Washington Post and AP invert the chronology of recent violence; also, Reuters cavorts with Jenin terrorist
Denial of PA anti-terror obligations has become standard media practice.
Media outlets promulgate absurd fabrications from Palestinian spokespersons.
In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
The cable network insists on granting air time to a notorious Holocaust denier.
Coverage of a young Palestinian's death highlights a two-stage problem with media treatment of the conflict.
The Scotsman and Reuters remain mired in 'blame Sharon' and 'cycle of violence' coverage, defying the reality on the ground.
Our fourth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Reuters' global managing editor acknowledges that Arab intimidation influences his agency's news coverage.
Reporter Jonathan Cook endorses terrorism as 'the surest way' to promote Palestinian goals.