again.