A Palestinian publicity stunt gets the media’s attention.
After five years in captivity, Gilad Shalit has finally returned home.
For a long time, I’ve wondered if the Israeli government could get its act together for some sensible PR. Judging from the statistics and reader comments I’ve seen, credit where credit is due to Danny Ayalon for a viral video that didn’t feature grainy footage of Israeli naval commandos rappelling into a Turkish boat brawl.…
Why has an Israeli video explaining the history and legal status of the West Bank upset the Palestinians? Could the real story be a threat to the distorted Palestinian narrative?
Think you know the West Bank? Think again.
An LA Times follow-up editorial abdicates all responsibility in assigning moral judgment on a brutal murder.
The Daily Mail publishes an anti-Israel letter without even bothering to check the false allegations.
It has become quite common for the media to add words such as “Israeli settlements are illegal according to international law” to every article that touches on the Palestinian-Israeli peace process. But is the reality that simple? Moshe Dan looks at this question in an op-ed in Ynet. He points out that the Geneva Convention…
The LA Times contends that the brutal murder of the Fogel family is part of an ongoing “cycle of violence” provoked by settlement building.
The BBC comes up with more excuses and deflection surrounding its callous coverage of a brutal terrorist murder.