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Clearing the Smog: Media Err on Israeli Pollution
May 18, 2014

In a WHO report about the countries with the most air pollution, Israel, along with Peru and Lebanon, are in 24th place. So why did several Israeli media outlets report that Israel ranked 12th?
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Why Presbyterian Guide 'Hijacks the Holocaust'
May 16, 2014

 What ideological kerosene fueled the "Zionism Unsettled" guide by an agency of the Presbyterian Church USA? A CAMERA Op-Ed in The Boston Jewish Advocate and other newspapers connects the dots.
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The iCatastrophe of al-Nakba Reporting
May 15, 2014

 Reporting of "al-Nakba Day" usually fails to note to what extent the Arabs' 1948 "catastrophe" was self-imposed. A new mobile phone application, "iNakba," promises to let users take anti-Israel revisionism with them. 
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Economist's Nicolas Pelham Deceives About Christians
May 13, 2014

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.
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PCUSA Activists Promote Three Big Lies in Zionism Unsettled
May 13, 2014

In their effort to broadcast three big lies about the Arab-Israeli conflict, Presbyterian peacemakers have distorted the historical record.
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Economist Corrects: Kochav Yair Not a 'Fanatical Settlement'
May 11, 2014

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."
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CAMERA Prompts Haaretz Correction on Netanyahu Quote
May 11, 2014

 Haaretz corrects English headlines which falsely stated that Prime Minister Netanyahu stated that Israel is home only for Jews. In fact, he referred to the Jewish "nation-state," a vast difference.
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New Yorker Blog Drips with Hatred of Israel
May 9, 2014

On Yom Ha'Atzmaut, The New Yorker posted a blog lacking in journalistic merit but brimming with malice toward the Jewish State.

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CAMERA Op-Ed: The New York Times Whitewashes Palestinian Terrorism
May 7, 2014

Just before Israel's Memorial Day, when the country mourns its fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism, The New York Times featured a prominent article about Islamic Jihad, the terrorist organization responsible for hundreds of Israeli victims. A timely choice, were it not for the fact that the article included no mention  of Islamic Jihad's terror attacks or anything about its victims.
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Those Intransigent 'Moderates' of Fatah
May 6, 2014

 When the two Palestinian movements announced their newest unity pact late in April, news media distinguished 'moderate' Fatah from 'militant' Hamas. But the word The Washington Post and other outlets needed was pragmatic, not moderate.
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Haaretz Bungles Headlines on Netanyahu's Nation-State Remarks
May 5, 2014

A front-page headline in Haaretz's English edition falsely states that Netanyahu said Israel is "home" of only the Jewish people. In fact, his comments referred to the Jews' "nation-state." The difference is vast.
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Monitor Global Outlook Corrects: Jerusalem is Israel's Capital
May 4, 2014

Following communication from CAMERA staff, Monitor Global Outlook, a research service of The Christian Science Monitor, promptly corrects an erroneous reference to Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
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Cameron Strang Omits Relevant Information in the Name of Peace
May 2, 2014

Under the pretense of being pro-peace, pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli, Relevant publisher, Cameron Strang, places all the responsibility for peace between Israelis and Palestinians on the Jewish State. He makes no demands of the Palestinians.

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NY Times Corrects Photo Caption on West Bank Clash
April 30, 2014

CAMERA prompts the correction of a front-page International New York Times photo caption which incorrectly identified a Palestinian demonstration as taking place inside an Israeli settlement.
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CiF Watch Prompts Independent Correction on Israeli Arabs
April 30, 2014

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, prompts correction of a Robert Fisk article in The Independent which grossly understated the number of Israeli Arabs as "tens of thousands." In fact, there are some 1.6 million.
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More Advocacy Journalism at The New York Times
April 29, 2014

The New York Times' current post-mortem on the US-brokered Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, demonstrate yet again the abandonment of journalistic objectivity in order to blame Israel. This overtly partisan article could more aptly have been entitled "How Israel Undermined the Peace Process."
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New York Times Says Abbas ‘Vilified’ for Challenging Number of Holocaust Victims
April 28, 2014

In stating that Abbas “challenged” the fact that six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust, The New York Times' Jodi Rudoren falsely implies that there may actually have been substance to his claim.
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CAMERA Prompts Haaretz Correction on West Bank Barrier
April 28, 2014

Haaretz corrects a photo caption which wrongly identified the central Israeli city of Modi'in as next to the West Bank barrier. The error is the latest "Haaretz, Lost in Translation."
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Jihadis for Jerusalem, Journalists for Confusion
April 28, 2014

A terrorist group chooses a name that implicitly recognizes the Jews' connection to Jerusalem. Journalists consistently mistranslate the name, erasing the religious-historical link.
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World Council of Churches Corrects Letter
April 28, 2014

The World Council of Churches has removed a false statement from a letter about Palestinians in Israeli jails issued on April 17, 2014.
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LA Times Correction: SodaStream HQ Not in West Bank
April 27, 2014

 CAMERA staff prompt correction of a Los Angeles Times article which incorrectly stated that SodaStream's headquarters are located in the West Bank.
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60 Minutes Source Undermines Credibility of Segment Aired in 2012
April 25, 2014

A source who appeared in a notorious 2012 segment of 60 Minutes has stepped into the spotlight and told the truth about the treatment of Christians in Palestinian society. What will Jeff Fager, chairman of CBS News do now?
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The Facts About Hamas
April 24, 2014

News the Palestinian Authority and Hamas are to form a unity government calls for reminders about who Hamas is and why it is deemed a terrorist group.

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In Ha'aretz, Western Wall Errors, and a Correction
April 23, 2014

For the second time this month, Ha'aretz corrects an erroneous reference to the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. A separate page-one story wrongly reports that it had been a wall of the Second Temple.
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Who and What - Conspicuous Omission by The Washington Post
April 23, 2014

 Two recent Washington Post articles indicate how the newspaper continues to avoid unflattering but relevant specifics when reporting on some Muslim American advocacy groups and on repression, including physical mutilation, of women in Arab-Islamic cultures.  
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Bethlehem Conference Promotes Submissive Dhimmi Narrative
April 10, 2014

The Christ at the Checkpoint Conference that took place in Bethlehem last month indoctrinated attendees with a dhimmi narrative that maligns Israel and chides Christians for not being sufficiently loving to Islamists.

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Ha'aretz Pulls Tendentious, Plagiarized FIFA Story
April 9, 2014

Ha'aretz's English edition pulls an article after CAMERA informs editors that the piece reported as fact a disputed claim about the shooting of two Palestinians. Also, the shoddy piece was plagiarized.
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CAMERA Prompts Ha'aretz Correction on Western Wall
April 8, 2014

CAMERA prompts correction of a Ha'aretz article today which incorrectly identifies the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Temple Mount is Judaism's most sacred site.
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A False 'Admission' Begets Washington Post False Coverage
April 3, 2014

A play insinuating an Israeli massacre at Tantura in 1948, an allegation determined in court to be libelous, drew enthusiastic Washington Post coverage, again and again. But regardless of "competing narratives," art that rejects facts is inauthentic. So is journalism.  
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LA Times Bungles Talks Coverage
April 2, 2014

The Los Angeles Times leaves out a tiny detail about the three-part Kerry deal: Israel would have released 478 Palestinian prisoners. Also, the paper errs on Jerusalem building tenders.
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How The New York Times Demonizes the Israeli People
April 2, 2014

By implying that Israelis are unreasonable or unjustified in viewing the self-confessed Palestinian murderer of a Holocaust survivor as a terrorist, The Times' Jodi Rudoren demonizes the Israeli people.
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The Washington Post Delivers - An April Fools' Daily Double
April 1, 2014

Sometimes Washington Post readers must note the date of issue. April Fools' Day, 2014 provided two reports, one on Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, one on former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, with far too much tricky language.
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CAMERA Prompts Improved Coverage of Palestinian Casualties
March 31, 2014

After receiving communication from CAMERA indicating that even a Palestinian NGO didn't support the Palestinian government's claim that 60 were killed since July, Reuters refiles the story.
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Why Israel Insists on Palestinian Recognition of a Jewish State
March 25, 2014

Recent headlines and political statements have suggested that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's request for recognition as a Jewish state is a new and unnecessary requirement by Israel. Why is Israel so insistent upon it?
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Washington Post Corrects: Jerusalem is Israel's Capital
March 23, 2014

CAMERA's Washington D.C. office has prompted correction of a Washington Post article which had incorrectly identified Tel Aviv as Israel's capital. The error and correction follow:
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CAMERA Letter Corrects Washington Post on 'Tantura Massacre'
March 22, 2014

A Washington Post Arts section article managed to mislead readers about the "Tantura massacre" allegation, the nature of CAMERA, and Israeli-Palestinian fact and fiction in general. A CAMERA letter to the editor came to their rescue.
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Telos Group Promotes Anti-Zionist Narrative in Evangelical Community
March 18, 2014

The Telos Group, co-founded by Todd Deatherage, left, claims it is “genuinely pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, pro-American, and pro-peace, all at the same time.” The effect it has on how Evangelical Christians address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict says otherwise.

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Ha'aretz Corrects Jewish State Error
March 12, 2014

Now that Ha'aretz has commendably corrected the erroneous claim that Netanyahu was the first Israeli PM to demand Palestinian recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, will Reuters and The New York Times follow suit?
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Coverage of Border Deaths in Israel, US, Spain Beyond the Pale
March 11, 2014

Why does The New York Times consider a story about the shooting of a reportedly violent man at an Israeli border crossing more important that the killing of Mexican citizens near the US border or Africans near the Spanish border?
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CAMERA Calls for New York Times Corrections on "Jewish State" Issues
March 10, 2014

A recent Op-Ed by former Palestinian Authority minister Ali Jarbawi includes two factual errors: The claim that Netanyahu invented the idea that Israel should be recognized as the Jewish state, and the claim that this is a precondition to further negotiations.
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Al-Jazeera America TV News Aims Against Israel
March 5, 2014

Twisted coverage of Israel is consistent with the network's indirect connection through its owner to the creation of the Palestinian Hamas terrorist entity sworn to Israel's destruction. The CEO, aiming at the opinion makers, admits to unconcern about profits and viewer ratings.
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The Demography Argument Takes Center Stage
March 4, 2014

Both President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry cite the demographic argument to prod Israel toward an agreement to establish a Palestinian state before "the window" closes.
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Just the Facts: Stripping Down Ha'aretz Coverage on Airport Search
March 3, 2014

Ha'aretz news article describes a "he said/she said" dispute about the alleged strip search of an Israeli Arab teacher. Ha'aretz headlines and opinion pieces upgrade the disputed claim to fact.
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Abingdon Press Took a Pass on Burge's Book
March 2, 2014

When Abingdon Press, the publishing house of the United Methodist Church, took a pass on Gary Burge's book, Whose Land? Whose Promise?, it dodged a bullet.

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Ha'aretz Veers Off Course on Israel Ports Story
February 26, 2014

In the latest false media account of a supposed anti-Israel BDS victory, Ha'aretz incorrectly reports that two foreign companies withdrew from a ports tender due to boycott fears.
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The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount
February 26, 2014

Tensions over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount have escalated as Jews visit Judaism's holiest site and seek to worship there. A Knesset debate about Israel's sovereignty over the Temple Mount and violence by Muslims on the Mount have put the subject back in the news. CAMERA's backgrounder provides a history and analysis of the battle over this holy area.
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Ha'aretz Corrects: Black Students Enrolled in Herzilya Center
February 20, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts a correction in the English edition of Ha'aretz making clear that, contrary to an Op-Ed by Kobi Niv, black students are enrolled at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzilya.
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NY Times Corrects: Wrong to Call Atarot "Occupied Palestinian" Territory
February 20, 2014

After the New York Times described Atarot, a neighborhood in northern Jerusalem owned by Jews before being taken over by Jordan in 1948, as "occupied Palestinian territory," the newspaper commendably published a correction.
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Saeb Erekat's Fabrication Exposes 'Palestinian Narrative'
February 19, 2014

Saeb Erekat, the Palestinian Authority's chief negotiator and serial unreliable source, provided a useful service when he invented an 8,500-year Palestinian Arab history: He exposed the fabrications underlying "the Palestinian narrative."
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Senior IDF Official Slams Australian Report on Palestinian Minors
February 16, 2014

"Simply fictitious" said a senior Israel Defense Forces official of allegations leveled in an John Lyons' Australian "Four Corners" broadcast concerning brutal torture of Palestinian children during interrogations.
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Amira Hass, Ha'aretz Publish False Water Charges
February 15, 2014

HaaretzHa'aretz's Amira Hass has done it again, this time in a blatantly distorted article falsely claiming Israelis use three times the water that Palestinians do.
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PC(USA) Anti-Zionists Destroying Their Church by Attacking Israel
February 14, 2014

So-called "peace" activists in the Presbyterian Church (USA) have brought their church into the fever swamps inhabited by David Duke.
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The Triumph of Marketing and the Tragedy of Inaccuracy
February 14, 2014

A round-up of critiques of Ari Shavit's “My Promised Land.” As Shavit continues to promote the book, one reviewer says it “is plainly wrong on the facts and relies on a false historical interpretation to enforce its moral logic.”
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NY Times Transfers Jerusalem Land to Palestinians
February 13, 2014

The New York Times isn’t waiting for negotiations to sort out complex questions about Jerusalem. It already has all the answers — for example, that Atarot in northern Jerusalem must belong to the Palestinians. (Updated: NY Times corrects.)
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Media Maven Dangles Boycott Over Israel's Head While Israel's Economy Booms
February 12, 2014

Media mavens like Thomas Friedman warn Israel to heed boycott advocates for its own good. But a review of Israeli export data shows the Israeli economy is doing just fine.
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UPDATED: False Charge of 'Palestinian Kids in Cages' Lives On in Australian Documentary
February 11, 2014

The false accusation that Israel maintained a longstanding practice of caging Palestinian children outdoors was repeated in several media outlets before being corrected by those outlets and repudiated by multiple sources. Yet it continues to gain new life as one Israeli media outlet steadfastly refuses to set the record straight.
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"The Stones Cry Out" Misrepresents Plight of Palestinian Christians
February 11, 2014

Yasmine Perni's 2013 movie “The Stones Cry Out” allows influential and seasoned pro-Palestinian activists to present an emotionally charged, one-sided story of Palestinian Christians devoid of historical context and facts.

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Baltimore Sun CAIRs Too Much to Detail Islamic Extremism Ties
February 10, 2014

  Free publicity is one thing. Free publicity without transparency is what The Baltimore Sun gives the Maryland chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations. That means The Sun leaves readers in the dark about CAIR.
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Truman, The Jewish State, and the Decline in New York Times Standards
February 7, 2014

The New York Times twice relayed misinformation by Palestinian leaders about the meaning of last-minute edits to President Truman's letter recognizing Israel. The second time it did so, it left readers in the dark.
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Iran and The Munich Analogy
February 6, 2014

A media debate over the West's response to Iran's nuclear program and threats against Israel has raised comparisons with the 1930s and the Munich Conference.
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Al-Jazeera America Not To Be Trusted For Israel News – Example
February 5, 2014

Al-Jazeera America implied wrongly that an Israeli product (SodaStream) ad was (temporarily) cancelled from Fox Television's Super Bowl broadcast because the manufacturer operates a plant in the West Bank.
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UPDATED: UCC *NOT* Preparing Response to CAMERA’s Concerns about Book, Another Error Found
February 4, 2014

The United Church of Christ is preparing a response to CAMERA’s concerns about Gary Burge’s book, Whose Land? Whose Promise? published by Pilgrim Press. UPDATE Feb. 7, 2014: The UCC has announced that no response is forthcoming.

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NY Times Op-Ed About Anti-Israel "Propaganda War" Ignores Key Antagonist: The Times Itself
February 3, 2014

A Jan. 31 Op-Ed in The New York Times blames Israel for its supposed losses in the propaganda war against the Jewish state. A glance at other opinion pieces published that month makes clear that the newspaper itself deserves blame.
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Scarlett Johansson Stands Up to BDS Hypocrisy and Bullying
January 31, 2014

Media cover the A-lister's fallout with Oxfam over SodaStream but typically neglect key facts about BDS and its hypocritical campaign to isolate, defame and destroy Israel.
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NPR Examination of Mideast Coverage Misleads
January 28, 2014

NPR's final report about its Middle East coverage states that in late 2013 Israeli voices outweighed Palestinian voices on the air. But CAMERA's own examination finds this is not so true.
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On Op-Ed Corrections, NYT Is 1 For 3
January 28, 2014

The Times corrects Ali Jarbawi's claim that Sharon entered the Al Aqsa mosque, but has yet to correct the assertion that Israel controls all of Gaza's borders and "built a wall around Palestine."
 
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The New York Times Guide to Peace Negotiations
January 27, 2014

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  both sides’ positions.
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The New York Times Discovers "False Claims"
January 26, 2014

The New York Times seems to accept without question charges of Israeli brutality, but with other countries the paper can still muster the usual journalistic impulses to actually fact-check and doubt.
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James Zogby's "Myths" are Stubborn Facts
January 23, 2014

James Zogby accuses Israel's supporters of clinging to myths. But the examples he uses demonstrate that it is he who refuses to confront reality.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Magazine Correction on Sabra, Shatilla
January 21, 2014

CAMERA elicits a correction on an obituary for Ariel Sharon in New York Magazine which erroneously stated that Israeli soldiers carried out the killings in Sabra and Shatilla.
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The Significance of Who Attended Ariel Sharon's Funeral
January 17, 2014

Prominent among the high level representations at the funeral of Ariel Sharon were the Czech Republic and the Republic of Romania. The media took little notice, but there is a story of historical importance here.
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Wheaton College Punts on Burge's Errors, Another One Revealed
January 17, 2014

After CAMERA contacted officials at Wheaton College about its concerns with the work of Professor Gary Burge (left), the school's provost responded by stating he will take no formal action.
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From The Washington Post’s “Live Letter File”: The Falsifications of Maen Areikat
January 16, 2014

 Another year, another letter in The Washington Post by Maen Areikat, the Palestine Liberation Organization's chief U.S. representative and serial falsifier. This time Areikat invented a Middle East in which Muslims treat Christians as equals. For the facts, you have to read CAMERA's reply, rejected by The Post, here.
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5 Things to Fix in CNN's '5 Things to Know' on Sharon
January 15, 2014

Ariel SharonIn "Five Things to Know" about Ariel Sharon, CNN gets five things wrong, including his visit to the Temple Mount, the chronology of the 1967 war, Gaza's history, and more.
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Talking Points Against "Jewish State" Fall Short
January 14, 2014

AbbasTo help make sense of the debate about whether Palestinians should recognize the Jewish state, it is worth unpacking some of the talking points that have been used to defend Abbas’s refusal to do so.
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Pilgrim Press Reneges on Offer to Distribute Insert, New Problems Emerge
January 13, 2014

Pilgrim Press has rescinded its offer to distribute an insert accompanying Gary Burge's error-laden book, Whose Land? Whose Promise? The fact that the offer was made indicates that the publisher lacks confidence in the text.
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The Ideology and Rhetoric Behind the ASA Boycott
January 13, 2014

The American Studies Association votes to boycott the only Middle Eastern state that encourages vigorous and free academic debate. By blocking boycott opponents from presenting their arguments before the vote, the hypocrisy of the boycott supporters is exposed.
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CAMERA Clarifies About Reuters, Shuafat
January 12, 2014

CAMERA rescinds a correction request given that Reuters was referring to building plans in the Shuafat refugee camp and not in a separate Jerusalem neighborhood of the same name.
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With Ariel Sharon's Death, Expect the Usual Falsehoods
January 11, 2014

Ariel SharonWith the death of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon the usual media falsehoods about him, for example regarding Sabra and Shatilla, or the sparking of the second intifada, once again need to be of debunked.
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CNN's Amanpour just doesn't get it
January 10, 2014

New York Times Coverage of Incitement: A Step in the Right Direction
January 7, 2014

NY TimesAfter a press conference by Israeli officials highlighted continued Palestinian incitement, The New York Times covered the important story. CAMERA, which recently published an ad urging the newspaper to report on Palestinian hate rhetoric, considers this a step in the right direction.
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CAMERA Prompts Ha'aretz Corrections on Ethiopians' Contraception
January 5, 2014

Months after CAMERA's Israel office prompted Ha'aretz to correct coverage about Depo Provera injections for Ethiopian women, the media watchdog sets off another round of corrections at the Israeli news outlet.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction on Gaza Shortages, "Palestinian" Cities
January 2, 2014

CAMERA prompts a New York Times correction after the newspaper claimed Israeli cities are "Palestinian," blamed Israel for water, gas and electricity shortages in Gaza.
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At End of 2013, Ha'aretz Drops Ball on Depo-Provera Story
January 1, 2014

In an end of the year round up of most read articles, Ha'aretz drops the ball on the Ethiopian contraception story, repeating errors that the very same news outlet corrected back in March.
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CAMERA Prompts Washington Post Correction on Israel's Christians
January 1, 2014

CAMERA's Washington office prompts correction of a Washington Post article which erroneously referred to "the gradual disappearance of the Christian community in Israel and Palestine." Israel's Christian population is growing.
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Backgrounder on the Beduin Land Dispute
December 31, 2013

A solution to the property claims of the Negev Beduin has so far defied resolution. The media fails to provide enough historical context to understand the arguments presented by both sides of the dispute.
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Gary Burge’s Missed Opportunity
December 31, 2013

Wheaton College Professor Gary Burge was given a second opportunity to provide his readers with a reliable and trustworthy text about Israel and the Palestinians, but he threw it away.
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Top Ten Mideast Media Mangles for 2013
December 27, 2013

This year, the media have blundered all too many times in reporting on the Middle East. There were, unfortunately, countless potential “winners,” but CAMERA has identified our ten worst offenders.

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Ha'aretz Headline: Where Disputed Arab Claims Come True
December 25, 2013

For the second time in a week, a Ha'aretz headline in the English print edition reports as fact a disputed Arab claim about a fatality in Arab-Israeli violence.
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Criticism of American Studies Association (ASA) Boycott: A Roundup
December 24, 2013

The backlash against an academic boycott by the American Studies Association (ASA) has been swift and sharp. CAMERA provides a roundup.
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The Samer Issawi Test
December 24, 2013

Released Palestinian prisoner Samer Issawi is an important test case for journalists. His hunger strike continues to garner news coverage. His conviction for multiple attempts of murder, not so much.
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Reuters Simple and Wrong: Partition in Jerusalem
December 23, 2013

Reuters posits that the barrier in eastern Jerusalem has heightened partition of the city. Readers need not be confused by the contradictory fact that Arab families are moving into Jewish neighborhoods and increasing their ties to Israel.
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Bogus Bus Boycott
December 22, 2013

Haaretz was the latest media outlet to fall prey to false claims of BDS success. Veolia's move to close its bus routes in Israel was part of a business decision to globally cut transportation investments.
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George Mason University Doesn't Fall for Academic Dishonesty
December 19, 2013

George Mason University officials stood firm when a pair of anti-Israel propagandists tried to link the winter commencement speaker to 'illegal occupation' and Israel's 'apartheid wall.' American-Israeli business leader Shari Arison's talk at the Fairfax, Va. school went on, but smears against her and the Jewish state still must be exposed.
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NYT Corrects: Israel Didn't Block Installation of Scanner
December 16, 2013

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a New York Times article which erroneously reported that Israel blocked the installation of a scanner meant for Gaza exports. In fact, it was installed weeks ago and is already in use.
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Washington Post Gives Ari Shavit Undeserved 'Two-fer'
December 15, 2013

What did Washington Post columnists Sally Quinn and Richard Cohen have in common early in December? Lack of journalistic skepticism in helping Ari Shavit promote his new book that recycles false Israeli 'massacre' allegations and charges of 'nakba' dispossession. 

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Video: A Tour of New York Times Editorializing
December 13, 2013

A CAMERA video documents recent examples of blatant editorializing in The New York Times news pages. Meanwhile, new information reveals that the newspaper's slur on an Israeli minister is even more outrageous than it already seemed.
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LA Times Distorts Netanyahu's Speech on Iran
December 11, 2013

In his Saban speech, Netanyahu repeatedly called for tearing down Iran's nuclear military infrastructure.  Contrary to Los Angeles Times coverage, he did not call for shedding Iran's nuclear program at large.
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CAMERA Prompts Ha'aretz Correction on Mandela Visit
December 10, 2013

CAMERA's Israel office today prompts correction of an Op-Ed by Hebrew University political scientist Shlomo Avineri who erroneously wrote yesterday that Nelson Mandela "never visited Israel"
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