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More Unfairness Against Israel

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.

"Lethal Tricks" by Both Hamas and Israel?

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."

Leaving Out Israel's Side of the Story

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.

More One-Sided Reporting on the Gaza "Assault"

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."

Is the Times Losing Its Balance in Israel-Hamas Coverage?

Does a front-page story, "In Dense Gaza, Civilians Suffer," signal the Times will once again start criticizing Israel for going too far?

Middle East Moral Equivalency Watch: Terrorist Group Hamas vs. Israel

According to reporter Ethan Bronner, the terrorist group Hamas and the state of Israel both 'have a point' when it comes to violating a truce - and a defensive move by Israel 'drove the cycle of ...

A Sanitized Profile of Hezbollah's Unhappy Campers

Reporter Robert Worth devotes 2,600 words to Hezbollah's "Boy Scout"-style youth movement" in Lebanon without once using the word "terrorism."

Steven Erlanger's Latest Whitewash of Hamas

Erlanger: The anti-Israeli terrorist Hamas is "in its way, pragmatic," the Palestinian terrorist leader Yasir Arafat was a "charismatic man," and Israel and the U.S. are responsible for the ...

The New Public Editor's Bizarre Priorities

Clark Hoyt has no problem with the Times running a piece from the terrorist group Hamas, but strongly disapproved of an anti-vegan op-ed.

A Pulitzer Prize for Evasive Reporting?

Andrea Elliott's series on a Brooklyn-based Muslim imam won the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing - but suffers from a lack of curiosity about the unflattering sides of its subject matter.
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