CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of an Economist feature which wrongly reported that Arabic music was banned from Israeli radio for several decades.
An Economist article on Israel's declaration of state land is characteristically harsh on Israel and employs inappropriate terminology.
Days before Pope Francis' arrival, Haaretz takes the highly irregular step of republishing an Op-Ed that appeared earlier this month. While some revisions were made to Nicolas Pelham's piece, basic deceptions remain about the Holy Land's Christians.
CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted correction in The Economist which falsely identified the Israeli town of Kochav Yair. It is neither "fanatical," nor is it a "settlement."
CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a rare correction at the Economist on an article which incorrectly reported on American Jewish views on Israel and Iran.
Editors of the British news magazine The Economist have flouted their Journalist Code of Practice and shown their complete contempt for readers with a derisive letter refusing to correct an article's distortions and misinformation.
In a May 4th article in print and online, The Economist inverts the facts, casting a Palestinian attempt to take over land in the West Bank by erecting illegal structures as an Israeli land grab.
Instead of investigating activist claims that the building in E1 bisects the West Bank and cuts off access to Jerusalem, much of the media has simply echoed the false accusations.
The Economist depicts Bedouin resettlement to cities as akin to land expropriation. The article fails to adequately consider the real problems of population expansion, modernization and limited land space.
The Economist falsely equates Palestinian grievances with Israel with the demands for more democracy by restive populations of Arab states.