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Heinous Terrorist Killed, Washington Post Goes Easy on His Crimes
December 22, 2015

While reporting the death of terrorist Samir Kuntar, The Washington Post omits the details of one of the most infamous terrorist attacks in Israel's history.

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Unlike The Atlantic, Reuters Doesnít Meet ďMandatory MinimumĒ of Accountability
December 22, 2015

Reuters and The Atlantic stumbled in similar ways in their reports on Israel's law describing minimum punishments for stone throwers. But the two outlets couldn't have reacted more differently to calls for correction.
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Diaa Hadid, Former NGO Worker, Keeps Up Advocacy Work at New York Times
December 17, 2015

The New York Times' Diaa Hadid is at it again — promoting a Palestinian narrative where the Temple Mount has religious significance only to Muslims, where Palestinian terrorism is understated and Israeli actions blamed for the turmoil in the region. Updated with information about CAMERA success.
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Washington Post Muddies Islamic and Palestinian Terrorism Link
December 16, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu linked Islamic State terrorism with Palestinian terrorism. The Washington Post said ‘hang on, there.' Terrorists themselves supported the prime minister.
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Salon.com's Sordid Journalism
December 16, 2015

Salon.com's founders aspired to elevate the status of electronic journalism. Its recent coverage of Israel exposes how far the internet magazine has strayed from its original ideals. Its writings now reflect a tedious self-validating dogma devoid of factual accuracy.
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Haaretz: Incitement to Kidnap Soldiers is "Political Activism"
December 15, 2015

An Israeli court sentenced Palestinian MP Khalida Jarrar to 15 months in prison. Opinions are divided on the definition of her actions. Following is the definition of Haaretz's editorial board vs that of Israel's military justice system.
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NYU Law School BDS Activists Mislead Peers
December 15, 2015

In light of the warped view of Israel NYU's Law Students for Justice in Palestine tries to hoist on fellow students, it's no wonder they don't want them to see Israel for themselves.
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The Baltimore Sun Goes 'Harry Potter' on Islamic Terrorism
December 10, 2015

The Baltimore Sun—in contrast to some other print outlets—fails to name the type of terror authorities say may be responsible for the San Bernardino murders
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Ashleigh Banfield Equates Radical Islamic Terrorists and Jewish Hooligans 30+ Years Ago
December 10, 2015

On CNN's "Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield," the reporter absurdly suggests that the threat of Jewish terrorism in the U.S. is "the same thing" as the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.
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Au Contraire, Prof. Piketty: Income Inequality Does Not Cause Middle East Terrorism
December 9, 2015

Income inequality causes Middle East terrorism and it's the West fault. So says French economist Thomas Piketty, according to The Washington Post, which doesn't point out numerous historical contradictions.
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When PA Talking Points Become AP Talking Points
December 9, 2015

The inconsistencies in today's AP piece are all too consistent: Throughout, Israeli concerns are minimized as claims by "hard-liners," while Palestinian concerns are recited in the journalists voice. Facts supporting Israeli concerns are downplayed relative those preferred by Palestinian leaders.
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State Department Stenography via The Washington Post
December 7, 2015

Context is a requirement of traditional journalism. That being so, Washington Post reporting on Secretary of State John Kerry's Brookings Institution speech ranked as highly untraditional.

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After Downplaying Attacks by Palestinian Women, New York Times Corrects
December 6, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts another New York Times correction. Palestinian women attacked Israelis in Jerusalem, not only the West Bank. Also, in several cases, they not only "tried to stab," but also succeeded.
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Washington Post Confuses about 2014 Gaza War
December 2, 2015

The ‘fog of war sometimes comes with ‘the fog of journalism.’ That's when impercison undermines accuracy. Here The Washington Post obscures causes of the 2014 Hamas-Israel war in the Gaza Strip and Palestinian culpability dwindles.

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Global Youth Media Distortions, Vice News-Style
December 1, 2015

After hearing from CAMERA, Vice News corrects one aspect of an article about an Israeli bill to sentence children under 14 to jail, but errors and distortions still abound.
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'Anti-Islamophobia' Activists Goes from CAIR to ISIS via MSNBC
November 25, 2015

An ‘anti-Islamophobia activist' supported by Muslim Brotherhood spin-off CAIR reportedly makes his way from MSNBC to ISIS. Not that you'd learn about it from mainstream news media.
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Update: MSNBC Corrects Mistaken Use of a False Historical Map of Palestine
November 25, 2015

MSNBC used a series of hoax chronological maps showing an Arab "Palestine" in 1946. It corrected the error on the air, commendably.
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CAMERA Special Report: The National Iranian American Council; Tehran's Best Friend in Washington
November 24, 2015

The National Iranian American Council, a voice for Iranian Americans, or a de facto lobby for Iran's Islamic Republic? CAMERA's Special Report finds it's Tehran's best friend in Washington...and too little scrutinized.
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PBS' Tavis Smiley Hosts Anti-Israel Propagandist Rula Jebreal
November 24, 2015

PBS' Tavis Smiley, supported largely by Walmart, hosted Rula Jebreal, billed as an "award-winning journalist" but coming across as a dishonest propagandist on his Nov. 9 show. Despite her outright falsehoods and propaganda, Smiley did nothing to correct the record.
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Paris Massacres: Case Study in Washington Post Use of Terrorist or Militant
November 21, 2015

Massacres in Paris, murders in Israel: Islamist killers strike again. The Washington Post calls them terrorists. And militants. And assailants. Accuracy remains a sometime thing.
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Haaretz Corrects: Bill Doesn't Call For Jailing 12-Year-Olds
November 18, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a Haaretz editorial which falsely stated that Israeli Justice Minister Ayalet Shaked's bill calls for jailing 12-year-olds. Editors have yet to correct a headline and Op-Ed.
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Despite Promise to "Tell All Sides," Reuters Leaves Israeli Account on Cutting Room Floor
November 18, 2015

A Reuters handbook tells reporters, and promises readers, that it will "take no side, tell all sides." But apparently this doesn't apply to Israel's side of a disputed shooting.
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History Goes AWOL in Washington Post Reporting on Anti-Jewish Boycott
November 18, 2015

Reporting on the European Union's decision to stigmatize certain Israeli products with 'made in occupied territories' or 'made in Palestine [Sic.]' labels, The Washington Post failed to note 1) why Israel's in the disputed territories, 2) the E.U.'s echo of Nazi and Arab League boycotts and 3) the point of Israel officials' complaints.

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Poisonous Palestinian Propaganda Creeps Into Elementary Schools
November 18, 2015

Third graders in Ithaca, New York are exposed to anti-Israel indoctrination. Such incidents are not isolated, they are part of a broader campaign.
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Will Mart Green Come Clean about Bethlehem Movie?
November 18, 2015

Mart Green, a high-profile Evangelical philanthropist, paid for the production of a dishonest film called Little Town of Bethlehem. Will he do the right thing and disassociate himself from this ugly bit of propaganda?

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Fact-Checking a Fact Check: ThinkProgress Fails on Netanyahu "Falsehoods"
November 17, 2015

Shortly after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the Center for American Progress last week, a blog affiliated with the group purported to have found "10 falsehoods" in Netanyahu's comments. Did it?
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Jewish Agency's Yigal Palmor Slams Media Accounts of Aleppo 'Rescue'
November 17, 2015

The amazing story of the clandestine rescue of the very last remnants of Aleppo's ancient Jewish community has spread across Israeli and Jewish media outlets. The Jewish Agency's Yigal Palmor has a different story.
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LA Times Story on West Bank Demolitions: A Journalistic Wrecking Ball
November 16, 2015

A The Los Angeles Times story about Israel's demolition of homes of Palestinian terrorists takes a journalistic wrecking ball against basic facts, including the victims' names, the judge's gender, the terrorists' guilt and the measure's purpose.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction: Terrorist's Balisong Not a "Boy Scout" Knife
November 11, 2015

Two weeks after the New York Times absurdly characterized an Palestinian assailant's butterfly knife as a "Boy Scout" knife, the newspaper has removed the reference and published a correction.
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The New Yorker's Dexter Filkins Lacks Objectivity on Israeli-Palestinian Peace
November 11, 2015

A New Yorker book review presents a simplistic and facile rendition of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process -- positing that its failure is due to Israeli settlements and that the deleterious role of the Palestinians is irrelevant.
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Netanyahu Derangement Syndrome Debilitates Washington Postís Milbank
November 10, 2015

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank's an easy mark for lunatic fringe types spouting anti-Israel rhetoric through bull-horns outside the White House fence. Netanyahu derangement syndrome apparently causes him to go look for them.

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Elle, Platform for Palestinian Propaganda
November 9, 2015

Elle gives a platform to Karmah Elmusa, an admirer of Dr. Mads Gilbert, an extremist who expressed approval for the 9/11 terror attacks. Elmusa plays fast and loose with the facts, downplaying Palestinian violence.
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'Palestinian Lives Matter' Ploy Hoodwinks Washington Post Writers
November 9, 2015

“Palestinian Lives Matter” attempts to hijack a movement. Washington Post columnists fail to expose the anti-Jewish propaganda behind the ploy.

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Real Polls of Palestinian Housewives, et. al., Pass Washington Post Columnist
November 9, 2015

Analyses of Palestinian poll results have not been as encouraging as a Washington Post columnist suggests. Findings amount to an 800-pound gorilla newsrooms ignore.

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As Zoabi Calls for New "Intifada," NY Times Again Downplays Incitement
November 4, 2015

Not long after extremist Knesset member Haneen Zoabi called for Palestinian lone-wolf stabbings to be expanded into a new intifada, the New York Times claimed that she and her fellow Arab MKs have "opposed" violence.
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Updated: New York Times: Journalism of Few Facts
October 28, 2015

On Jerusalem stabbings,The New York Times' Jodi Rudoren buries the evidence and facts under a pile of competing Israeli and Palestinian claims. She ignores MSNBC footage which confirms the Israeli account and completely belies the Palestinian "narrative."
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AFP Corrects Captions on Islam's, Judaism's Holiest Sites
October 27, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of AFP captions which misidentified the holiest sites in two major religions. The Al-Aqsa mosque is the third holiest site in Islam, not the most sacred. The Temple Mount, not the Western Wall, is Judaism's most sacred site.
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AFP Photo Captions Holy Wrong
October 26, 2015

AFP captions err on the most sacred sites for two of the major world religions:  Islam and Judaism. Other captions obscure Palestinian attacks, referring to "violence between Palestinians, Israeli forces and Jewish settlers."
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Washington Post Slams Israel—Opinions not Worth Paper Theyíre Printed On
October 25, 2015

Two Washington Post commentaries savaged Israel on the same day. Superficial, hysterical and slanderous—absolutely unlike Post opinion columns about Palestinian Arabs. Anything to avoid analyzing Palestinian incitement and murder.
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Bibi, the Mufti, and the Media
October 23, 2015

Grand MuftiPrime Minister Netanyahu is being criticized for saying in a speech that the first Palestinian leader, Haj Amin el-Husseini, known as the Grand Mufti, had given Hitler the idea of exterminating the Jews. But the criticism can't erase the facts: the Mufti was a Nazi war criminal who got away with mass murder.
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The Mufti and Hitler—Two of a Kind, J Street Notwithstanding
October 23, 2015

J Street took to the pages of USA Today, minimizing the important role of Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini and Palestinian Arabs in the Holocaust while it criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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NPRís Emily Harris Interviews Jerusalem Stabbing Victims in Powerful Segment
October 22, 2015

NPR's International Correspondent Emily Harris investigated the suffering endured by the victims and their families of knife and gun attacks that have taken place in Israel and the West Bank in the past few weeks. The result was a powerful and moving segment.

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New York Times Trips on Holy Site, Palestinian Fatalities
October 21, 2015

The New York Times incorrectly identifies the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Temple Mount holds that distinction. It also wrongly states four Palestinians were killed in clashes. Of the four Palestinian fatalities, three died attacking Israelis.
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Vice News Compares Murdering Jews to Skateboarding Accidents
October 21, 2015

Is it possible to get just about everything regarding Palestinian incitement over Temple Mount and related terrorist attacks against Israeli Jews flippantly wrong in one article? Yes, if you write for Vice News and your name is Sam Kriss.

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Washington Post Obscures the Obvious—Palestinian Hatred of Jews
October 21, 2015

When it came time to cover the causes of Palestinian knife, car, gun and meat cleaver attacks on Jews in Jerusalem and elsewhere, The Washington Post tied itself in knots to avoid reporting the news straight out.
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CAMERA Prompts New York Times Correction on Western Wall, Temple Mount
October 21, 2015

After CAMERA informed editors that the newspaper incorrectly characterized the Western Wall, and not the Temple Mount, as the holiest site in Judaism, the newspaper published a correction.
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J Street Echoes Iran's Best Friend in Washington
October 21, 2015

J Street joined the pro-Tehran National Iranian American Council in cheering Congress' support of the Iran nuclear deal. CAMERA's Washington Jewish Week Op-Ed highlights the groups' connections.
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"Desperation" to Rationalize Murder
October 20, 2015

On NPR's On Point, Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua's promoted the flawed narrative that desperation is the cause of the current wave of violence, and epitomized the errors of fact and analysis that are part of that view.
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NBC Corrects: Netanyahu Didn't Spread False Information on Pisgat Zeev Victim
October 20, 2015

Following CAMERA action, NBC News walks back a central allegation in an article which posited that both sides – but more so the Israeli side – is guilty of spreading misinformation concerning the Pisgat Ze'ev attack.
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USA Todayís ĎSlingshots and Sandwichesí Romanticizes Palestinian Violence
October 19, 2015

USA Today romanticizes Palestinian violence. That can happen when stringers with anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian histories play the role of foreign correspondent.

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Are Israelis Allowed to Defend Themselves?
October 19, 2015

knivesAfter numerous deadly Palestinian attacks against Israelis, PA leader Mahmoud Abbas seems to be outraged that in self-defense Israelis sometimes kill their attackers. Does he believe that successful self-defense somehow unjustly denies Palestinians their rights?
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NPR Correspondent Emily Harris Humanizes Attackers, Ignores Victims (UPDATED)
October 19, 2015

NPR Correspondent Emily Harris has worked to humanize the perpetrators of recent attacks in Jerusalem, but has largely ignored the victims. Is this a harbinger of more bias to come? UPDATED Oct. 22, 2015.
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Baltimore Sun Editorial Calls Israel 'Apartheid' State
October 18, 2015

A Baltimore Sun editorial on Palestinian attacks smears Israel as ‘apartheid.' Factual errors, false moral equivalence yield journalistic breakdown.

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The New York Times, the "Newspaper of Broken Record"
October 18, 2015

NY TimesJodi Rudoren's  "East Jerusalem, Bubbling Over With Despair" is yet another tiresome example of the New York Times whitewashing Palestinian terrorism, omitting material facts, and just generally getting the story wrong about Israel and about the Palestinians.
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NBC Can't Be Sure, Assailant Ahmed Manasrah, 13, Could Be Innocent
October 18, 2015

First there was The New York Times article questioning whether the Jewish temples stood on the Temple Mount. Then came the NBC article claiming that it really is unknown whether or not 13-year-old Ahmed Manasrah stabbed Israelis.
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'Israel defending itself': CAMERA's Washington Times Letter
October 16, 2015

A Washington Times report about recent Palestinian attacks in Israel downplayed incitement to violence. It also quoted without factual rebuttal a Palestinian spokesman alleging an Israeli “culture of hate.” CAMERA's letter set the record straight.

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LA Times Corrects Headline, Article on Palestinian Terrorism
October 14, 2015

Following a complaint from CAMERA, The Los Angeles Times amends a headline which grossly whitewashed Palestinian terrorism, depicting the perpetrators as victims. The paper also corrects that two, not one, Israeli civilians were stabbed Saturday.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction: Occupation is not "Illegal"
October 14, 2015

After correspondence between CAMERA staff and New York Times journalists, the newspaper corrected an inaccurate passage claiming Israel's presence in the Golan Heights and West Bank is an "illegal" occupation.
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CNN Dances Around Palestinian Violence, Refuses to Identify Culprits
October 14, 2015

Double standards abound in a CNN article which dismally fails to identify the perpetrators and victims of the Palestinian terror attacks against Israeli Jews. Palestinian perpetrators are "men" and "people," and Israeli victims "people" and "passengers."

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Wave of Palestinian Violence Accompanied by Spate of Bad Writing
October 14, 2015

knife in handAs terror attacks continue to shake Israel, journalists and headline writers seem to be doing their best to obscure the reality of the Palestinian stabbings, and even to cast attackers as victims of arbitrary Israeli violence.
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Euronews Corrects Headline Which Blurred Terrorists, Victims
October 13, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a misleading euronews headline which depicts Palestinian terrorists as victims.
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Media Silent on Palestinian Leadersí Incitement to Violence
October 13, 2015

As Palestinian leaders wielding falsehoods, and in some cases brandishing knives, exhort their people to stab, stone, run down, burn, axe and butcher Jews in Israel and around the world, mainstream news media overwhelmingly neglect to report the content, pervasiveness and impact of this incitement, making them little better than accomplices in the resulting violence.
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Palestinians Attack Israelis, Fox News Reporter Blames the Victims
October 13, 2015

Conor PowellReporting on the recent spate of deadly Palestinian attacks against Israelis, Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter Conor Powell twists the facts, presenting a purely Palestinian narrative.
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The Presbyterian Churchís Enduring False Witness
October 13, 2015

The Presbyterian Church USA has been a persistent source of anti-Israel propaganda, much of it produced by the Israel Palestine Mission Network of the PCUSA, an organization created by the denomination's 2004 General Assembly.

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NPR Host Misses Anti-Israel Hate In 140 Characters or Less
October 12, 2015

Would an NPR interviewer treat a racist or misogynist with kid gloves? No. An antisemite? Yes, especially one called “professor,” and recently.
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Palestinian Activist Given Platform, Money to Spew Hate in Cambridge, MA
October 12, 2015

The Friends Meeting House in Cambridge, Mass., allowed Bassam Tamimi to appear at its venue last week. During his talk, Tamimi declared all of Israel a settlement. He also blamed Israel for the rise of ISIS.
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The Temple, the Times and the BDS Supporter
October 10, 2015

New York TimesAfter deadly Palestinian attacks against Israelis triggered by false claims that Israel is threatening the al-Aqsa Mosque, the New York Times published a mostly mangled history of the situation and of the Temple Mount, relying in part on an "expert" who is also an outspoken supporter of boycotting Israel.
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LA Times Corrects Caption That Downplayed Har Nof Atrocity
October 9, 2015

An erroneous Los Angeles Times caption minimized Ghassan Abu Jamal's heinous 2014 crime as "attacking a religious school," ignoring his multiple murder victims in Har Nof. The amended caption notes he killed five Israelis in a Jerusalem synagogue.
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NYT Veers From Downplaying Palestinian Terrorism — But Only Online
October 7, 2015

Amidst mounting Palestinian terrorism against Israeli civilians, Times correspondent Isabel Kershner presents a thoughtful, first-hand account by an Israeli survivor of a Palestinian terror attack. This regrettably rare insight was excluded from the newspaper's print edition.
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Who Is Assailant? Who Is Victim? Times of Israel Corrects Headline
October 7, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a Times of Israel headline which confounded the assailant with the victim. A Palestinian mob threw rocks at the car of an Israeli woman and tried to drag her from the vehicle. Israeli bystanders shot one of her attackers.
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In Article on Disputed Burial, NY Times Buries Palestinian Violence
October 6, 2015

In a story about Fadi Alon, "shot dead the dead . . . by the Israeli police," The New York Times once again buries Palestinian violence. Only in the fourteenth paragraph does The Times note that police shot Alon after he stabbed an Israeli.
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Times of Israel Clarifies: Israeli Did Not Shoot Palestinian Boy
October 6, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a Times of Israel headline and article which charged: "Palestinian child said shot by Israeli driver in West Bank." The new headline reads: "Palestinian child shot while playing with gun."

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Israel Bars Palestinian Arabs from Old City, Washington Post Bars Readers from Understanding Why
October 5, 2015

When Israel temporarily barred Palestinian Arabs' access to Jerusalem's Old City, The Washington Post blocked readers from really understanding why.
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Rocks Attack Cars, 'Violence Spikes' but Palestinian Arabs not Responsible
October 5, 2015

This just in: Rocks attack cars, “violence spikes.” But when Jews die Arabs aren't responsible. Media continued to hide Palestinian culpability with depersonalized headlines.
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Abbas in U.N. Wonderland; Media Miss Cheshire Cat
October 2, 2015

Alice in Wonderland, Mahmoud Abbas at the United Nations. News media didn't quite get the connection.

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C-SPANís Biased Washington Journal Call Handling Starts With Screening
September 30, 2015

Washington Journal's call-screening process seems to protect ethnic/religious/national groups – except Jews and/or Israel – from hostile if not bigoted remarks.
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CAMERA Prompts LA Times Headline Correction on Israeli Use of Live Fire
September 29, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times headline which falsely claimed "Israel will allow police to fire live ammunition at protesters," as if the cabinet's decision enabled the use of live fire on those waving flags and shouting slogans.
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Chicago Public Media Bombards Listeners with Max Blumenthal Falsehoods
September 28, 2015

Max Blumenthal has a long history of spreading falsehoods and fabricating quotes. So when Chicago Public Media's NPR-affiliate WBEZ allowed Blumenthal an extended and virtually uninterrupted platform, it should have known its listeners would be lied to.
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Palestinian Groups Ahead of ISIS in Destroying Antiquities
September 25, 2015

The Islamic State's (ISIS) destruction of pre-Islamic Middle Eastern antiquities is nothing new. Palestinian Arabs have been doing the same to Jewish sites for years—but without drawing news coverage like ISIS.

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Yet More Lies from Presbyterian Peacemakers
September 22, 2015

For the past few years, the Presbyterian Church USA has sold a dishonest booklet produced by the Israel Palestine Mission Network. Will the church's leaders act?
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AFP Corrects Caption: Bombed Gaza Site Was Hamas Base
September 21, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction today of an AFP photo caption which omitted the essential fact that the pictured Gaza site, bombed during an Israeli airstrike, was a Hamas training camp.
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Incitement over Temple Mount Leads to Palestinian Violence, Again
September 16, 2015

Mahmoud Abbas and Palestinian Authority media incite Temple Mount violence. News coverage misses old and deadly pattern.

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New Year, Same Old New York Times Bias
September 16, 2015

Update Below: The NYT corrects various errors after CAMERA communication with editors. Times coverage of violence in Jerusalem got off to a bad start with a headline falsely placing the lethal attack on Alexander Levlovich in the West Bank. In a second falsehood, Diaa Hadid alleges police entered Al Aqsa mosque.
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Newsweek Corrects: Israeli Police Did Not Enter Mosque
September 16, 2015

 In a correction of a headline which falsely states that Israeli troops "storm Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque," Newsweek editors make clear that the police did not enter the mosque. Meanwhile, The New York Times has yet to correct the identical falsehood.
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Grudging AP Clarification on Israel's Christians Falls Short
September 11, 2015

A Sept. 6 AP story claimed the Christian population in Israel and the disputed territories has "shrunk" in recent decades. A subsequent clarification acknowledged growth of the population since 1948 but offered more obfuscation.

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Shock Chart: NYT Singles Out Jews
September 11, 2015

In apparent fury that some Jewish Democrats oppose the Iran deal, The New York Times resorted to listing Jewish lawmakers by religion and voting pattern. (Updated)
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Al-Jazeera Top Official Obfuscates the Truth on C-SPAN Call-in Show
September 10, 2015

C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program aired what amounted to an infomercial for Qatar’s Al-Jazeera America network in an August 27 segment featuring Al-Jazeera top official Mostefa Souag.
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Haaretz Retracts Conspiracy Theory About Syrian Patients in Israel
September 9, 2015

Following communication from CAMERA, Haaretz's English edition retracts the baseless conspiracy theory, appearing yesterday in Zuher Andrawous's Op-Ed, that Israel receives payment from Gulf States for the treatment of Syrian patients.
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'Hitler Sometimes Takes a Nap' and Other New York Times Insights
September 9, 2015

The New York Times whitewash of Hitler in a 1939 magazine article has to be read to be believed, with its emphasis on how "Hitler sometimes takes a nap" and "Hitler can be a good listener." Still today, puff pieces about violent anti-Jewish extremists, albeit subtler ones, continue to be published.
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Thanks to the Blumenthals, a Hoax Quote on HillaryĀ's Summer Reading List
September 4, 2015

Max Blumenthal misquotes Chaim Weizmann. That's no surprise. It is more alarming, though, when the extremist's misinformation appears in Hillary Clinton's inbox.
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Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism Tarnish Desmond Tutu's Nobel Peace Prize
September 2, 2015

When Archbishop Desmond Tutu's in the news, his Nobel Peace Prize is mentioned. His anti-Zionism and antisemitism usually are not. Such omissions paint a misleading portrait.

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Iran's Larijani with CNN's Amanpour: Referendum for "All People" or "Elimination of Israel"?
September 2, 2015

The speaker of the Iranian Parliament misrepresented his country's eliminationist views toward Israel during his appearance on CNN, but elsewhere the Supreme Leader has been clear on his plan to annihilate the Jewish state.
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Telegraph and Daily Mail Retreat From Tamimis' Latest "Pallywood"
August 30, 2015

Ahed Tamimi aka Shirley TemperThe UK Telegraph and Daily Mail retreat from a story about alleged Israeli brutality towards a Palestinian child, recognizing that the players in question have a history of manipulating journalists in Nabi Saleh.
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Phyllis Bennis Mendaciously Bashes Israel on C-SPAN While Promoting ISIS Book
August 29, 2015

Phyllis Bennis (activist anti-Zionist Jew) bashes Israel while promoting her new book on C-SPAN purporting to explain what drives ISIS terrorists. But her explanation omits the most critical factor. Her blame-Israel rhetoric is easily refuted.
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AP Corrects: Holy See Not Signed On to Palestinian Flag Proposal at U.N.
August 27, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of an AP article which wrongly identified the Holy See with a Palestinian proposal to have the Palestinian and Vatican flags raised at U.N. headquarters. In fact, the Holy See requested that any mention of the Vatican be removed. 
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CAMERA Analyst on WSJ Video Discusses Reggae, Anti-Semitism, and Spain
August 27, 2015

MatisyahuA CAMERA research analyst discusses BDS's targeting of American-Jewish performer Matisyahu in a segment on Wall Street Journal video.
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What Do Israeli Christians, Druze and Bedouin Think About the Jewish State?
August 27, 2015

Non-Jewish Israeli leaders and citizens alike agree that: “Israel, the sole country in the region that offers Israeli Christians and minorities protection and rights, is really worth fighting for.”
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Praise for Carter Ignores Ex-President's Anti-Israel Obsession
August 26, 2015

Jimmy Carter's reaction after a diagnosis of brain cancer won renewed notice of his humanitarian work. Not so for his anti-Israel animus, chronic errors on Arab-Israeli matters and Arab financial support.

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Did Avi Dichter Call For Separate Roads for Jews, Arabs? Haaretz Corrects
August 24, 2015

To bolster the apartheid canard, Haaretz's Bradley Burston falsely alleged that MK Avi Dichter called for separate roads for Jews and Arabs. CAMERA prompts correction of the "Jewish-only roads" fallacy, again. 

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