With distribution to 8,500 newspapers around the world, the Associated Press carries a lot of clout. Some of its Israel coverage has been shocking.
While an investigative committee makes cessation of violence the first step, Palestinians — and editors — link it to a freeze on settlements.
Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
Martin Peretz, editor-in-chief and chairman of The New Republic, has consistently stood by Israel's side, exposing the Arab rhetoric commonly parroted in the Western media.
HonestReporting objected to the Washington Post's down-playing of infanticide. The Post tries to shift the blame.
Reporting a murder in the passive form changes the meaning entirely. Someone at The Washington Post tried to pull a fast one.
Israel's partner in peace, and America's strongest Arab ally, is flaming the fans of hatred in its government-backed media.
In a classic case of imbalanced reporting, media reports pour in about the blockade of Palestinian towns — but nothing about the blockade imposed on Israelis.
Two notorious anti-Israel reporters gang up to cover the same piece of propaganda – and use nearly identical language in the process.
250,000 people gathered outside the Old City walls in support of Jerusalem. Did it receive fair coverage in the media?