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CAMERA in JNS: Media Miss Emergence of New Iranian-Funded Palestinian Terror Group
April 21, 2016

A new Iranian-backed Palestinian terrorist group has emerged—and by appearances, it may be expanding. Yet, many in the U.S. media have failed to take notice.
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Time Magazine Ignores Facts to Denigrate Israel
April 21, 2016

Time Magazine has a long and unfortunate history of anti-Israel bias, dating back many decades. This month, it added two more one-sided articles defaming Israelis.
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Revisiting the BBC’s Source of 2014 Gaza Casualty Data
April 19, 2016

BBC continues to use falsified casualty figures on the 2014 Gaza conflict provided by the UN despite revelations that the UN figures come from organizations openly hostile to Israel.
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UNESCO Erases Jewish Connection to Temple Mount, Kotel
April 19, 2016

On April 15, UNESCO, a United Nations organization charged with protecting cultural, religious and historic sites, adopted a historically absurd resolution ignoring Jewish ties to the holy religious site of the Temple Mount and the Western Wall area in Jerusalem's Old City
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About Israeli Settlements, Washington Post Keeps Newsworthy 'Secret'
April 18, 2016

Watergate revelations notwithstanding, The Washington Post can keep secrets when it wants to. That's especially so regarding the “secret” of international law supporting Israel's claim that West Bank settlements are legal.

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Distorted Haaretz English Translations On Israeli Public Agenda
April 18, 2016

As Hebrew social media memes skewer Haaretz's distorted English translations, publisher Amos Schocken and editor Aluf Benn are on the defensive. Meanwhile, CAMERA today catches the latest "Haaretz, Lost in Translation." Avi Dichter ordered Yasser Arafat's assassination, according to Haaretz in English.

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Salon.com Parrots PLO Talking Points
April 15, 2016

 Salon.com depicts itself as a place to go for inspired alternative journalism. But its two commentators on Israel, David Palumbo-Liu and Ben Norton offer mindnumbing propaganda as they endlessly recycle PLO talking points.
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AFP Corrects: Entebbe Hijackers Singled Out Jews, Not Just Israelis
April 13, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of an Agence France Presse article which incorrectly reported that the Entebbe hijackers singled out Israeli passengers. In fact, the terrorists singled out Israeli and non-Israeli Jewish passengers.
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BBC World Service Touts an Ill-informed Caricature of Israel
April 7, 2016

Listeners to the March 26th/27th edition of the BBC World Service programme ‘The Cultural Frontline’ heard a lengthy caricature of Israel and Israeli Jews from Arab lands rife with inaccuracy and omission.
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Vox’s April Fools’ Day ‘Reporting’ on Palestinian Terror Attacks
April 7, 2016

Vox celebrated April Fools' Day with a bad joke about Israel. A pretend analysis by the "news explainer" was riddled by omissions and tripped up by a lack of facts.
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Palestinian Ferment; Islamist Al-Sabireen Worries Islamist Hamas
April 5, 2016

A new Iranian-backed Palestinian terrorist group, al-Sabireen, is peeling off members from rival terror organizations and movements. CAMERA provides a look at the group.

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In Journalism 'Attempt,' Reuters Misses Genadi Kaufman's Murder
April 4, 2016

Updated. Ihab Maswadeh fatally stabbed Genadi Kaufman, a gardener, in Hebron. Kaufman succumbed to his wounds three weeks later. So why does Reuters call the attack an "attempted" stabbing of a "soldier"?
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Tweeting Trips Another Journalist, This Time from The Washington Post
April 4, 2016

What's the difference between tweeting and journalism? The difference between gossip and news, and now it's snared The Washington Post's Jerusalem bureau chief. 
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BBC News Alleges Racial Discrimination in Israeli Airport Security
April 1, 2016

The BBC alleges racial discrimination but offers no proof.
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LA Times Dubs Palestinian Stabber a "Protester"
April 1, 2016

The Los Angeles Times described a Palestinian assailant who attempted to murder a soldier  a "protester." Following communication from CAMERA, editors correct.
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Winner's Husband a Terrorist, and Other Missing Washington Post Details
April 1, 2016

Prize-winning Palestinian teacher of non-violence married to terrorist who helped murder six Israelis: Among other details slipping through Washington Post cracks lately.

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Haaretz Again Corrects on Mohammed Al Dura
March 30, 2016

For the second time, CAMERA prompts correction of a Haaretz English edition translation "error" which blamed Israel for Mohammed Al Dura's death. Both times, the English edition, but not the original Hebrew, attributed the September 2000 shooting to Israel.
 
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BBC Radio London Provides a Platform for Conspiracy Theories
March 30, 2016

A Publicly funded BBC radio talk show provides a forum for the airing of defamatory anti-Jewish conspiracy views.
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New York Times, Palestinian Assailants and Suspect Journalism
March 27, 2016

Most Palestinians killed in recent months wounded or killed others, or died trying to do so. So why does The New York Times ignore the successful assailants, and characterize the majority of fatalities as having "attempted" attacks or as being "suspected" of trying?
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Fact Checking the Candidate Speeches at AIPAC
March 27, 2016

Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, John Kasich and Donald Trump addressed the 2016 AIPAC Policy Forum, outlining their views on Israel and the Middle East, while Bernie Sanders sent a transcript of his remarks. Here's a fact-check of their speeches.
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Another Example of BBC Double Standards on Disputed Territories
March 25, 2016

The BBC employs a double standard against Israel. It uses terms like "occupied" and "illegal" to describe Israeli control of the West Bank. Comparable situation elsewhere are described as "disputed."
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Brookings’ ‘Takeaway’ on the ‘Stabbing Intifada’ Leaves Little
March 24, 2016

A policy brief on Palestinian Arab terrorist attacks by a fellow at a DC-based think tank, the Brookings Institution, misleads through omissions and easily disprovable assertions.
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New York Times Corrects: Ramat Shlomo Not an "Arab Neighborhood"
March 22, 2016

CAMERA prompts a correction after a New York Times article wrongly describes Ramat Shlomo as an "Arab neighborhood of East Jerusalem."
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Jimmy Carter, Middle East Mirage USA Today Thought it Saw
March 22, 2016

Former President Jimmy Carter falsified Arab-Israeli diplomatic history, again. In USA Today, again. He wants America to punish Israel for Palestinian rejectionism, again. Do Nobel Peace Prizes come with expiration dates?

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Voice of America Fixes Headline, Admits Casualties Were Attackers
March 22, 2016

CAMERA contacted VOA after a headline made it seem Palestinians killed during attacks on Israelis were victims of Israeli violence. The media organization subsequently amended the headline.
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AFP Clarifies: Temple Mount is Judaism's Holiest Site
March 21, 2016

Though Agence France Presse's revision of an article yesterday was small — it involved just three letters — its significance was much greater. In response to communication from CAMERA, AFP clarifies that the Temple Mount is Judaism's holiest site.
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New York Times Corrects: Palestinian Territories Not 'Illegally Occupied'
March 20, 2016

For the second time in five months, CAMERA prompts correction of a New York Times story which erroneously refers to Israel "illegally occupying" the West Bank. At best "highly debatable," that inaccurate language is flatly inappropriate for a news story.
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Mustafa Abu Sway to Speak at Elmhurst College in April
March 18, 2016

Muslim Scholar Mustafa Abu Sway is scheduled to speak at Elmhurst College in Illinois. CAMERA has produced a letter warning the school about some of his previous misstatements of fact.
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BBC Ignores Israeli-Arab Parties' Opposition to Arab States' Designation of Hizbullah as Terrorist Organization
March 17, 2016

A BBC piece criticized Israel for sanctioning two radical Arab-Israeli political parties. Yet the BBC failed to update readers that these parties opposed the Arab States' designating Hizbullah a terrorist organization.
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Los Angeles Times Corrects After Underreporting Gaza Rocket Attacks
March 15, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times article which incorrectly reported that Friday's Gaza rocket attacks against Israel were the first since October. In fact, there were at least two monthly in November, December and January.
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Ben Norton's Selective and Shoddy Reporting in Salon
March 15, 2016

Writing about an Israeli airstrike on Hamas facilities in Gaza, Salon's Ben Norton selectively cites context, downplaying the rocket threat and depicting Palestinian attackers as victims. He also presents outdated information as if it's current.
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The Forward Changes Reuters Headline to Cast Attackers as Victims
March 14, 2016

The Forward published a Reuters story about a Palestinian attack, but changed the headline so that it no longer looked to be a Palestinian attack, but rather an attack against Palestinians. Why?
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Another UCC Pastor Uses Lent to Bash Israel
March 14, 2016

Rev. Diane Dulin from the United Church of Christ has written a Lenten Meditation that combines religious piety with hateful anti-Israel propaganda. It is the second such document produced by a UCC pastor in 2016.

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ISIS Defector Releases Information on Thousands of Terrorists
March 14, 2016

An ISIS defector has reportedly released files with information on more than 22,000 members of the terrorist group. But why was the information released and what can it tell us about ISIS?
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BBC Trending’s Preposterous International Women’s Day Question
March 11, 2016

  BBC Trending presents a misleading sop piece on the status of women in Saudi Arabia to highlight its coverage of International Women's Day.
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“Martyrs”—the New “Militants”—and Other Washington Post Word-Play
March 10, 2016

Are murderers “martyrs”? Can terrorist groups be “political parties”? For The Washington Post, the devil but not always accuracy is in such details.

 

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Haaretz Corrects Latest Skewed Translation
March 9, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of a Haaretz English edition article which incorrectly reported that Prime Minister Netanyahu is seeking to limit only left-wing NGOs for involvement in elections. Haaretz, Lost in Translation strikes again.
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Journalist: Striking Palestinian Teachers Show PA Corruption
March 9, 2016

An Israeli Arab journalist asks if Palestinian teachers striking over PA corruption will lead to international donors questioning how their aid money is spent.
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Muslim Scholar Plays Role of Spin Doctor at Christ at Checkpoint Conference
March 8, 2016

Muslim scholar Mustafa Abu Sway downplayed the problem of anti-Israel and anti-Jewish incitement in a video shown today at the Christ at the Checkpoint Conference near Bethlehem.
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USA Today Downplays Anti-Jewish Violence as ‘Clashes’
March 7, 2016

USA Today whitewashes Palestinian Arab anti-Jewish violence and fails to provide full disclosure to readers.

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BBC Promoted False Palestinian Eviction Story in Parliament
March 4, 2016

The BBC broadcast misleading statements provided by a pro-Palestinian NGO to portray Israel as illegally evicting a Palestinian woman and seizing her property in Jerusalem before the UK Parliament.
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Washington Post Columnist Takes ‘Islamophobia’ Bait
March 2, 2016

A Washington Post columnist relies on dubious sources to tie presidential primary candidate to an apparently non-existent wave of “Islamophobia.” Whatever happened to journalistic due diligence?

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PRI's The World Misinforms Listeners on the Spate of Palestinian Attacks Against Israelis
March 2, 2016

Coverage of the recent wave of Palestinian attacks against Israelis by Public Radio International's "The World" leaves viewers with the mistaken impression that Israelis, as well as the Palestinians, are wantonly killing innocents.
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Sourcing an Anti-Israel Libel Promoted on BBC Radio 4
March 2, 2016

The BBC allows anti-Israel campaigner Ken Loach to level false defamatory charges against Israel without refutation or rebuke.
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The Media and the Myth of the Moderate Mullahs
March 2, 2016

Reporting on recent elections in Iran, many major U.S. print news outlets refer to imaginary Iranian moderates.
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CAMERA Spotlights Palestinian Repudiation of Oslo
March 1, 2016

Once again, the Palestinian Authority (PA) rejects the peace accords under which it was created and funded. CAMERA's Op-Ed in The Algemeiner notes that, once again, the media fails to provide coverage.
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NY Times's Erlanger Absolves Dahlan, Boosts Barghouti, and Ignores Abbas's Incitement
February 29, 2016

Former Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren is gone. But the soft-gloving of Palestinians, including former terror leaders, seems to be continuing under the watch of former bureau chief Steve Erlanger, who has returned to Jerusalem until Rudoren's replacement arrives.
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Haaretz Corrects Erroneous Headline on U.S. Conviction of Rasmieh Odeh
February 28, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of a Haaretz headline which wrongly stated that an American court overruled the conviction of Palestinian Rasmieh Odeh in an immigration fraud case. The court vacated, or voided, the conviction. Politico has yet to correct.
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AFP Removes Reference to Tel Aviv as Capital City
February 28, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of an Agence France Presse wire service article which incorrectly identified Tel Aviv as a capital city. By correcting news agency errors the day they appear, CAMERA prevents misinformation from spreading to media outlets globally.
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At The Washington Post’s Jerusalem Bureau: Missing Something
February 26, 2016

Israel often makes news. And The Washington Post often misses too much of it, as this CAMERA analysis shows.
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Luke Baker Suggests Okay for Hamas, but not Israel, to Detain Journalists
February 25, 2016

To Reuters' Luke Baker, Israel's brief detention of a Washington Post journalist was "wholly unacceptable" but Hamas's detention of Baker himself was, essentially, tea time.
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The Continuing Saga of the BBC’s Failure to Make a Simple Correction
February 25, 2016

The BBC continues to not correct erroneous statements describing Tel Aviv as the capital of Israel despite repeated requests and admission of error.
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ABC TV’s Quantico Melodrama Demonizes Israel With Falsehoods
February 24, 2016

ABC’s Quantico melodrama series (inaugurated Sept. 27, 2015), viewed by millions weekly, seems destined to endure to the end of the TV season (May 2016). Quantico demonizes Israel and negatively portrays Jews.
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How an Uncorrected Inaccuracy Became BBC Conventional Wisdom
February 24, 2016

Coverage of Israel and the Palestinians has long been bedeviled by misinformation peddled by major media sources. An erroneous story claiming Israel banned a politically controversial book is such a case.
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The Selective Skepticism of Salon's Ben Norton
February 23, 2016

In a factually-challenged piece based on the blatantly false premise that Professor Amitai Etzioni called for the "flattening" of Beirut, Salon's Ben Norton embraces Hezbollah's baseless claims.
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CAMERA Notes Palestinian Incitement in Washington Times
February 22, 2016

CAMERA takes to the pages of The Washington Times to point out that the Palestinian Authority (PA) is not dissimilar from Hamas when it comes to anti-Jewish incitement
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The BBC's Twisted Logic to Explain Why it Describes Jews as Terrorists But Never Palestinians
February 19, 2016

Why does the BBC call violent Jewish perpetrators "terrorists" but does not refer to more frequent Palestinian perpetrators as terrorists? Because the Palestinian Authority doesn't refer to Palestinian perpetrators as terrorists.
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UPDATED: UCC Missionary Promotes Hostility Toward Israel For Lent
February 19, 2016

Rev. Loren McGrail, a pastor in the United Church of Christ working with the YWCA in Jerusalem, has produced a Lenten meditation that qualifies as Liturgical Incitement against the Jewish state.
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Haaretz Corrects Misinformation on Knesset Session About Biased Media Coverage
February 16, 2016

In the latest "Haaretz, Lost in Translation," a Knesset session on media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict becomes a session on coverage of "terrorism and occupation." 

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Salon Passes Off Anti-Israel Diatribe as News
February 12, 2016

Online magazine Salon runs an article short on news and long on rehashed anti-Israel falsehoods, cherry-picked details and out-of-context quotations.
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CAMERA Expert and Journalists Collide at Knesset Meeting
February 12, 2016

Along with foreign journalists, CAMERA's Tamar Sternthal was invited to testify at a Knesset subcommittee meeting on media bias. Do the reporters' proclamations of professionalism and objectivity hold up to scrutiny?
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CAMERA Letter Refutes False Commentary by Hill Contributor
February 12, 2016

CAMERA gives a vocabulary lesson to an opinion writer seeking to falsely smear the Jewish state.

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CAMERA Rebuts Palestinian Authority Official in The Hill
February 12, 2016

The PA Minister of Finance claims the authority is promoting peace and prosperity in The Hill. CAMERA tells Hill readers what the finance minister omitted.

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The New Normal? Israel Today Condemns Israeli Jews for Rejecting Jesus
February 12, 2016

Israel Today, a publication based in Jerusalem, published an article declaring that Israeli Jews "exhibit no righteousness" because of their rejection of Jesus Christ as the Messiah. Is this the new normal?
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Host of Tax-Payer Funded VOA Show Thinks Anti-Israel Op-Ed is ‘Balanced’
February 8, 2016

A VOA host attacks CAMERA and tweets her approval of U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's anti-Israel New York Times Op-Ed.

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Washington Post Retweets 16-Year Old’s Antics as News
February 4, 2016

The Washington Post claims antisemitic website Mondoweiss is a "news site," and a 16-year old anti-Israel activist's visit to the principal's office is "news."

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CAMERA Op-Ed in Washington Jewish Week:The Post Erases Nearly 1 Million Jews from History
February 4, 2016

CAMERA takes to the pages of the Washington Jewish Week to highlight The Washington Post's refusal to correct its omission of nearly one million Jewish refugees from Arab lands.
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Fox News Correspondent Conor Powell's Coverage of Israel is Not Fair and Balanced
February 4, 2016

Fox New reporter Conor Powell promotes the Palestinian narrative, claiming that frustration over the lack of progress toward an independent Palestinian state and Israeli settlement growth are the reasons Palestinians are murdering Israelis.
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Hezbollah Pressures TV Station to Cut Footage
February 4, 2016

Hezbollah, the Lebanese-based, U.S.-designated terror group, takes unfavorable TV footage to the cutting room floor.
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CAMERA Rebuts Attack on Ayaan Hirsi Ali in Baltimore Sun
February 3, 2016

The Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies uses The Baltimore Sun to minimize Islamic extremism and distort the record of one of its leading critics. CAMERA responds.

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NPR's Former Israel Reporter 'Sad' That Hoax Anti-Israel Agitprop Not Real
February 2, 2016

After NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro ideologically linked herself to dishonest and extremist anti-Israel activists, the network should consider reprimanding her for violating its social media policies and barring her from any reporting that relates to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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Rooms to Rent by Israelis? Washington Post Recycles 'Restrictive Covenant'
February 2, 2016

A stale Palestinian complaint with Airbnb snares front page Washington Post coverage. Seems those darned Israelis rent apartments on land that's not Arab.

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From Pakistan to New York, What You See and What You Don't in The New York Times
February 1, 2016

The Times' double standard when it comes to a deleted photo from its own front-page versus an altered page-three photo in an insular ultra-Orthodox Israeli paper lays bare the paper's disproportionate obsession with the Jewish state.
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Is Mart Green Video Gone Baby Gone?
January 29, 2016

Has Hobby Lobby heir Mart Green taken the 2010 video Little Town of Bethlehem taken off the market?
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Haaretz Covers Up For Palestinian Prisoner Mohammed al-Qiq
January 27, 2016

Haaretz's English edition omits key information about hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner Mohammed al-Qiq that appears in the original Hebrew article: security officials said he was recently involved in Hamas terror activity.
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Washington Post Reports Palestinian Incitement, Still Misses Point
January 27, 2016

The devil's in the details, especially when details have been omitted, as in another Washington Post failure to come to grips with murderous Palestinian anti-Israeli, anti-Jewish incitement.

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Accusing Others of Dishonest Language, Beinart Distorts an Ambassador's Words
January 27, 2016

To paint Benjamin Netanyahu as manipulative and Ambassador Dan Shapiro as spineless, anti-Israel columnist Peter Beinart misleads readers, doctors the ambassador's words, and erases the murder of Dafna Meir.
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An Inquiry for The Philadelphia Inquirer
January 27, 2016

Why did a Philadelphia Inquirer version of a Washington Post article omit key information about Palestinian Arab terror attacks against Israelis?

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CAMERA Prompts New York Times Editor's Note on Jerusalem Eviction Cases
January 26, 2016

CAMERA prompts a critical New York Times editor's note today on Diaa Hadid's error-ridden Jan. 15 article about potential evictions in Jerusalem's Old City. Editors agreed that Hadid relied solely on false Palestinian claims.
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Yahoo Removes Some Hate Sites from News Feed
January 26, 2016



After CAMERA raised concerns with Yahoo over its promotion of hate sites, a Yahoo spokesperson replied that it has blocked Veterans News Now and MintPress News.
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Haaretz Legal Follies
January 25, 2016

From the NGO bill, to "internationally recognized borders," to the BDS law, Haaretz's English edition trips up on three separate legal issues in recent days.
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Los Angeles Times Makes First Move Towards Correcting Saree Makdisi Op-Ed
January 25, 2016

The Los Angeles Times takes a first, partial step towards clarifying Saree Makdisi's false claim that there are no high schools in Arab communities in Israel's south. Editors have yet to make clear, though, that more than 40 such schools exist.
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NPR Affiliate Peddles Anti-Israel, Pro-Terrorist Propaganda
January 25, 2016

KALW, an NPR affiliate in San Francisco, regularly broadcasts anti-Israel and/or pro-terrorist propaganda that is completely divorced from fact in a music show produced and hosted by radical Israel defamer Dore Stein.
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New York Times Editorial Errs on Israeli NGO Bill
January 24, 2016

In an editorial yesterday ("The Fading Two-State Solution"), it's The New York Times' fading credibility which is again on display. The "Paper of Record" gets three points wrong on the Israeli NGO bill up for vote tomorrow.
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Yahoo Promotes (Another) Fringe Hate Site
January 22, 2016



One year after promoting articles from a Holocaust-denying website, Yahoo is still pushing fringe hate sites on its unsuspecting readers. The obvious question is: Why? The bigger question: What is Yahoo doing to stop this?
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Swiss Cheese-Sytle Coverage of Hebron; Rare Washington Times Stumble
January 21, 2016

Washington Times' Arab-Israeli coverge usually stays close to the facts. If only that had been the case with a January 2016 report on the role of Arabs from the Hebron area in the “stabbing intifada.”

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Washington Post Erases Nearly One Million Jews From History
January 19, 2016

A Washington Post infographic that claims to inform readers of every “major” refugee crises in the last 75 years omits more than 800,000 Jewish refugees from Arab lands, who fled after Israel's 1948 War for Independence.

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Diaa Hadid Pokes a "Hornet's Nest"
January 19, 2016

Diaa HadidWe recently criticized a New York Times article by Diaa Hadid about evictions in Jerualem.We now have the details on the other two evictions Hadid focused on, which she alleged were based on "arcane violations" of lease agreements. Is non-payment of rent now "arcane?"
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Leading U.S. Papers Downplay, Ignore Stabbings of Israeli Women
January 19, 2016

The New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times downplayed or ignored the murder of Dafna Meir. The fatal stabbing, targeting a mother at home with her children at hand, stands out from the last four months of Palestinian violence.
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Diaa Hadid, Recycling Old Stories about the Old City
January 15, 2016

Diaa HadidDiaa Hadid, hired a year ago by the New York Times to improve coverage of Palestinian affairs, instead seems to view her job as escalating the Times' traditionally hostile and inaccurate coverage of Israel. The latest example is her largely fictional story on evictions in Jerusalem.

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New York Times Tilts Against Israel Whenever it Can
January 14, 2016

The New York TimesThe New York Times can't seem to resist the temptation to slant the news against Israel and in favor of the Palestinians, even when covering a fairly innocuous story such as the initially suspicious fire at  B'tselem, the controversial non-profit based in Israel.
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The IDF's Pivotal Role in Securing the Jewish Future
January 12, 2016

International efforts to sully the IDF’s reputation and blunt its effectiveness target uninformed audiences in hopes of undermining recognition of the army’s stellar record.
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A Tale of Two LA Times Headlines: Attacks in West Bank, Paris
January 11, 2016

On Thursday, three West Bank Palestinian assailants were shot dead and so was an armed man attempting to enter a Paris police station. The incidents were similar but The Los Angeles Times headlines were remarkably different.
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Diaa Hadid, NY Times Respond to CAMERA, and CAMERA Responds Right Back
January 10, 2016

New York TimesNew York Times reporter Diaa Hadid responded to CAMERA's criticism of her Haifa report, admitting that it was incorrect to write that Israel was created by the 1948 war, but rejecting our assertion that the liberal Arab culture she describes in Haifa could happen only in Israel. Hadid claims there's something similar in Beirut, but we prove there isn't. 
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In Boycott Call, Professor Saree Makdisi Flunks On Israeli Education
January 10, 2016

Professor Saree Makdisi of UCLA is unfettered by journalistic or academic standards. He falsely claimed Friday in The Los Angeles Times, “there is not a single high school in the Palestinian communities in the Negev desert in southern Israel.” Actually, there are more than 40.
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PBS at War with Netanyahu and Israel
January 7, 2016

NetanyahuNetanyahu at War has a fatal flaw: war requires at least two parties, and focusing only on Netanyahu, and not also on those making war against Israel, like Yasir Arafat, guaranteed both the failure of the Frontline documentary to document very much at all, and its success at deceiving viewers.
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The Trouble with Textbooks: The Case of the Missing Correction
January 7, 2016

Call it the case of the missing correction and tortured textbook. Westview Press' A Political Economy of the Middle East terms Israel a “quasi-democracy” and omits that in the 2014 war, Hamas attacked Israel first. There'll be a quiz Tuesday.
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Hezbollah Starving 40,000 Civilians: Media AWOL
January 6, 2016

40,000 civilians in the Syrian town of Madaya are slowly starving due to a siege by the pro-Assad, Iranian-funded terrorist movement, Hezbollah. U.S. media coverage has been largely absent.

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Year-End Globe and Mail Article Blames Israel for Ills in Region
January 6, 2016

Toronto's Globe and Mail is considered Canada's most prestigious and influential newspaper but  Global Affairs reporter Patrick Martin misleads readers with a one-sided account of the conflict that indicts Israel and all but ignores Palestinian terrorism.
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