Jacoby exposes the long Arab record of broken agreements, and international hypocrisy of criticizing Israel's stance at a time of unparalleled restraint.
A Jewish reporter who lives in Ramallah states her case in The New York Times. As expected, the result is not pretty.
Charles Krauthammer's journalism is consistently accurate, incisive and enlightening. Even more important is his courage to state the truth.
Some reporters sympathize with the Palestinian side — even to the extent of justifying and glorifying heinous suicide bombings.
"60 Minutes" in Australia gets into the anti-Israel act — justifying suicide bombers and denying Israel's right to self-defense.
Mass carnage and the death of 18 Jewish civilians is still not enough for CNN to take a break from parroting the Palestinian propagandist line.
After being denounced by the world as an obstacle to peace, Yasser Arafat is now enjoying rehabilitation at the hands of Deborah Sontag.
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.