There’s a perverse pleasure watching Saeb Erekat, Big Media’s favorite liar, spinning his resignation from the Palestinian negotiating team. He now claims he quit because PaliLeaks happened on his watch. Not because of the substance of the documents, or because his life’s in danger. His resignation — he wants you to believe — has nothing to…
What are the media going to do now that their favorite go-to-guy is no longer the Palestinian Authority’s most visible spokesperson?
Human Rights Watch and Saeb Erekat lack objectivity
After three child terrorists are caught, AP fails to explain the cultural background that encouraged their act.
An IDF video disproves incriminating media claims from the day before, yet many outlets ignore or bury the new information.
With the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Abbas, Yassir Arafat reasserts himself — undermining the key precondition for peace talks.
The Independent depicts Ariel Sharon as bolstering his re-election campaign by biting into the flesh of a Palestinian baby.
The winds of change begin to blow at CNN.
The Washington Post presents suicide bombing as a legitimate tactic. Plus updates on Jenin and the Church of Nativity.