The Guardian‘s Harriet Sherwood says farewell to the Mideast. The palpable negative feelings we’ve read between the lines in her years of coverage overtly bubbled up. A correspondent expressing feelings like this should’ve been pulled a long time ago: I am leaving angry about an occupation that has lasted close to half a century, weary…
This guest post by Myrrh is republished courtesy of Harry’s Place. [I submitted this to The Guardian as a commentary piece on April 4. On April 12 they confirmed that they will not be running it. Both Brian Whitaker, former Middle East Editor and current CiF editor, and Harriet Sherwood, currently the Jerusalem correspondent, have informed me…
The director of the Israeli Government Press Office claims that journalists coordinated their reporting with terrorist leader Marwan Barghouti.
The Guardian is trying to hide some dirty little secrets.
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Our annual award for the most skewed and biased reporting.
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Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
As Israel lays to rest the victim of Palestinian infanticide, the media tries to downplay the tragedy by comparing it to other casualties of Mideast violence.
In a classic case of imbalanced reporting, media reports pour in about the blockade of Palestinian towns — but nothing about the blockade imposed on Israelis.