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  Distortions and mistakes in the LAT
In reporting on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the LAT is quick to believe Palestinian claims, consistently refuses to deem even the most heinous Palestinian acts of violence as "terrorism," and maintains a video news clip library on its website worthy of a Palestinian Authority library. Read More...

  Revisiting CNN - May 21, 2002
The intensity of CNN's coverage dropped considerably as "Operation Defensive Shield" came to an end. There was a flurry of press coverage when the siege of Arafat was lifted in Ramallah and at the end of the Church of the Nativity standoff. Today, CNN returned to its "normal" activity Read More...

  Yasser Arafat The Terrorist Reemerged
When Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin shook Yasser Arafat's hand at the White House on September 13, 1993, a new era in the history of the Middle East conflict appeared to be dawning. A Declaration of Principles was signed. On May 4, 1994, Arafat and Rabin signed the Cairo Agreement, and Israel began the withdrawal from Gaza and Jericho. Read More...

  The Palestinian Authority and the Press: A History of Distortion and Intimidation
Why does Israel seem to always win on the military battlefield, but lose the media war? Ineptitude by Israeli spokesmen? Probably not. Lack of effort? Usually not. A weaker moral and historical case? Certainly not. Read More...

  Who Is Israel's New Prime Minister? The Life and Times of Ariel Sharon
Ariel "Arik" Sharon was born in Moshav Kfar M'lal in 1928. Already as a youth he witnessed the turmoil of the Arab revolt (1936-1939) when marauding Arab bands attacked British positions and Jewish communities. In 1942, Sharon joined the Haganah, then a home guard force designed to protect against Arab attacks and the threat of a German invasion of Palestine. Read More...

  Palestinian Children in Danger: The Use and Abuse of Palestinian Children by Yasser Arafat and the Palestinian Authority
The death of innocent civilians during combat - an all-too frequent occurrence -- is a true tragedy. The death of innocent children, however, transcends the realm of tragedy and can be described in terms of cosmic and criminal catastrophes. Human hearts ache at the pictures of a Palestinian boy cut down by bullets or the Israeli school children severely maimed by a terrorist bomb. Read More...

  Campaign to Rescue Three Israeli Soldiers and One Citizen Abducted to Lebanon
On October 7, 2000, three Israeli soldiers were on routine patrol along the Lebanese border when Hizbullah terrorists ambushed them. It is believed that they were injured by a roadside bomb and then abducted by the terrorists who took them back to Lebanon. Investigations carried out at the scene of the abduction indicate that the Hizbullah men disguised themselves as UN personnel, using uniforms and vehicles carrying the UNIFIL insignia. Read More...