The WashPost reporter's checkpoint story lacks essential context and accepts dubious claims as fact.
Our third annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In the wake of "The Children's Attack," profiles of families victimized by terror deserve to be reprinted broadly.
The Washington Post refers to both terrorists and settlers as "militant," blurring two separate definitions of the term.
Israel's cabinet accepts the road map, but is determined to avoid Oslo
The media omits the incriminating fact that weapons of terror were found inside Mohammed Taha's house.
Our annual award for the most skewed and biased reporting.
A rash of articles criticize roadblocks and school closings — in Israel, but not in DC.
The media shifts to a more sympathetic portrayal of Israeli society, particularly humanizing Israeli victims of terror.
Palestinian leaders leaves the door open for attacks against majority of Israelis.