Whether discussing Palestinian demands or Israeli demands, Palestinian rejection of Israeli positions or Israeli rejection of Palestinian positions, the newspaper identifies the same party as the obstacle to successful peace talks — Israel. Compare ;how the newspaper reports the positions of each side.
The British medical journal, The Lancet, continues to publish unbalanced editorials exhibiting hostility toward the Jewish state.
The Christian Science Monitor published a toxic Op-Ed which argues that Israel, unique among nations apparently, has no right to defend its citizens from deadly terrorist attacks.
On a regular basis, The Huffington Post is a wasteland of biased and context-free reporting about Israel. During the current conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, The Huffington Post has hit a new low.
In a letter sent to Congress early last month, Christian leaders engaged in an obvious attempt to blacken Israel's name.
The Daily Show's two-part report on America's suspension of funding to UNESCO for admitting Palestine misinforms rather than informs. In the process, it reinforces ugly prejudices.
Arguing in the Los Angeles Times Web site that Israel's "fundamental policy towards the Palestinians" is land "theft," Phyllis Bennis is compelled to ignore Israel's Gaza withdrawal and multiple offers to turn over almost the entire West Bank.
Those looking to incite hate toward Israel can choose the crude path, or opt for a more highbrow route. While Kent State's Julio Pino opted for the former, University of Akron's Walter Hixson weighs in with a somewhat more polished bit of anti-Israel agitprop.
An erroneous Associated Press statement this week that "Israelis and Palestinians have refused to hold any directs talks" is consistently contradicted by a year of AP articles which repeatedly demonstrate that Israel called for immediate, direct talks.
Susan Cornwell's otherwise straightforward news account cited two far-left Jewish groups criticizing the U.S. de-funding of UNESCO and omitted statements, such as that by the mainstream Conference of Presidents, that applauded> U.S. action.