A Financial Times journalist apologizes.
As Hamas “celebrates” 25 years, here’s a reminder of what the organization is about.
Some observations on how this conflict was conducted and covered from a media perspective.
In the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Israel, the BBC can always be relied upon not to avoid clearly stating that a terror attack has occurred. This is the opening paragraph of the latest report on the incident: At least 10 people have been injured in an explosion on a bus in Israel’s commercial…
Read our primer to help you respond as Israel defends its citizens.
In a New York Times article about Israelis response to two alleged attacks by Jewish teens against Palestinians (“After Attacks, Israeli Schools Confront Hate,”) we are told by a Palestinian student that: “People are taught to hate, so they hate.” Despite the fact that the speaker was portraying Israelis as being taught to hate Palestinians,…
Who is the real aggressor as a rocket barrage strikes Israel’s south?
The BBC publishes propaganda for terror.
After five years in captivity, Gilad Shalit has finally returned home.
Israel and Hamas confirmed a deal to release Gilad Shalit within days. It’s a relief that there’s an end in sight. There will be plenty of debate about the wisdom of releasing terrorists, but the joy of Shalit back will be good news indeed. With Shalit to dominate headlines over the coming days, here are five spin…