Why today's Arab anti-Israeli and anti-Jewish propaganda strongly resembles that of the Third Reich.
British media's deep animosity towards Israel
How Israel should use the internet to advance its cause.
Honest Reporting's sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
The critical importance of Israeli public diplomacy in the war against the Iran-Hizballah axis of terror.
In waging their propaganda war, Israel's enemies count on journalists to report first and research later.
The so-called Prisoners' Document: Don't let the media fool you.
Despite dozens of examples to the contrary, BBC insists there is bias against the Palestinians.
Study decrying "Israel Lobby" marred by numerous errors and is an embarrassment to Harvard and University of Chicago.
Israel's image around the world will not improve until we change the way we present Israel to the world.
Denigration and defamation are likely to nullify any positive images of Jewish generosity, creativity and good works if the epithets and misinformation are left unchallenged.
A French court finds Le Monde guilty of anti-Semitism. In European media, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
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.
Suppressing news by threatening reporters with violence or death is one of the dirty little secrets of Middle East journalism.
How ironic that Reuters -- founded by the son of a rabbi -- displays bias against the Jewish state.
Coverage of the UN court's condemnation of the security fence omitted some key information.
Lessons learned from an intensive week in the Middle East.
Jeffrey Goldberg's recent piece about Israeli settlers so distorted and sloppy with facts as to raise questions about his other writing.
A new documentary explores the damaging myth and underlying media bias against Israel.
In Britain, it is open season on both Israel and the Jews.
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.
Why has this thoughtful writer missed or distorted vital information about the Arab-Israeli conflict?
A formal protest would have been lost in the back channels of European diplomacy. So he chose to scream.
Bob Simon's 60 Minutes segment on the fence Israel is building to thwart terrorists was manipulative and shaky on key factual assertions.
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.
No one should be permitted to deny what is perhaps the most ancient and legitimate claim of any people on any piece of land. Not even The New York Times.
A vulnerable Jewish professor publicly advocates the dismantling of Israel as a sovereign Jewish nation.
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.
Noam Apter's heroic act saved countless lives. Why didn't more people hear about it?
CBC's Mideast coverage is amoral, irresponsible and rife with double standards.
The British media's coverage of Jenin wins the ignoble prize for the most skewed and biased reporting on the Mideast conflict.
Dishonest reporting has made truth a casualty of the war, causing grievous damage to both Israel and the integrity of the journalistic profession.