Our third annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
AP apparently mis-captions an unregulated weapon as a child's "toy"; also, an ulterior motive for the Geneva Accord lacks publication.
The two largest wire agencies release chronicles of world terror that completely ignore attacks in Israel.
Under the guise of objectivity, the media try to 'democratize' a corrupt and dictatorial Palestinian regime.
AP and Reuters select news items that question Israeli policy — but avoid items that justify it.
With the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Abbas, Yassir Arafat reasserts himself — undermining the key precondition for peace talks.
London's The Guardian downplays the significance of Israel's prisoner release with unsubstantiated claims of mass arrests.
Israel's security fence receives unjustified media scrutiny, including comparisons to apartheid.
The media translate "hudna" as "truce," misrepresenting the term's religious, historical and modern meaning.
A Toronto Sun column replete with inaccuracies claims the road map is only good for Israel; also, AP misrepresents Camp David.