The Economist thinks Israel was stingy with last week’s prisoner release. As a measure of the seriousness of negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians, the number of Palestinian prisoners released on the eve of talks, say pessimists, is a gloomy barometer. When the two sides sat down to negotiate two decades ago, after signing the Oslo…
Is this Gaza, or Monaco?
HonestReporting’s Simon Plosker was on Rusty Mike Radio discussing Naqba coverage and new perspectives on Israel-advocacy. Listen to the podcast. One Palestinian who breached the border from Syria said he was shot while trying to kidnap an Israeli soldier. Will someone please notify The Economist? They think the border breach is new page in Palestinian Arab…
The Economist misrepresents a municipal plan to improve the lives of Jerusalem’s Arab residents.
Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
Some media employ Palestinian terminology following a stabbing in a Jerusalem neighborhood.
The Economist‘s print edition features the effects of Israel’s security barrier on the residents of the West Bank village of Nilin (also known as Naalin). According to The Economist: Every week, protesting villagers and campaigners from outside walk towards the confiscated land and shout at the Israelis. The demonstrations are usually peaceful, but occasionally a…
A poisonous pen scribbles in South Africa while an old canard resurfaces in Australia.
Why does the Economist single out Tel Aviv for negative treatment?
A Jerusalem Post expose shows deep links between Arafat and Saddam.