BBC’s Mideast editor rebuked for breaching impartiality and accuracy rules.
How did CNN fail to spot the danger signs when they hired a Fatah activist?
Browsing the Israeli press can provide a broader and more informed picture of events in Israel than the narrower and sometimes slanted international media coverage. Indeed, Israel’s press is hardly monolithic with a variety of competing political narratives and a penchant for self-criticism, so much so that many of the most negative stories appearing in the international press are first…
Ha’aretz and The Guardian’s war crimes allegations debunked.
Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
A look back at some of the worst cases of anti-Israel media bias.
Israel’s Operation Cast Lead dominated the newspapers, airwaves and internet for its duration, with the aftermath still generating headlines and opinion. It is extremely important to expose those cases where the story became agenda-driven or when the media simply got it wrong. This has been graphically illustrated by an about-turn by the UN. One of the most serious and damaging…
Is there more to the figures than meets the eye?
PHOSPHORUS CHARGES REBUKED Accusations that Israel employs sinister and “illegal” weapons are not new. Now, the politicised non-governmental organisation Human Rights Watch has condemned Israel for allegedly using white phosphorus weapons unlawfully in the conflict with Hamas. NGOs such as HRW enjoy the “halo effect”, whereby, because of their humanitarian focus, they are insulated from scrutiny and are regarded as…
The latest media developments as Israel’s campaign against Hamas continues.