Peace Process & Initiatives

Obama Gets It Wrong on Israeli ‘Settlements’

In remarks that were uncritically disseminated by several news outlets, former President Obama defended his decision not to veto United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334 on the grounds that settlements were rapidly expanding. Yet, the truth is otherwise, as CAMERA noted in The Daily Caller.

CAMERA Op-Ed: An Overlooked Legacy of Arab Rejectionism

While the media fixates on embassy locations, it routinely ignores the long history of Arab rejectionism of a Jewish state in the Jewish people's ancestral homeland, CAMERA notes in The Washington Jewish Week.

How the NY Times Colors International Diplomacy on Jerusalem, Peace Plans

A recent New York Times piece quoted one Israeli speaking in support of formal US recognition of Israel's capital. And it quoted a PLO member, two Fatah leaders, two Hamas leaders, a Hamas statement, Palestinian Jerusalem resident, an Israeli NGO worker, and two former diplomats criticizing the move.

NPR Skews the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

NPR journalists are once again flouting their media outlet's ethical guidelines and delivering an inaccurate, incomplete and skewed version of the news about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

The Washington Post’s Missing Peace

The Washington Post repeatedly omits Palestinian rejectionism and fails to report on internal Palestinian affairs. Instead, the paper inordinately focuses on Jewish houses in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria).

CAMERA Op-Ed: The New York Times Guide to Peace Negotiations

Whether discussing Palestinian demands or Israeli demands, Palestinian rejection of Israeli positions or Israeli rejection of Palestinian positions, the newspaper identifies the same party as the obstacle to successful peace talks — Israel. Compare ;how the newspaper reports the positions of each side.