Media Report Cards

Grading Accuracy in News Coverage
of Israel and Palestine

Beginning in 2003, If Americans Knew began issuing report cards to newspapers across the country on their coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Given that the media have a desire and a responsibility to cover this topic accurately, we provide these reports in the hope that our analyses can assist them in this goal.

In addition, we are making these reports public, as a way to help readers evaluate for themselves the reliability of their sources of information on this issue.

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Featured Links in This Section

Letting AP in on the Secret:
Israeli Strip Searches

AP Reveals Israeli Censorship,
Says It Will Abide By Rules

Mondoweiss, Chapter One
Blogging about Israel and Jewish identity raises Observer hackles

BBC's coverage of Israeli-Palestinian conflict 'misleading'

Nonviolent Palestinian Resistance

The Coverage—and Non-Coverage— of Israel-Palestine

New York Times Distortion:
Up Close and Personal

Epiphany in Beit Jala

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Resources

Short Movie: AP Erased Footage of Palestinian Boy Being Shot – Watch Online!

AUPHR Report – Accuracy in Oregonian Coverage of the Palestine / Israel Conflict

FAIR Report – The Illusion of Balance

Book – Bad News from Israel

Leaked Document: Israeli Communications Priorities 2003

Related Organizations

PM Watch

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

American Hummus


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