When HonestReporting questioned the use of the terms "terrorists" and "militants," the BBC admitted to applying an arbitrary double-standard.
When a Western target is hit, it's the work of "terrorists." When an Israeli target is hit, it's the work of "militants." Why?
Two notorious anti-Israel reporters gang up to cover the same piece of propaganda – and use nearly identical language in the process.
When the British Guardian responds in less-than-honorable fashion, the director of HonestReporting gives them a calm, rational lashing.
We've analyzed hundreds of publications for anti-Israel bias. The British Guardian seems among the worst.
With Israeli elections in the news, many publications are unleashing ferocious attacks on Prime Minister-elect Ariel Sharon.
An article in the January 2001 issue of Harper's Magazine lambastes Israel for the worst crimes, including "barbarism," "fierce prejudice," "systematic violence," and even "ethnic cleansing."
This week, many media outlets reported in the same article the murders of Binyamin Ze'ev Kahana and wife, Talia, and the killing several hours later of a Palestinian terrorist leader, Thabet Thabet, presumably by Israeli security forces.
A notoriously rabid anti-Semite, who happens to be employed as a journalist, spews his venom once more.
In a lengthy background piece on the Mideast crisis, the UK Economist somehow manages to avoid mentioning the Israeli point of view anywhere in the article.