A former Clinton aide storms the media in an attempt to shift the blame for Camp David away from the rejectionist Arafat.
Consistent. Logical. Incisive. That defines The Wall Street Journal's editorial policy on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Joshua Hammer presents the Middle East as an upside-down topsy-turvy distortion of facts.
The tide may be turning, as more reporters take the bold step of reporting the unadulterated facts.
Canada's leading newspaper is not afraid to criticize the Palestinian Authority, even as the rest of the world turns a blind eye to Arafat's campaign of violence and terror.
Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
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.
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 CEO of Hollinger International, publishers of The Spectator (London) and The Jerusalem Post, lashes out against "rabidly anti-Israel" journalists and governments.
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.