Toronto's Globe and Mail is considered Canada's most prestigious and influential newspaper but Global Affairs reporter Patrick Martin misleads readers with a one-sided account of the conflict that indicts Israel and all but ignores Palestinian terrorism.
When Islamist terrorists murdered more than 50 Christians at a Church in Baghdad on Oct. 31, they overwhelmed the capacity of Western intellectuals to sweep Islamist violence under the rug.
UNRWA officials, John Ging (left) and Chris Gunness helped perpetuate the false story that Israel had shelled the Fakhoury UNRWA school in Gaza. Ging admits he knew none of the dead were on the school grounds.
Carolynne Wheeler, a freelancer for the Globe and Mail, writes as if she were on the scene of the Sharon-Abbas meeting, stating "Palestinian leaders left the meeting in Mr. Sharon's flag-draped residence in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City grim-faced." Only, she couldn't have been there, because the summit actually took place in the western part of the city, not the Old City. Other journalists have been fired pretending to attend events.