A London lawyer presents a comprehensive analysis of BBC's Mideast coverage. The results indicate an ongoing pattern of anti-Israel bias.
Despite the horrors, some reporters and correspondents to equate Palestinian terror and Israeli defense.
Saudi Arabia talks peace from one side, and war from the other.
The Washington Post falls into the common trap of equating attacker with victim.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, some media outlets still hail Arafat as the prince of peace.
As Palestinian factions step up the terror, the media gives Arafat the soapbox and portrays him as a heroic seeker of peace.
The PA master of terror gets op-ed space in the Washington Post, and a whitewash on MSNBC.com.
Topps issues trading cards hailing Arafat as an American patriot. Plus: With the Karine-A weapons ship, the media begins to point the finger at the PA.
Our annual award for the most skewed and biased reporting.
Jimmy Carter and others from the original Camp David speak their peace.