Tag Archives: The Guardian

BBC’s Christmas Odyssey

A seasonal road trip reveals a subtle bias.

Iranian Propaganda TV Increases its Reach

Press TV sends a shocking response to an invited guest.

Scottish Church Magazine’s Anti-Israel Attack

Life & Work is the Church of Scotland’s magazine. In its December issue, the highly loaded and inappropriate title “Israel’s Inhumanity” (PDF dowloadable) is an accurate pointer to the contents of a shockingly one-sided feature interview with extremist anti-Israel activist Jeff Halper. Halper is presented as a friendly “Santa Claus” figure visiting Scotland to raise awareness of

Terrorism in Mumbai

When will the media show some consistency in defining terror?

Spouting For Hamas

The Guardian gave op-ed space on 21 November to Azzam Tamimi, a known Hamas supporter who claims that Israel is responsible for the latest violence in Gaza. Tamimi claims that the “hudna” or truce was broken by Israel when “On November 4 the Israeli army penetrated Gaza, killing six Hamas officers under the pretext of having

The Economist’s Occasional Stone-throwing

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

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