We are tracking media coverage of the Israeli-Hamas conflict and noting misinformation, developments, and more.
With Israel and Hamas at war, conflicting, confusing, and misinformed reports are spreading quickly. Here are some major storylines that need a bit of clarification.
The attack in Jordan is the most recent escalation of tension and violence in the Middle East. Outlets across the spectrum are speculating about the likelihood of America being pulled into a wider war.
2023 leaves many unanswered questions. However, it’s not always as simple as real versus fake or true versus false.
Campus codes at private colleges and universities seek to resolve the conflict between the right to speak freely and the educational mission of the institution. The ham-handed and over-legalistic responses by the three university presidents show how this attempt to balance speech and safety can create confusion, conflict and the opportunity for selective enforcement decisions based on academic fashion, not values of free and open debate.
In this iteration of our common ground series, we will explore common ground on the Isreali-Palestinian conflict, one of the most polarizing issues on the planet.
Officials struck an 11-hour agreement on Wednesday to extend the ceasefire an additional day. Will it be extended again?
The emotions evoked by this war understandably provide for some pretty contentious interactions between those who are not directly affected by the war, let alone those who have family connections or have lived in the region. Something we’re not seeing–or seeing as often–however, are constructive conversations from those with differing perspectives about the current conflict taking place.
Biden's re-election campaign believes that the twin threats of Trump and abortion restrictions will ultimately inspire progressive rebels to come back into the fold, but the protestors do not appear to be especially concerned that their efforts could return the GOP frontrunner to the White House.
From the Center It’s been almost 40 years since Washington accomplished anything of significance on immigration policy. Over the course of a generation, the crisis has continued to worsen, but partisan-fueled paralysis has prevented any real progress from happening. That may be about to...
It’s entirely possible that by next November, analysts could look back at the Israel-Hamas war as a key contributing factor in Biden’s defeat.
As chaos continues in Gaza, media outlets are under an increased level of scrutiny to accurately report on the crisis
Polarized language obscures nuanced perspectives on the Israel-Hamas conflict by framing empathy for victims as support for the worst actions of the leaders and militaries associated with them.
Like many of Israel’s strongest supporters here in the U.S., in Israel and around the world, I allowed myself to be lulled into a false sense of security as to the prospects for peace in the Middle East.
News media covered Hamas' surprise attack on Israel and subsequent events differently. AllSides analyzed several outlets from the left and right to uncover how outlets are covering the attack on Israel and those that committed it differently.
Hamas' surprise attack on Israeli military installations and civilians is dividing media voices and threatening to upend geopolitical efforts in the Middle East.
A little over a year out from the 2024 election, President Biden faces three major crises. If he is re-elected, it will not be because he fixed them, but because he convinced voters that the Republicans’ shortcomings are even worse.
The Washington Post (Lean Left bias) recently ran a profile of Palestinian group al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, labeled a terrorist organization by the U.S. and Israel.
The violence between Israel and Hamas militants continued this week as the two trade rocket attacks and airstrikes along the Gaza Strip. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he is "determined to continue" operations in Gaza despite a phone call from President Joe Biden Wednesday...