The events of the past few days have generated some horrendous headlines. Here are just a few that we spotted.
In the hours after the terrible terrorist attack near Eilat that left 8 Israelis dead and many more wounded, what was the BBC’s headline story?
The laughable propaganda coming out of the Iranian regime aimed at the British authorities’ handling of recent riots has descended to even more embarrassing levels.
While its neighbors such as Syria demonstrate a particular malevolent disregard for human life, why is it that Israel continues to be singled out with uniquely evil attributes?
Martin Wainwright A few days ago I blogged the inherent irony of Guardian journalist Martin Wainwright’s comments when interviewed on Israeli radio about the UK riots: Pictures of any sort of disorder...
Someone alerted me to this little gem he heard on Israel’s Galei Tzahal (Army Radio) on its breakfast show this morning. Discussing the riots in the UK, The Guardian’s Martin Wainwright was...
The riots afflicting London and other parts of the UK have made headline news around the world. What has this got to do with coverage of the Middle East however?
A Saudi prince wins damages against notoriously anti-Israel journalist Robert Fisk and The Independent for publishing a fraudulent story.
The UK is a major center of anti-Israel activity. HR is combining with its UK affiliate to increase emphasis on the UK media and the assault on Israel’s legitimacy.
Johann Hari The saga of Johan Hari’s plagiarism just gets worse and worse. Even if I wasn’t already disgusted by Hari’s anti-Israel polemics, this latest piece of information, courtesy...