While an investigative committee makes cessation of violence the first step, Palestinians — and editors — link it to a freeze on settlements.
Palestinians commemorate a 1948 catastrophe. From reading the news, you'd never know it was self-inflicted.
A reporter in Denver has earned his placed as one of the most rabidly anti-Israel journalists at work today. It's time to let him know how we feel.
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.
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.
The New York Times singles out Israeli settlers as a separate class of people. By doing so, it strengthens the hand of Palestinians perpetrating attacks.
Two notorious anti-Israel reporters gang up to cover the same piece of propaganda – and use nearly identical language in the process.
This week, many media outlets reported in the same article the murders of Binyamin Ze'ev Kahana and wife, Talia, and the killing several hours later of a Palestinian terrorist leader, Thabet Thabet, presumably by Israeli security forces.
In a lengthy background piece on the Mideast crisis, the UK Economist somehow manages to avoid mentioning the Israeli point of view anywhere in the article.