Rashid Khalidi

WASHINGTON POST-WATCH: Two of Three Editorials in the Ditch

Since just before the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war, Washington Post editorials have been better than the newspaper's foreign desk on Arab-Israeli news, often more timely and balanced. But two of three recent commentaries hit the ditch.

NPR Still Skews the News

Two extremely skewed segments on National Public Radio's popular Talk of the Nation news and talk program underscore that anti-Israel bias continues on the network.

B’Tselem, Los Angeles Times Redefine “Civilian”

Misrepresenting civilian deaths in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, guest columnist Rashid Khalidi erroneously reported June 17 in the Los Angeles Times that "The U.S. media regularly fail to mention that three times as many Palestinians as Israelis–most on both sides civilians–have been killed since September 2000, when the second intifada began" ("Can Hamas Cut a Deal for Peace?")