In a letter sent to Congress early last month, Christian leaders engaged in an obvious attempt to blacken Israel's name.
The Harvard Kennedy School provided a platform for notorious anti-Israel detractor Diana Buttu. The results — including a string of demonstrable falsehoods — were predictable.
The Diyar Consortium led by Lutheran Pastor Mitri Raheb (left), falsely describes the security barrier as encircling Bethlehem.
Sami Awad tells one story about the death of his grandfather, Elias. His uncle Alex tells another.
Rev. Alex Awad, a Methodist missionary and Dean of Students at Bethlehem Bible College, offers a distorted view of the First Intifada in his DVD regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
English translators for the Israeli daily repeatedly minimize or expunge information about Arab wrongdoings appearing in the Hebrew original. At times, the English account is completely at odds with the original Hebrew.
Common Global Ministries, the overseas arm of two mainline Protestant churches in the U.S., tacitly admits its one-sided witness about human rights in the Middle East is motivated by fear of Islamist violence against Christians in the region.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is at it again, using his status as one of the heroes in the anti-Apartheid struggle of the 1980s to smear Israel and give Palestinian leaders a pass.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass has trotted out her tired theme of Israeli abuse of Palestinians, allowing a Palestinian activist in Nabi Saleh to promote propagandistic claims that are belied in an earlier; Palestine Monitor article.
Mohammed Merah, the confessed Toulouse killer, said he wanted to avenge the deaths of Palestinian children. The drumbeat of false accusations that Israel murders Palestinian children is a modern day blood libel in which the media is complicit.