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?
A 3-month investigation reveals the underlying basis for Palestinian sympathies in the media.
"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.
Israel-bashing in the media: is it just coincidence, or are there other factors driving this trend?
When a Palestinian commits pre-meditated murder against an Israeli at point-blank range, CNN merely says that a 'gunfight broke out.'
It is time to stop being afraid of mentioning the Jewish people's biblical right to the Land of Israel.
One of Canada's leading newspapers consistently publishes a one-sided view of the Middle East, to the point of glorifying suicide bombers.
What we knew all along – that Yasser Arafat is responsible for the violence – is now gaining a voice in the mainstream media.
Associated Press focuses on the suffering of the bomber and downplays his bestial act.
Next time you read about Israel in the newspaper, be sure you know how to read between the lines.
Murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off Gaza.
Just when we thought that CNN could get no worse...
Reporting a murder in the passive form changes the meaning entirely. Someone at the Associated Press tried to pull a fast one.
The reasons abound, but the result is the same: Israel is getting a bad rap in the world media.
The world's largest news agency distributes photos that focus heavily toward the Palestinians as victims.
Time magazine treats readers to 3,400 words, painting a rosy picture of Yasser Arafat. Most of the facts are incorrect.
British newspaper blames Israel for everything. When readers complain, the newspaper blames them, too.
When a Palestinian murders 8 Israelis, the world media downplays the event -- or ignores it altogether.
This overview of Palestinian issues is grossly one-sided. Such blatant propaganda does not belong in any respectable publication.
Hundreds of thousands rally in support of Jerusalem. CNN treats it like a sneeze.
NPR consistently softens the image of those who kill Israelis.
By manipulating fact and omitting context, The Times of London portrays Israel as initiating violence and stealing Palestinian land.
CNN continues to misrepresent events in Israel and create a climate of public opinion against Israel.
CBS and 60 Minutes gives Yasser Arafat an unchallenged forum for some outrageous allegations.
Between the BBC and the Times of London, the British media is becoming notorious for biased anti-Israel reporting. Some glaring examples from the past week.
Barak warns of 'difficult consequences' if Arafat fails to curb violence; at least 5 Palestinians killed in new clashes.
BBC and the London Times consistently distort the facts to portray Israel as the aggressor.
Last week's anti-Israel diatribe by The Spectator's High Life columnist is almost worthy of Goebbels, says Conrad Black.
In this article, CNN distorts the facts, skews the picture and downplays an attack on Jewish civilians.
Aish.com's media analysts identify a variety of journalistic violations in this "mainstream" article.
The incredible inside story of fraudulent 'news' photos coming out of Lebanon.
In an article bad enough to cancel your subscription over, Time magazine implicates Israel in the deaths of Palestinian children.