10/19/2009 1:44 PM ET
Talking to Charlie Rose, Times columnist Roger Cohen again downplayed Israel's security fears, urged them to talk to the anti-Israeli terrorist group Hamas, and insisted the U.S. pursue engagement ...
6/9/2009 2:15 PM ET
Michael Slackman, whose previous reporting focused on how much the Muslim world hated America, finds the Obama administration winning hearts and minds and even elections: "There were many domestic ...
3/10/2009 12:09 PM ET
Columnist Roger Cohen says calling Hamas and Hezbollah terrorists is a "narrow" and simplistic view and says of the recent Gaza "travesty": "I have never previously felt so shamed by Israel's ...
2/26/2009 2:21 PM ET
Truth hurts? In Cairo, reporter Michael Slackman frets that "the public is outraged that Hamas is labeled a terrorist organization by the United States, while Israel is treated as a close friend."
2/9/2009 3:51 PM ET
Plus, Keller unwittingly criticizes his paper's liberal slant: "To describe a politician as 'liberal' or 'conservative' (while almost always inexact) is generally neutral. To describe the same ...
2/5/2009 5:32 PM ET
Turkey's Prime Minister wants Israel banned from the UN over Gaza and told Israel's president "You kill people." The Times ignored those quotes, suggesting Erdogan is offering "healthy criticism."
1/13/2009 4:40 PM ET
Double standards in Gaza: Reporter Ethan Bronner put the Palestinian case in emotionally resonant terms, while his marshalling of pro-Israel arguments is scattered and grudging.
1/12/2009 3:55 PM ET
The Times demonstrates its usual obsession with moral equivalency in the Middle East: "Gaza War Is Full of Traps and Trickery By Both Hamas and Israel."
1/7/2009 3:08 PM ET
As Israel's incursion into Gaza continued, a headline in Wednesday's print edition left no room for doubt who was to blame for a tragic loss of civilian life.
1/5/2009 6:54 PM ET
Ethan Bronner: "Yet in its campaign so far, which has killed scores of children and other bystanders, Israel has not spared the trappings of Hamas sovereignty or limited itself to military targets."