10 years later, Tuvia Grossman meets the soldier who saved his life.
The media's war crimes allegations debunked.
A long term study of the New York Times reveals a bias against Israel.
Anti-Israel activists manipulate the online encyclopedia.
A quick guide to some of the big issues.
Honest Reporting's sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
Irresponsible coverage leaves Israel reviled in Great Britain.
A UN official admits that Hamas members are on his payroll. Media outlets ignore it.
Reuters refusal to use the word 'terrorist' is due to intimidation from thugs and their supporters.
Selective reporting slants news coverage of key Mideast issues.
Coverage of the UN court's condemnation of the security fence omitted some key information.
A survey of media praise for Israel's strike against the Hamas leader.
Early media reports misrepresent the IDF strike. Be on the lookout for these four myths.
A formal protest would have been lost in the back channels of European diplomacy. So he chose to scream.
The LA Times gives op-ed space to a professor who has called for the destruction of the State of Israel.
Reuters is cited for the most biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Under the guise of objectivity, the media tries to 'democratize' a corrupt and dictatorial Palestinian regime.
As Israel's prime ministers travels to Washington, observers are wondering: Did the road map take a detour?
The road map is taking a back seat to an internal Palestinian deal.
Arafat keeps his grip on the reigns of power, and appoints a Holocaust-denier to handle daily affairs.
Israel's plan to stop Palestinian violence is sensationalized by Reuters as "splitting Christ's birthplace."
CBC's Mideast correspondent instigates other reporters to join his protest.
The British media's coverage of Jenin wins the ignoble prize for the most skewed and biased reporting on the Mideast conflict.
Commentators make outlandish comparisons of democratic Israel to the world's worst dictatorial despots.
A review of media issues relating to Sept. 11 in light of the Mideast conflict.
The Washington Post sympathizes with a Hamas leader, and Time magazine 'blames' Israel for decreasing the violence.
A new book accuses Israel of deliberately attacking an American ship in June 1967.
The media tries to mop up its horrific coverage of Jenin. Some newspapers succeed.
The media tries to justify the bombing of an Israeli cafeteria as some kind of tit-for-tat.
Israel wipes out a most-wanted terrorist. Is the media reporting the whole story?
CNN announces a series of major policy changes in favor of the Israeli position.
The method of the IDF operation in Jenin helped reduce civilian casualties. The UK media parrots Palestinian claims it was a massacre.
Suicide bombers are coming from Arafat's Fatah Al-Aqsa Brigade, even as Arafat meets with U.S. envoy Anthony Zinni to pledge his devotion to peace.
Lee Hockstader delivers page one sympathy for Palestinian combatants.
CNN mentions the name, age and hometown of the suicide bomber -- but not of the Jewish victims.
Recognizing the year's most skewed and biased reporting.
A comparison of the lives of Sharon and Arafat packs a lot of bias into 100 words.
When Palestinian gunmen machine-gun Jewish shoppers, Reuters lumps the attackers' deaths together with the victims.
Some small papers join in the slander against Israel -- including an accusation of discrimination against Christians.
Harper's magazine accuses Israeli troops of murdering Palestinian children for sport.
Is Bin Laden motivated by radical Islamic teachings? Some fifth columnists say ‘no -- it's all Israel's fault.'
The terror war has gone global. How does this media coverage affect Israel?
"60 Minutes" in Australia justifies suicide bombings and denying Israel's right to self-defense.
Mass carnage of Jewish civilians is not enough for CNN to stop parroting the Palestinian line.
The world jumps on Israel for its campaign to eliminate the Hamas terrorist threat. What alternative option would they recommend pursuing?
After being denounced by the world as an obstacle to peace, Yasser Arafat is now rehabilitated by the Western media.
A vile, insulting screed from the Washington Post tries to win sympathy for the bloody-handed Ramallah lyncher.