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Two Takes on Netanyahu's Speech in the Boston Globe
March 6, 2015

Boston Globe columnists Joan Vennochi and Michael Cohen offer very different opinions on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.
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Israel Seems to Irritate USA Today Columnist, Repeatedly
March 5, 2015

USA Today columnist and journalism school dean DeWayne Wickham's objectivity slips when it comes to Israel's prime minister. And Israel. And its supporters.
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Saeb Erekat -- Highly Visible, Highly Unreliable
March 4, 2015

Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat is a news media favorite. CAMERA's Washington Jewish Week Op-Ed caught Al-Jazeera America letting Erekat do what he does chronically—fabricate.

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AFP Sets Record Straight on Gaza Flooding
March 1, 2015

Following communication from CAMERA, AFP retracts its video claiming that a "Gaza village flooded as Israel opens dam gates," and publishes a comprehensive article on the "shattering" of a "Palestinian myth."
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In Coverage of Banksy's Erroneous Gaza Video, There's No Such Thing as Bad Publicity
February 27, 2015

Most coverage of a propaganda video about Gaza by graffiti-artist Banksy appeared more like the work of publicists and less like the work of journalists, who are expected to apply skepticism before echoing dubious claims.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction, Raises Question, on Netanyahu Speech
February 26, 2015

After correspondence with CAMERA staff, The New York Times has corrected an error about Benjamin Netanyahu UN presentation about the timeline of Iranian nuclear capabilities.
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Haaretz Corrects Headlines on Unruly Israir Passengers
February 25, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of English headlines in Haaretz which misidentified unruly Israeli Israir passengers as violent and Bulgarian.

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Al Jazeera Retracts Gaza Flood Article, Publishes Correction
February 25, 2015

Two days after CAMERA contacted Al Jazeera about its inaccurate claim that Israel opened dams and flooded Gaza, the broadcaster retracted an online article and published a correction.
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IVP Publishing Houses Promote Anti-Zionism
February 25, 2015

IVP, a conglomerate of two publishing houses in the United States and the United Kingdom, has published a number of books promote anti-Judaism and a distorted view of the Jewish state.

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Gaza Flood Libel Updates: AFP and Al Jazeera
February 24, 2015

AFP pulls a video which falsely accused Israel of flooding Gaza by opening dams, and the French agency, along with Al Jazeera, issue reports casting the false Palestinian charge as a "he said/she said" dispute. So far, neither has corrected.
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The Associated Press Demonstrates Its Bias Against Israel
February 24, 2015


An Associated Press analysis piece alleged that Israeli air strikes on homes overwhelmingly victimized civilians. But the study's data sample and methodology were flawed and the authors ignored a study contradicting their allegations.
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Who Is (Not) Responsible for Gaza Flooding, "The Jews" or "Israel"? AFP Takes Liberties With Quotation
February 24, 2015

Not only did AFP produce an inaccurate report on Gaza flooding, they also prettied up a quotation so that a Palestinian man complaining about "the Jews" was quoted only speaking about Israelis.
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AFP Lies, Dam Lies and Floods
February 23, 2015

AFP has trouble passing up on a juicy story, however flimsy, accusing Israel of wrongdoing. The latest accuses Israel of flooding Gaza by opening dams. Only, there are no dams that can be opened in southern Israel.

Update: AFP's video has been pulled from websites; still no correction.
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CAMERA Prompts USA Today Correction on Israeli Arabs
February 22, 2015

USA Today editors commendably correct an article which had overstated Israel's Arab population as 30 percent. The figure is just over 20 percent.
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The Death of Adele Biton and The New York Times’ Justification of Lopsided Reporting
February 20, 2015

On Feb. 17, 4-year-old Adele Biton died as a result of complications of pneumonia. Two years earlier she was critically injured in a Palestinian stone-throwing attack and had never fully recovered. But when NYT correspondent Jodi Rudoren wrote a nearly 2000-word front page feature on Palestinian stone-throwers, she found no room to mention the attack that maimed the toddler. In an interview following Adele's death, Rudoren defends her lopsided reporting.
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A Palestinian Jesus for Palestinian Victimhood
February 17, 2015

Western Christians need to be aware that when they hear appeals for support for suffering Palestinian Christians, the leaders promoting these appeals have rewritten the biblical text for religiously inspired political purposes.
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CAMERA Prompts New York Times Correction on Palestinian Cartoonist
February 12, 2015

After correspondence with CAMERA's Israel office, The New York Times corrects an article that had initially claimed Mahmoud Shabaaneh was arrested by Israel for publishing cartoons.
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A Convict's Tall Tale is All That's Fit to Print
February 5, 2015

Feb. 12 update: The newspaper has published a correction.

After a Palestinian was charged and convicted of transferring funds to Hamas, he and his supporters insisted he was arrested for drawing anti-Israel cartoons. The New York Times apparently prefers that version, and didn't bother pointing out that even the cartoonist's lawyer has been open about the actual charges.
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The New York Times Rewritten
February 4, 2015

The bias in New York Times news coverage is a routine occurrence, appearing both in obvious ways, for example, with factual distortions, and in more subtle ways, with reporters coloring news stories with opinion. CAMERA has rewritten some of these passages to present a more objective and factual version.
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NY Times Corrects: Thousands, Not Hundreds, of Rockets Targeted Israel During War
February 3, 2015

After an exchange of messages between CAMERA and The New York Times, the paper published a correction indicating that Palestinian "militants" fired thousands of rockets into Israel during last summers war, and not, as recently claimed, hundreds.
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The AMIA Attack: Terrorism, Cover-Up and the Implications for Iran
February 1, 2015

The mysterious killing of Argentinian Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman is the latest thread in a sordid and tangled web of crime, intrigue, corruption and cover-up that has marked efforts to prosecute those responsible for Argentina's deadliest terror attack, the 1994 bombing of the Jewish community center. Nisman's thorough exposure of Iran's leadership role in this and other terror attacks underscore the threat that Iran presents to the world.
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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed on Israel, Iran Draws CAMERA Correction
January 30, 2015

An Op-Ed by a former Baltimore Sun foreign correspondent on the invitation to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to the U.S. Congress about Iran's nuclear program suffered from Israel derangement syndrome. A CAMERA letter to the editor provided an antidote.
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CAMERA Prompts Correction of NY Times Reference to 1967 'Border with Palestine'
January 28, 2015

CAMERA staff prompt correction of a New York Times news article Friday which erroneously referred to Israel's "1967 borders with Palestine." In 1967, of course, there was no country, territory, or entity called Palestine.
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Kobi Niv Dubs All Israelis Racist, Misses Praise for Lassana Bathily
January 27, 2015

"[T]he truth is that we are a racist country, from the prime minister on down to the grassroots citizen," opines Tal Niv in Haaretz, castigating Israelis for their supposed lack of praise for Lassana Bathily, the black Muslim immigrant who saved Jews during the Paris attack.
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New Iran Sanctions Won't Lead to War -- One Side's Already Fighting It
January 26, 2015

Coverage of new sanctions against Iran for its presumed nuclear weapons program often omits context of Iran’s repeated anti-America attacks. A CAMERA Op-Ed supplies it.
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Some Urgent Questions for the Publisher of ‘The Christian Century’
January 26, 2015

Christian Century, led by editor and publisher Rev. Dr. John Buchanan (left), has ignored a scandal involving one of its former editors, Rev. James M. Wall who now serves on the editorial board of a website that explicitly promotes antisemitism.
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LA Times Corrects: Jerusalem is Israel's Capital
January 25, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times Op-Ed by Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, which erroneously identified Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
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Israel Law Center and Nitsana Darshan-Leitner Attacked by the New York Times
January 25, 2015

Jodi RudorenThe New York Times has a Jewish problem, exemplified most recently by its humanization of Palestinian terrorists, and the demonization by Jodi Rudoren of attorney Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, who has the nerve to fight terrorism and its funders by filing lawsuits.
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New York Times' Amnesia in Recounting Hezbollah's Past Actions
January 21, 2015

Anne Barnard's report on the alleged Israeli airstrike that killed an Iranian general and Hezbollah operatives omits crucial information about past Hezbollah activities that the Times itself had reported at the time they occurred.
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Washington Post Ops for Pop Psychology over Hard News on Palestinian U.N. Moves
January 19, 2015

A Palestinian leadership is “frustrated” by failure of talks with Israel, or it caused negotiations to fail? The Washington Post opts for pop psychology over hard news in coverage of evasive Palestinian diplomacy.

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Al-Jazeera English Fumbles, Al-Jazeera America Sacked
January 13, 2015

 Al-Jazeera English's “We're not Charlie” memo mars Al-Jazeera America's image, USA Today's media columnist says. It's not image but substance critics need to examine.

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BBC Reporter Links Murder of French Jews to Israeli Actions
January 13, 2015

BBC reporter Tim Willcox must apologize on air to underscore that BBC does not subscribe to irrational and bigoted views that, in effect, blame Israel for murderous attacks on Jews anywhere.
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In Hebrew, Haaretz Clarifies Regarding Rafah Casualties
January 12, 2015

Presspectiva, CAMERA's Hebrew division, prompts clarification today of an Haaretz editorial which cited inflated figures for the number of Palestinians killed in Rafah Aug. 1, dubbed "Black Friday."
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International Business Times Pulls Article Calling ISIS "Zionist Plot"
January 12, 2015

After CAMERA brought to the attention of the International Business Times an article relaying charges that ISIS is a "Zionist plot" and its leader is "a Jew," a senior editor decided to pull the piece.
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Mahmoud Abbas at Paris March. Media Don't Ask Why
January 12, 2015

What was Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas doing at the Paris march for free speech and against Islamic terrorism? News media didn't ask, or didn't want to.

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Plans to "Eradicate" Egyptian Town Prompt NY Times Yawn
January 9, 2015

How does The New York Times report on house demolitions? That depends on whether it is Israel or Egypt that is responsible.
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When is a Correction in Error? When The Washington Post Says So
January 9, 2015

For The Washington Post, calling a friar a monk requires correction. Calling armistice lines a border, no. Mislabeling disputed territories as Palestinian? Forget about it.

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National Geographic Runs Correction on Judaism's Holiest Site
January 7, 2015

Following communication with CAMERA's Israel office, National Geographic corrects a caption which erroneously identified the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Temple Mount is the most sacred site in Judaism.
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Party Time: Fatah's Founding Myth
January 5, 2015

 It's Jan. 1, so it's party time in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon. Massive rallies mark 50 years since Fatah's first terror attack against Israel, but media outlets are reporting the anniversary of Fatah's founding.
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Haaretz Corrects "Lost in Translation" on Mosque Fire
January 4, 2015

Following communication from CAMERA, Haaretz English edition editors commendably add information about an Israeli investigation ruling out arson to an article that had reported that Palestinians blamed a fire in a West Bank mosque on settlers.
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Voice of America Corrects: U.S. Didn't Veto Palestinian Statehood Bid
January 4, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a Voice of America report which wrongly stated that the United States vetoed the Palestinian statehood bid in the United Nations Security Council.
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Liberating Theater J from Diva Ari Roth
January 2, 2015

Defenders of ousted Theater J artistic director Ari Roth portray him as a martyr to artistic freedom. Doing so excuses theatrical anti-Israel agit-prop. On-stage fiction, yes; defamation no.

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CAMERA's Top Ten MidEast Media Mangles for 2014
December 31, 2014

This year the press stumbled all too many times in covering the Middle East, falling down on the obligation to report accurately and without bias. Though there were many contenders, CAMERA has identified the biggest offenders.
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New York Times Corrects Mosque "Arson" Claim. Will CNN?
December 21, 2014

Following communication from CAMERA, The New York Times commendably corrects a news analysis which had stated as fact that arson was responsible for a fire in a West Bank mosque. Will CNN, AFP and The Los Angeles Times likewise correct?
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NY Times Corrects Nazareth Error, But Not 'Nakba Day' Law Error
December 21, 2014

CAMERA prompts a New York Times correction of an article which wrongly claimed that Nazareth has just five percent of the land compared to neighboring Upper Nazareth. The Gray Lady isn't backing down, though, on its erroneous reference to the 'Nakba Law.'
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A Guide to NYT Advocacy Journalism: Focus on Jodi Rudoren
December 21, 2014

Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren does not differentiate between objective reporting and pushing her viewpoint. And her editors do not care. In fact, they seem to prefer advocacy over straightforward journalism. A case in point—a Dec. 9 front page article purporting to report on a debate over Israel's Jewish identity.
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The Stubborn Antisemitism of Yahoo and The Christian Century
December 18, 2014

Yahoo and James M. Wall, a contributing editor at The Christian Century, both help to mainstream an antisemitic webpage that promotes Holocaust denial and blames Jews for 9/11.
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The New York Times Blog Publishes Shoddy Defense of Steven Salaita
December 17, 2014

Professor Joseph Levine presents an error-laden polemic criticizing the University of Illinois' decision to rescind an offer to Steven Salaita after his abusive and bigoted tweets about Israel and Jews came to light.
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Backdraft: Some Media Outlets Backtrack on Mosque 'Arson'
December 16, 2014

Weeks after news accounts blamed Jewish arsonists for a fire in a West Bank mosque, an investigation finds the cause was electrical. CAMERA followed up with media outlets that had reported as fact that the mosque was attacked, with positive outcomes at AP, New York Times and Haaretz.
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Omissions Distort Washington Post's 'Palestinian U.N. Statehood Showdown'
December 16, 2014

The Washington Post fell for the hoary “Palestinian frustration” diagnosis to explain Mahmoud Abbas’ latest “statehood-without-peace” maneuver at the United Nations. CAMERA fills in the paper’s misleading omissions.   

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The New York Times' Unique Definition For Israeli Funding
December 15, 2014

A standards editor resorts to definitional contortions to avoid correcting a mischaracterization of Israel's "Nakba Law" as "prohibit[ing] funding for groups that commemorate the Nakba." In fact, the narrow law enables the state to withhold government money from state-funded bodies.
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"Children of the War": Washington Post's Big, Empty Photo Spread
December 14, 2014

A Washington Post photo spread on children of last summer’s Israel-Gaza war might move readers to tears. But not to understanding.
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'Contentious Arab Lawmaker' Gets Washington Post Platform
December 14, 2014

A Washington Post feature gives readers a glimpse of anti-Israel Arab Knesset member Haneen Zoabi. But it lets her twist the focus knob.

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New York Times "Correction" Fails to Correct Blumenthal Error
December 11, 2014

The New York Times has made three corrections to Max Blumenthal's contribution to the Opinion pages. Only two of them were acknowledged. And at least one of the "corrections" spectacularly fails to redress the error, and served only to leave editors' fingerprints directly on the falsehood.
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Commissioning Extremism from Max Blumenthal, the NY Times Also Receives Errors
December 9, 2014

max blumenthalThe New York Times turned to two extremists to participate in a debate about Israeli society, and reaps what it sowed — primitive Israel-hatred and clear-cut factual errors. (Updated.)
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The Future of Evangelical Support for Israel
December 9, 2014

In this article originally published in the December 2014 Jerusalem Post Christian Edition, CAMERA analyst Tricia Miller challenges the church to expose the errant theology at the heart of an aggressive and deceptive anti-Zionist agenda.

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Bias Seeps Into The Wall Street Journal's News Coverage
December 8, 2014

Recurring bias has crept into the reporting of events in Israel by correspondents Joshua Mitnick and Nicholas Casey. Editors need to restore accuracy and balance or the newspaper's credibility will suffer.
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Newsweek Falls Off Abyss With Sarah Helm's Hatchet Job
December 8, 2014

With error-ridden, tendentious piece on "Young Woman at the Forefront of Jerusalem's New Holy War," Sarah Helm stakes out her territory at the fore of Newsweek's journalistic decline.

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The New York Times Unspun
December 8, 2014

Even when Jews are murdered at prayer, The New York Times turns to false framing, lopsided speaker citations, omissions and platitudes to deflect focus away from the perpetrators and onto Israel.
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On Palestinian Incitement, Washington Post Op-Ed Clueless
December 6, 2014

                      False equivalences and bad history leave a Washington Post Op-Ed on Palestinian incitement clueless. However it passed editorial inspection, it deserves reader rejection.
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Yahoo News and the Hate Site
December 5, 2014

Why is Yahoo legitimizing, promoting and mainstreaming a fringe website that peddles in Holocaust denial and 9/11 conspiracy?
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WBUR's On Point Misleads About the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
December 4, 2014

NPR affiliate stations are currently in the midst of their year-end fund drive. Listeners should carefully consider whether to support such programs as "On Point,"  that so thoroughly mislead  on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
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Associated Press Lays Down Smokescreen
December 3, 2014

Paul Colford from the Associated Press has responded to Matti Friedman's criticism of its coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict, accusing Friedman of offering half-truths and distortions. Colford's response indicates that the AP is not serious about engaging in journalistic self-reflection.
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Times of Israel, Flash 90 Correct Captions on Temple Mount Visits
November 30, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a Times of Israel photo caption which erroneously referred to visits by Jewish activists to the al-Aqsa mosque. Jewish activists visited the Temple Mount; none entered the mosque.
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The Seventh Eye Covers CAMERA Symposium
November 28, 2014

The Israel Democracy Institute's Hebrew-language publication on journalism,  The Seventh Eye (Ayin Hashviit), recently covered a symposium held by CAMERA's Israel office. The topic was the problematic media coverage of  the  2014 Hamas war  and the IDF's Operation Protective Edge, to stop Hamas rocket and tunnel attacks on Israel.
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Al-Jazeera America "Inside Story" Misreports Jerusalem Violence
November 27, 2014

Al-Jazeera America TV network, whose owner/operator is the anti-Israel government of Qatar, defamed Israel in Ray Suarez-led "Inside Story" discussion of recent violence in Jerusalem.
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Boston Globe's Farah Stockman: Israel to Blame for Slaughter of Jews
November 26, 2014

Boston Globe columnist Farah Stockman puts the Mark of Cain on Abel instead, using the recent slaughter of Jews in a synagogue as a lesson about Israeli evil.
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Al-Jazeera America’s Fraudulent USS Liberty Documentary
November 25, 2014

Al-Jazeera America TV network, whose owner/operator is the anti-Israel government of Qatar, has aired numerous broadcasts of an hour-long propaganda-laden “documentary” falsely charging that America and Israel have covered up the facts behind the fog of war attack on USS Liberty.
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Presbyterian Peace Activists Bet on Iranian Good Will
November 25, 2014

The International Atomic Energy Agency is worried Iran's nuclear program and has stated the country has not cooperated with inspection efforts. Presbyterian "peace" activists have another message: Don't worry, be happy, and negotiate.
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Zvi Bar'el, Meet Israel's Founding Document
November 25, 2014

Haaretz's Zvi Bar'el warns of a "racist" bill which he says will bring Israel to a state ruled by Jewish law. But the language to which he so objects is nearly identical to what appears in Israel's founding document.
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CAMERA Letter Corrects Baltimore Sun on Jerusalem Murders
November 24, 2014

The Baltimore Sun said murders at a Jerusalem synagogue deserved “the world’s unequivocal condemnation.” Then it equivocated. CAMERA did not. 

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Washington Post Synagogue Massacre Follow-Up Easy on Arabs
November 20, 2014

At first glance, a Washington Post front-page follow-up to Jerusalem's synagogue massacre looked balanced. CAMERA's closer reading showed it was not, not even close.

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The Silence of the Dhimmis
November 20, 2014

Christians in Bethlehem who have excoriated Israel have remained silent about the PA's incitement preceding the murder of five people at Kehilat Yaakov Synagogue in Jerusalem.
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WSJ Corrects Headline About New Israeli "Settlements"
November 19, 2014

The Wall Street Journal is the second media outlet this week to correct an erroneous headline falsely claiming that Israel announced plans to build new settlements.
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New York Times Suppresses Kerry Condemnation of Palestinian Incitement
November 19, 2014

Secretary of State John Kerry said Palestinian incitement was directly responsible for yesterday’s brutal murder of Jews praying in a Jerusalem synagogue. His comments were initially reported but later scrubbed by a newspaper historically adverse to covering Palestinian incitement.
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After Jerusalem Massacre, New York Times Covers Up Abbas' Incitement
November 18, 2014

The New York Times continues to cover up calls for violence by relating to  incitement by the Palestinian leadership as a claim on the part of right-wing Israelis instead of providing straight reports of incitement by Mahmoud Abbas.
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Mainstream Media Coverage of Jerusalem Synagogue Massacre
November 18, 2014

Much of the mainstream media coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is marred by the attempt to fit breaking events into a pre-existing, simplistic narrative whereby Palestinians are not held directly responsible for their actions. This again was the case with the coverage of the brutal massacre in a Jerusalem synagogue.
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Detroit News Corrects False Claim About "200 Settlements," WSJ Does Not
November 17, 2014

Credit goes to the Detroit News straightforwardly correcting its error. Why hasn't the Wall Street Journal done the same?
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UNESCO Corrects: Hamas Man Not a Journalist
November 16, 2014

In response to communication from CAMERA, UNESCO withdraws an earlier statement which had identified Hamas' Abdullah Murtaja, killed during summer fighting in Gaza, as a journalist. The agency's new comminque deplores "attempts to instrumentalize the profession of journalists by combatants."
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Fareed Zakaria: More Plagiarism but Still at Washington Post, CNN
November 13, 2014

 Fareed Zakaria of CNN, The Washington Post, etc., has been caught plagiarizing again. The chronic Middle East misreader still has protexia, but feet of clay are showing.

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Iran Propels Forward on All Fronts
November 10, 2014

A number of reports by think-tanks and in the media indicate Iran is making strides in its nuclear program and regional strategy, while benefitting from improving economic conditions.
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New York Times Opinion Bias by the Numbers
November 10, 2014

A New York Times opinion editor recently stated that the newspaper shies away from criticism of Palestinian racism — and an analysis of one year of New York Times opinion pieces reveals that this is true, and more.
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Fatah and Hamas Working in Lockstep to Incite and Attack
November 6, 2014

Updated Nov. 6, 2014: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, his Fatah movement and members of the PA, joined with Hamas,  continue to foment violence in Jerusalem,with the specious Islamic battle cry --"defend Islam's holy places."  The result? 3 terror attacks in 2 weeks, 3 dead, 1 critically wounded and many more seriously injured.
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The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount
November 6, 2014

Muslim denial of Judaism's historical and religious ties to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount and incitement to violence centering on Muslim claims of supremacy present challenges to stability.
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Expanded LA Times Caption Is Clear: No Israeli Flag Flying on Muslim Shrine
November 5, 2014

In response to communication from CAMERA, Los Angeles Times editors add key information to a photo caption to make clear that an Israeli flag was not, in fact, flying on top of the Dome of the Rock.
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NPR Host Claims Professor Fired For Criticizing Israel, Conceals What He Really Said
November 5, 2014

  National Public Radio's Here & Now claims professor denied position because of criticism of Israel, but conceals the true vile nature of his tweets.
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Stones, Motolov Cocktails and Misleading Captions in Jerusalem
November 5, 2014

Misleading photo captions can inflame tension in Jerusalem, falsely depicting Israeli provocations that never were. Also, AP and CNN fail to clarify a caption which downplays Arab violence.
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NY Times Editor Admits Lower Standard For Palestinians
November 2, 2014

Tamar Sternthal, director of CAMERA's Israel office, receives a tweet from Matt Seaton, a staff editor for The New York Times opinion page, in which he admits that a special standard applies for Palestinians.
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The MSM's Inversion of Reality
October 30, 2014

Yehuda Glick is a non-violent Israeli activist, director of the Libah organization that advocates freedom of worship for Jews on the Temple Mount. Muataz Hijazi is the Palestinian presumed to have shot Glick in an assassination attempt. Yet it is the non-violent Glick whom the media labels pejoratively as a "far-right" provocateur while the Palestinian terrorist who tried to kill him and Palestinian rioters on the Temple Mount who engage in violence against Israelis escape any such designations.
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NY Times Corrects Misquote by Ali Abunimah, Robert Mackey
October 29, 2014

The combination of anti-Israel bloggers Robert Mackey and Ali Abunimah had led to a factual error at The New York Times, which, to its credit, the newspaper corrected yesterday. We expect more errors, though, as long as Mackey is free to cover Israel with such transparent hostility.
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CAMERA Op-Ed in JPost Exposes Bethlehem Bible College Anti-Israel Activities
October 27, 2014

Bethlehem Bible College claims to exist for the purpose of training leaders to serve local Arab churches and communities. But a CAMERA Op-Ed exposes another agenda entirely, which is the perpetuation of anti-Israel propaganda.
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Haaretz Partially Corrects Article on "Settler Attacks" on Al Aqsa
October 26, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts corrections today of a Haaretz headline and accompanying article which reported as fact Mahmoud Abbas' false charge that "settlers" are "attacking Al-Aqsa."
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Dajani's 'Israel's Water War Crimes' Charges Run Dry
October 24, 2014

Al-Shabaka is Palestinian propaganda masquerading as policy. Its Muna Dajani alleged Israeli "water water crimes" at The Hill, a congressional newspaper.  CAMERA shredded her diatribe.

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The ABC's of Media Spin: The NYT and A Terror Attack
October 24, 2014

An NYT news story about a terrorist attack at a Jerusalem light rail stop qualified it as Israeli claims and quickly redirected readers away from the facts of Palestinian violence to focus on Israel's alleged misdeeds. By cherry-picking what facts to share with readers and how to frame them, The New York Times once again demonstrated its biased treatment of Israel.
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CAMERA Op-Ed: Beyond ‘Klinghoffer’
October 21, 2014

One of the most controversial operas in recent memory, "The Death of Klinghoffer," which had its (New York) Metropolitan Opera debut on Oct. 20, is a vehicle for tendentious anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist slurs. When considered together with other operas by the same composer and librettist, it represents something more — a prejudicial obsession with Jews.

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Media Misstate Palestinian 'Statehood' Dodge
October 19, 2014

News media failures to scrutinize the latest “Palestinian statehood” maneuver mirror reporting lapses during last summer’s Operation Protective Edge. A CAMERA Op-Ed suggested that pro-Palestinian blinkers again got in the way. 
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In NY Times and Streets of New York, Klinghoffer Opera Controversy Continues
October 16, 2014

While New York Times coverage of the controversial opera "The Death of Klinghoffer" ignores the paper's own prior criticism of the piece, critics plan a major protest outside the Lincoln Center on opening night.
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While Western Media Fixated on Gaza, The Main Action Was Elsewhere
October 13, 2014

The Middle East has descended into violence. But it was a statistician's questions about the ratio of civilian fatalities in Gaza that stirred such outrage that the world's largest media organization felt compelled to censor his analysis.
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NPR Clarifies Claim That Israel "Helped" in Shatila Massacre
October 7, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts clarification of a NPR broadcast which misleadingly referred to the killing of Palestinians in Shatila as "a massacre of mostly Palestinian civilians by Christian militias helped by Israeli forces."
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