The AP and ABC News report terrorist attacks in central Israel as occurring "near the West Bank"
The media displace the road map's terms with those of the hudna — an internal Palestinian deal.
The Washington Post refers to both terrorists and settlers as "militant," blurring two separate definitions of the term.
This week, there were two historic political events in the Middle East. In one, Israeli voters chose a number of political parties for the next Knesset, with the ruling Kadima party earning the most votes....
A Toronto Sun column replete with inaccuracies claims the road map is only good for Israel; also, AP misrepresents Camp David.
As a summit meeting approaches, the media misrepresent the road map and strike a suspicious pose toward Sharon.
Israel's cabinet accepts the road map, but is determined to avoid Oslo
Israeli and American insistence on uprooting terror receives unwarranted media criticism.
The Palestinian street is rife with pro-Saddam and anti-American demonstrations.
Israel's plan to stop Palestinian violence is sensationalized by Reuters as "splitting Christ's birthplace"