NOW. Bill Moyers starting hosting this show on PBS TV in Winter, 2002. Moyers first came to Washington as Lyndon Johnson's press secretary. He went on to beome one of the US's most respected journalists. (He once did a whole documentary about the great spiritual, Amazing Grace). David Brancaccio now hosts the program.
Amy Goodman's Democracy Now . Radio program broadcast via Pacifica Network. One of a kind in America broadcast journalism. Listen especially to an amazing interview conducted by Goodman on July 1, 2002 with Hanan Ashwari and Rami Elhanan. Ashwari is a respected Palestinian legislator. Elhanan is an Israeli peace activist whose 14 year old daughter was murdered in a suicide bombing in 1997. (You will need RealPlayer to play the downloaded interview file.)
Ha'aretz: Respected lsraeli daily. Their News Flash banner reports the very latest developments. Israeli journalism represents many more views than the US press. On the political spectrum, Ha'aretz seems to me rather like the New York Times. At present they continue to show a lot of courage, as their correspondent, Amira Haas, is still trying to report out of Ramallah.
The Electronic Intifada: online information center by Palestinian diaspora. Founded by a Dutch-Palestinian and a Scotsman, among others.
The Jerusalem Post: Another major Israeli paper. In general, less critical than Haaretz of Israeli government policies, and less reporting of Palestinian narratives & perspectives, or developments in Palestinian civil society.
http://jerusalem.indymedia.org/ Reporting Palestinian views from on the ground in West Bank. Even offers phone numbers of "witnesses" in Bethlehem, the languagues they speak, and who might be able to offer translations.
Dawn Pakistan's great English-language daily. On a lucky day their Op/Ed page features a wide range of world-class opinion, such as the voices of Henry Kissinger and Arundati Roy.
Al Jazeera: Millions in the Middle East are watching this station. Here's a collection of some past photos. This is hard viewing, but essential if we are to understand exactly what war costs ALL sides.
Children in warzones: 2006 Israeli-Hezbollah-Lebanese conflict
Rabbis for Human Rights "The rabbinic voice of conscience in Israel." Membership include rabbis from every faction, from Orthodox to Reform.