In coverage of a key Bush-Sharon meeting, media outlets manufacture a controversy that simply didn't exist.
Following a hopeful summit meeting at Sharm, The Guardian maintains the ideological blame game.
Before a key US visit, media outlets misrepresent Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan.
As the prime ministers travel to Washington, observers are wondering: Did the road map take a detour?
The media displace the road map's terms with those of the hudna — an internal Palestinian deal.
The media translate "hudna" as "truce," misrepresenting the term's religious, historical and modern meaning.
Salon and MSNBC disregard Palestinian road map delays and blame Israel for Abu Mazen
A Toronto Sun column replete with inaccuracies claims the road map is only good for Israel; also, AP misrepresents Camp David.
As a summit meeting approaches, the media misrepresent the road map and strike a suspicious pose toward Sharon.
Israel's cabinet accepts the road map, but is determined to avoid Oslo