An Economist article on Israel's declaration of state land is characteristically harsh on Israel and employs inappropriate terminology.
A Guest Column by Moria Paz incorrectly accuses Israel of "reoccupying the West Bank and Gaza." The status of the West Bank and Gaza are clarified.
A demographic analysis of the fatalities in Gaza during the Israeli military response to Hamas rocket-fire raises doubts about widely quoted statements that 70 percent or more of the fatalities are non-combatants.
The age ranges of the fatalities in the Gaza Strip in fighting between July 7 and July 14 according to an Al Jazeera list.
Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR's "On Point," moderates a discussion of the escalation in violence between Israel and the Palestinians, but excludes anyone to give the Israeli side.
Popular travel host Rick Steves plans to release a televised segment dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His prior work on the topic raises concerns about the influence of Palestinian propaganda on his understanding of the conflict.
In 2009, John Lindsay, the former counsel for UNRWA, published a scathing expose of the organization, detailing how far it had strayed from its original purpose.
Both President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry cite the demographic argument to prod Israel toward an agreement to establish a Palestinian state before "the window" closes.
Media mavens like Thomas Friedman warn Israel to heed boycott advocates for its own good. But a review of Israeli export data shows the Israeli economy is doing just fine.
A media debate over the West's response to Iran's nuclear program and threats against Israel has raised comparisons with the 1930s and the Munich Conference.