Hackers are targeting Israeli websites and those of pro-Israel groups this week
Just a few hours ago we were laughing about BBC bias... now we're not so sure we can keep laughing...
A U.N. report indicates that a stray Palestinian rocket, not an Israeli airstrike, likely killed the baby of a BBC reporter during fighting in the Hamas-ruled territory last November
BBC reporting on the Middle East is no longer even biased, it's just a joke...
Hamas may continue to wave the banners, pretending to “win” each and every military conflict against the “Zionist entity” but Israel, for its part, shouldn’t mind “losing” them all
Raheem Kassam, Christian May and Dr. James Boys discuss the hot topics of the week
Do we have too much time on our hands?
Only when Palestinians in the vast majority value the treasure of life more and abandon their hate for the Jewish democratic state will lasting peace be an option
BBC News Anchor Mishal Husain lambasts Jerusalem Post correspondent in pro-Hamas rant
'Moral superiority', that’s the key to understanding the left’s support for Hamas
The general consensus is that the BBC has been fairly impartial this time around, if we disregard their Middle East correspondents that is. Which is hard to do when the conflict is.... in the Middle East
Other than a possible improvement in support from Palestinians and some bragging rights in questionable circles, it is hard to see what, if anything, Hamas got out of the past week
Lauren Booth has accused Israel of bombing its own citizens this morning on the Tel Aviv bus
Much has been made of a potential Israeli ground invasion into Gaza, but the Tel Aviv bus bomb is a game changer
The BBC's Gaza correspondent has set the Twittersphere ablaze over the past week. But not for the right reasons
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