A decision was expected today. Will the court exonerate Philippe Karsenty?
1. Kill your own children. 2. Pose and photograph the corpses. 3. Blame Israel. 4. Distribute to naive Western journalists. 5. Repeat.
The "see no evil" response from Northeastern's provost is part of the problem.
Don't look to the MSM to give you the truth about this week's ambush of IDF reservists.
An Israeli soldier was killed, and another wounded, by Lebanese army forces in an apparently pre-planned provocation.
While Obama pushes progressivism on the Middle East, the Arab League and Mahmoud Abbas position themselves to blame Israel when the talks inevitably fail.
Jew-baiting has become something of a sport in England, as Brits feed the monster — radical Islam — that devours them.
Hezbollah forces have taken over more than a hundred villages to store their heavy artillery, and their command posts are near schools and hospitals.
An examination of just how badly CNN failed to accurately cover the flotilla incident — repeating nonsense when better information was available — and the ramifications.
There's a world of difference between the video coming out of Iran and the infamous footage out of Gaza.
Did the network stage a heartrending scene in a Gaza hospital?
Why does Hamas victimize its own people? And why doesn't the media call them on it?
Richard Landes of the Second Draft reviews the evidence that the "Al-Dura Affair" was, as ruled by a French appeals court today, a hoax — and exposes other works of "Pallywood."
The evidence emerging from the ongoing Al Dura trial in France indicates that Western journalists are fully aware that some of the footage they use in their reports on the Mideast conflict is staged, charges Richard Landes. When confronted with the pervasive evidence of staging in the case of Al Dura, the reaction of France 2, which ran the story, has been essentially that "everybody does it."