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National Geographic's Palestinian Water Propaganda
July 26, 2017

Numerous Israel-related articles appearing in the National Geographic Society's magazine for many years have contained false history and political statements disparaging the Jewish nation. The trend continues on NG's cable TV channel.
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Haaretz Falsehood: Netanyahu Called Temple Mount 'Religious Site for Muslims Only'
July 25, 2017

In 2015 ,did Prime Minister Netanyahu declare the Temple Mount a "religious site for Muslims only," as Haaretz's English edition reported? No, he said the opposite, "recognizing the importance of the Temple Mount to peoples of all three monotheistic faiths." 
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Boston Globe Op-Ed Upends Rosa Parks Legacy
July 25, 2017

In order to better make its pro-BDS case, an Op-Ed in the Boston Globe insists that measures to discourage anti-Israel boycotts "betray" the legacy of civil rights icon Rosa Parks. But Parks was an outspoken and very public opponent of anti-Israel boycotts
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CAMERA Op-Ed: The Washington Post Passes on Palestinian Incitement
July 25, 2017

CAMERA takes to the pages of the Algemeiner to highlight The Washington Post omitting Palestinian incitement
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UK Media Frame Palestinian murder of Jews in Halamish as a ‘Clash’ Over Metal Detectors
July 24, 2017

UK media turn Palestinian murder of Jews in Halamish into a ‘clash’ over metal detectors. Absent is the history of Palestinian incitement, anti-Semitism and violence, all based on the false pretext of protecting Muslim holy sites.
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Updated: The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount
July 24, 2017

--Once again, the dishonest battle cry to "defend" the Al Aqsa mosque from Jewish plans of takeover, is being cynically used  as a clarion call for violent jihad. It is the latest salvo in a war against Judaism's legacy in Jerusalem. CAMERA provides background on the battle over the Temple Mount, which is based on Muslim claims of supremacy and fought on multiple political and violent battlefronts.
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LA Times Amends Israel 'Refusing Entry' Editorial: HRW's Omar Shakir Has 1-Year Visa
July 20, 2017

In an editorial with a highly misleading headline ("No entry for Israel's critics"), The Los Angeles Times reported that Israel had turned away a Human Rights Watch researcher. After communication from CAMERA, The Times clarifies: Omar Shakir later received a one-year visa.
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C-SPAN Repeatedly Passes off Palestinian Propaganda Film as Factual Documentation
July 20, 2017

In June and July 2017, C-SPAN aired a film promoting the Palestinian victimization narrative. The network had reacted to U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley recently decrying the U.N.’s bias against the Jewish state.
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AP Corrects on Iranian Support for Global Terrorism
July 19, 2017

Why does the State Department list Iran as a sponsor of terrorism? Simply because of "its support of anti-Israel groups," as if backing for Students for Justice in Palestine is enough to get Iran on the list? Hardly. CAMERA prompts an AP correction: Iran supports "Hezbollah and other Shia militia groups, including in Iraq, Syria and Bahrain."
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Palestinian Christian Group Asks WCC to Engage in Lawfare Against Critics
July 19, 2017

A newly established group of Palestinian Christian organizations is asking the World Council of Churches to engage in lawfare against its critics in the West. If the WCC obliges, it will represent a new low for the ecumenical organization.
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Why Spanish People Get It Wrong
July 19, 2017

El País, the largest and most influential newspaper in the Spanish world, has a long history of biased reporting about the Jewish state and the Arab-Israeli conflict.  For several years since 2009, the newspaper's coverage was somewhat more balanced and objective.  But it seems, over the past year, to be drifting back to its previous anti-Israel reporting and its opinion pages have become a forum for anti-Israel activists.
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AFP Amends Captions: Temple Mount Closures Follow Deadly Attacks
July 17, 2017

A series of AFP photo captions noted: "Israel took the highly unusual decision to close the Al-Aqsa mosque compound for Friday prayers, leading to anger from Muslims and Jordan." Only after communication from CAMERA did the agency add the reason for the closure and new security measures: a deadly attack by Israeli Arabs.
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The New York Times: Misleading by Omission
July 16, 2017

A New York Times' article about a July 14th Palestinian terror attack in Jerusalem contains no falsehoods or errors, but nevertheless manages to mislead readers both about Jerusalem and its holy sites, as well as the motives behind the events.
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Newsweek Corrects: Stevie Wonder Didn't Cancel Israel Concert
July 13, 2017

With Radiohead's Tel Aviv performance, BDS efforts are on full display, and inflated media reports of boycott victories again emerge. Newsweek is the second media outlet in as many days to correct the false claim that Stevie Wonder cancelled a show in Israel.
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A U.N. Report on Gaza, Reuters and Polemics
July 13, 2017

A new U.N. report about Gaza noted Hamas' rockets attacks, military buildup, successful and attempted kidnappings, and weapons smuggling, so why was a Reuters interview with the U.N.'s Robert Piper mum on these points?
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The Diplomat Corrects: Jerusalem, Not Tel Aviv, Is Israel's Capital
July 13, 2017

CAMERA prompts corrections at The Diplomat, an online magazine about Asia-Pacific current affairs, which had erroneously cited Tel Aviv, instead of Jerusalem, as Israel's capital.
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The Washington Post Goes Dim on Illegal Arab Construction
July 12, 2017

Washington Post reporting on illegal Arab construction leaves much to be desired, and even more unsaid.
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Times of Israel Clarifies on Stevie Wonder and BDS
July 12, 2017

BDS advocates have a history of falsely claiming victory, asserting, for instance, that Meg Ryan and Bruce Willis cancelled appearances in Israel thanks to BDS. Now, Times of Israel clarifies: Stevie Wonder had cancelled a Los Angeles benefit concert, not an Israeli performance.
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Los Angeles Times Corrects: Jerusalem Is Israel's Capital
July 11, 2017

For the second time, CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times article which wrongly cited Tel Aviv as shorthand for Israel's capital.
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The LA Times, the Bedouin of Khan Al Ahmar and 'Their Land'
July 11, 2017

"Bedouins in the West Bank hold fast to their land as pressure builds for them to leave" is a Los Angeles Times headline for a 1600 word feature about Khan Al Ahmar which fails to report a key piece of information: when exactly they arrived on "their land" east of Jerusalem.
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Jerusalem Post Corrects on Conversion Bill
July 9, 2017

Following communication from CAMERA, The Jerusalem Post removes several paragraphs from an article which falsely alleged that a new Israeli conversion bill would affect American Jews who underwent non-Orthodox conversions in the United States.
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Updated: UNESCO and the Jewish Legacy in Hebron
July 7, 2017

On 7/7/17, UNESCO's World Heritage Committee recognized the Old City of Hebron and the Cave of the Patriarchs, Judaism's second holiest site, as a Palestinian world heritage site endangered by Israel. While the Palestinian leadership and its Muslim allies have often engaged in historical revisionism to negate Judaism's legacy in the Jewish homeland, UN bodies such as UNESCO violate their own mission, as well as fact and history.
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When The Washington Post Makes Palestinians Disappear
July 7, 2017

CAMERA takes to the pages of The Times of Israel to highlight The Post's willful ignorance of internal Palestinian affairs.
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Five Things You Should Know About the UCC’s Recent Vote on Israel
July 5, 2017

The General Synod of the United Church of Christ, a dying Protestant denomination that is losing about one church a week, has condemned Israel, again. Here is what you need to know.
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India Today Corrects: Tel Aviv Not Israel's Capital
July 5, 2017

CAMERA's Israel office today prompts correction of an India Today article which incorrectly identified Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
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VOA Corrects Palestine Terminology
July 5, 2017

CAMERA today prompts correction of a Voice of America article which had inaccurately referred to the Palestinian Authority as "Palestine."
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Haaretz's Rogel Alpher, The Maccabiah Games and Fake News
July 4, 2017

Haaretz's Rogel Alpher outrageously argues that the Maccabiah Games make the 1936 Berlin Olympics look good. He falsely reports that "only Jews take part in the Maccabiah" Games, ignoring Israeli Arabs participants previously covered in his very own paper.
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CAMERA Op-Ed: How the Palestinian Authority’s ‘Social Safety Net’ Encourages Terrorism
June 30, 2017

Rewarding and celebrating those who commit terror attacks has played a particularly pernicious role in perpetuating the conflict.
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Harvard's Sara Roy: All Hamas Needs is Love
June 30, 2017

If Israel only wanted to, it could make Hamas disappear, its military wing evaporate, and its followers give up their claim to Jerusalem. That is what seems to pass for "smart" at Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
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Teen Magazine Promotes Conspiracy Theory from Protocols of the Elders of Zion
June 30, 2017

A magazine that serves to inform the teen community needs to do a better job at setting and enforcing standards.

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The Washington Post’s Cognitive Dissonance
June 29, 2017

The Washington Post misleads readers on Israeli settlement growth and expansion.
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CAMERA Op-Ed:For Palestinians, It's Lights Out at The Washington Post
June 29, 2017

The Washington Post's coverage of the Palestinians focuses on the hardships imposed by Israel. It fails to inform its readers about troubling issues contained within Palestinian society.
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Haaretz (Again) Corrects Inflated Rafah Casualty Figure
June 28, 2017

For at least the second time, CAMERA prompt corrections at Haaretz, in both English and Hebrew, of an inflated figure for 2014 Palestinian fatalities in Rafah during "Black Friday."
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Los Angeles Times Corrects 'Palestine' Terminology
June 28, 2017

For at least the sixth time in over a decade, CAMERA prompts correction in The Los Angeles Times of an inaccurate reference to "Palestine."
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DPA Corrects: Jerusalem in Israel, Not Palestinian Territories
June 28, 2017

CAMERA prompts correction of a DPA (Deusche Presse-Agentur)photo caption which erroneously placed Jerusalem, Israel's capital, in the Palestinian territories.
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AP Corrects About Western Wall
June 27, 2017

CAMERA prompts correction of an Associated Press article which erroneously referred to the Western Wall as "the last retaining wall of the biblical Jewish temple." The wall was a retaining wall for the mount upon which the temples stood, and it is one of several extant retaining wall.
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Mae Cannon’s Distorted Ethic of Care
June 27, 2017

Mae Cannon, a well-known propagandist who used her position at World Vision as a base to de-legitimize the Jewish state, is now using her position at Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) to do the same thing.

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BBC News Changes Headline, Deletes Tweet After Anger at Portrayal of Terror Attack in Jerusalem
June 21, 2017

Young Israeli policewoman Hadas Malka was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, who were then slain by responding Israeli forces. The BBC headline reads, "Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing."
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The Conviction Rate in IDF Tribunals: Is it Too High?
June 21, 2017

What does a commonly cited statistic about Israeli military courts really tell us?
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CNN Corrects On New Hamas 'Charter,' Gaza Unemployment
June 14, 2017

Following communication from CAMERA, CNN corrects an article on the Qatar crisis which wrongly referred to a new Hamas policy document as a "new charter," and which inflated unemployment in Gaza.
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Hebrew Haaretz Says What English Won't: Islamic Jihad Man Was Target of Fatal Strike
June 12, 2017

While Haaretz's Hebrew print edition notes that the 2006 Israeli airstrike which tragically killed several members of the Aman family was targeting an Islamic Jihad member (commander Mohammed Dadouh was killed in the attack), its English counterpart omits this key information.

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The “Pro-Con” Con: Curating Criticism of Israel
June 12, 2017

Although All Things Considered told its listeners they would hear from both Israelis and Palestinians, the selection of guests were curated to ensure a narrow range of views, largely critical of Israel, would be heard.
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Jerusalem Post Corrects: No Police Order to Close Muslim Quarter Shops
June 11, 2017

CAMERA staff prompts correction of a Jerusalem Post article which falsely reported that police ordered shopkeepers in the Muslim Quarter to close during the Jerusalem Day flag march.
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Backgrounder: New Hamas Platform
June 9, 2017

What does the new document say, and what does it mean?
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BBC Promotes Distorted Account of Six-Day-War
June 7, 2017

BBC's Jeremy Bowen promotes the anti-historical account that the Six Day War was a war of choice for Israel and that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict arose as a result of that war.
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Christian Network Celebrates Jewish Victory and National Life in New Film
June 7, 2017

In honor of Jerusalem Day, the Christian Broadcasting Network's docudrama, “In Our Hands: The Battle for Jerusalem,” provides viewers a historic picture of the battle that reunited Jerusalem, and poignant demonstrations of how Israelis celebrate life.

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NY Times: Nathan Thrall's Ode to Palestinian Violence
June 7, 2017

The New York Times devotes 2000-words to an opinion piece that appears to justify Palestinian violence and terrorism as an effective means to chase Israel out of the West Bank. In the process, the article twists the facts and makes incoherent, internally contradictory arguments.
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The Washington Post’s Troubling Trend Towards Israel
June 5, 2017

In its recent reporting on the Arab-Israeli conflict, The Washington Post has shown an alarming tendency to substitute narrative for fact and fiction for truth. CAMERA highlights this troubling trend.
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These Are Your Journalists, Haaretz
June 4, 2017

"These are your soldiers," Haaretz's Gideon Levy fulminates in a vitriolic attack against Israeli soldiers at large, but the abuse in question involves just a single person, and it is not known whether that individual is even a soldier.
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CAMERA Prompts Corrections to Arabic-Language HuffPost
June 2, 2017

CAMERA recently reported on several errors in a HuffPost Arabi article about Jerusalem. Following communication with CAMERA's new Arabic-language department, some — though not all — of the errors have been corrected.
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Radiohead Frontman Latest to Slam BDS Bullying
June 2, 2017

Music giant Thom Yorke of Radiohead joins a growing list of artists who have called out the anti-Israel and often anti-Jewish boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement.
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AP Corrects: Ron Dermer Not 'Trump's Ambassador to Israel'
June 1, 2017

CAMERA prompts correction of an Associated Press story which wrongly identified Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer as "Trump's ambassador to Israel." The error, and correction, were picked up by leading media outlets such as The New York Times and The Independent.
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HuffPost Arabi Imagines Jerusalem Curfew and Settler Ambitions from Nile to Euphrates
June 1, 2017

In Arabic, Huffington Post tries to get away with false claims:  a curfew in Jerusalem's Muslim Quarter, an influential Israeli political stream envisioning the Jewish state stretching from Egypt to Iraq, and Yair Lapid speaking of his father's Zionist yearning for the "al-Buraq Wall."
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Times of Israel Removes False Reference to Jerusalem 'Curfew'
June 1, 2017

Following communication from CAMERA, Times of Israel removes the false claim that a "police-enforced curfew" was imposed on residents of the Old City's Muslim Quarter during the Jerusalem Day march celebrating the 50th anniversary of the city's reunification.
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Reporting on Presidential Visit to Israel, NBC Downplays Palestinian Terrorism and Misrepresents King David Hotel Bombing
May 30, 2017

NBC omits that King David Hotel was used as British military headquarters.
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Wall Street Journal Spins Presidential Visit to Western Wall, Creating False Narrative of Division
May 25, 2017

Reporting by Rory Jones and Carol E. Lee promotes misperception of Israel as increasingly isolated.
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Haaretz's Three-Part Western Wall Error
May 24, 2017

The day after The New York Times correction, Haaretz likewise misidentifies the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. Haaretz also erroneously calls the wall "the only remnant of the Second Temple."
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AP Improves Language on Bethlehem Area Security Barrier
May 24, 2017

The Associated Press inaccurately reported yesterday that the security barrier "surrounds" Bethlehem, when in fact it rings the city on the north and west, but not the east and south. CAMERA's prompts moderate improvement to AP's language.
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CAMERA in The Baltimore Sun: Israeli Skepticism of Abbas is Justified
May 24, 2017

CAMERA takes to the pages of The Baltimore Sun to note Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' anti-Jewish incitement.
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HuffPost Arabi Corrects: Trump's Trip Not the First Flight From Arab Country to Israel
May 24, 2017

CAMERA prompts correction of a HuffPost Arabi article which incorrectly reported that President Trump's flight Riyadh to Tel Aviv was the first direct flight from an Arab country to Israel. Israel-bound flights from Amman and Cairo are routine.
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Reunification of Jerusalem and Media Myths
May 24, 2017

On June 7, 1967 (28 Iyar) Israeli paratroopers advanced through the Old City of Jerusalem toward the Temple Mount and the Western Wall, reunifying Judaism's capital city after 19 years of division under Jordanian occupation. Today marks the 50th anniversary of that day, and the media myths about Jerusalem continue. CAMERA presents the first in a series of films about those media myths.
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New York Times Corrects, Again, About Judaism's Holiest Site
May 23, 2017

The very day that a CAMERA Op-Ed about "fake news" and media bias appears in The Jerusalem Post, calling out The New York Times for repeatedly misidentifying Judaism's holiest site, the "paper of record" errs – and corrects – again.
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New York Times Video Cuts Key White House Words on Settlement Construction
May 23, 2017

ANew York Times video cuts out significant words from a White House statement, completely misleading about the administration's position on Israeli construction within settlement boundaries.
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HuffPost Arabi Falsely Reports That Trump's Flight Was First From Arab Country to Israel
May 23, 2017

Huffington Post's Arabic edition publishes the ridiculously false claim that President Trump's direct flight to Tel Aviv from Saudi Arabia was the first from an Arab country to Israel. That's news to the travelers on near daily Tel Aviv flights from Cairo and Amman.
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Reuters Corrects Six Day War Jerusalem Infographic
May 23, 2017

CAMERA prompts important corrections to Reuters' Six Day War anniversary infographic which had erased Judaism's ties to Jerusalem and omitted the city's Arab population of over 65,000 in 1948 and 1961.
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Who Is Linda Sarsour?
May 23, 2017

Linda Sarsour is a New York-based, Palestinian-American activist who seems increasingly to be at center stage. But who is she and what does she stand for?
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Infamous Anti-Israel Opera Refuses to Go Away
May 21, 2017

Adams' opera “The Death of Klinghoffer” demonizes Israelis and Jews as a group but not so Arabs or Muslims. Despite controversy and generally mediocre music, the opera persists.
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In English, Haaretz Upgrades Hamas' New Document to New 'Charter'
May 14, 2017

"Lost in Translation": Haaretz's English edition repeatedly misidentifies Hamas' new document as a new "charter," falsely signaling that the anti-Semitic 1988 charter advocating the destruction of Israel and the killing of Jews has been revoked.
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New Jersey Jewish News Promotes Anti-Israel Group Breaking the Silence
May 12, 2017

Jewish media -- like all other media -- should get the facts straight.
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BBC’s Knell Tells Audiences Convicted Terrorists are ‘Political Prisoners’
May 12, 2017

When Palestinian terrorists imprisoned in Israel went on a hunger strike, the BBC devoted extensive coverage and depicted them as political prisoners.
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The Washington Post's Jewish Home Fixation
April 26, 2017

At the expense of ignoring Palestinian affairs, The Washington Post remains fixed on Jewish home construction that isn't happening.
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Christian Science Monitor Misleads About Israel
April 25, 2017

A recent Monitor Upfront editorial examined the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in terms of the controversy generated by the existence of West Bank Jewish communities (“settlements”). The editorial's attempt at balance fell flat.
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New York Times Adds Terrorist Background on Op-Ed Contributor Marwan Barghouti
April 18, 2017

The Marwan Barghouti Op-Ed fiasco underscores that while The Times says it holds governments accountable, it exempts the Palestinians. And while it claims to check and uncover facts, it gives a pass to "the facts" offered up by convicted terrorists.
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After contact from CAMERA, The Washington Post Corrects on 'Jewish-Only' Roads
April 18, 2017

After contact from CAMERA, The Washington Post has issued print and online corrections to a false claim in a March 27, 2017 commentary.
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Taxpayer Supported World Relief Responds Evasively to CAMERA Challenge
April 14, 2017

World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the U.S.-based National Association of Evangelicals, fails to address its role in sponsoring a talk by an activist in South Africa who endorsed violence against Israelis.
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The Fake News About "Fake News"
April 10, 2017

A guide that purports to help readers distinguish fake news from real news gets its facts wrong in at least two cases.
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Quantifying the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict's Importance to Middle East Turmoil
April 7, 2017

For years, the Palestinians have commanded the attention of the media, political agendas and campus activism. Yet a numerical examination of the human toll of wars in the Middle East suggests its importance to regional turmoil is exaggerated.
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'NewsHour' Settlements Broadcast Closes With Erroneous (and Irrelevant) Figure
April 5, 2017

Why does PBS close a broadcast on "what growing Jewish settlements in the West Bank mean for Mideast peace efforts" with a completely irrelevant – and erroneous – figure about Israeli military spending? And, after the Ben Rhodes fiasco, will "NewsHour" correct?
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The Washington Post Omits Important Context on Arab League Summit
April 4, 2017

Sudarsan Raghavan ignores Israeli reservations to Arab Peace Initiative, as well as Israeli peace offers
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CAMERA Op-Ed: "In Pursuit of Fake News"
April 3, 2017

A Washington Post analysis insisted that the New York Times is accurate, asking, "If the New York Times is so inaccurate, where are all of its corrections?" Good question. Where are its corrections?
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CAMERA Prompts Herald Sun Headline Correction on Palestinian Attack
April 3, 2017

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a Herald Sun (Australia) headline which falsely portrayed a Palestinian assailant as the victim.
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Opinion as Fact: NYT Retorts to Criticism of Controversial UN Body
March 30, 2017

When the American ambassador to the United Nations criticized the UN's controversial Human Rights Council, the New York Times didn't just report the news. It retorted it.
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AFP Article on Palestinian Incitement Avoids Examples
March 28, 2017

Virtually devoid of actual examples of incitement in the Palestinian school system, an AFP article today gives credence to the Palestinian denial of the widespread phenomenon.
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The Washington Post Soft-Pedals Discredited Anti-Israel U.N. Report
March 27, 2017

The Washington Post uncritically airs the claims of a discredited U.N. official with a history of anti-Semitism.
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Basil Al-Araj, Terror Activist or Young Intellectual? Haaretz's Changing Story
March 26, 2017

Haaretz reported that Israeli forces killed Basil al-Araj, "among the younger generation of Palestinian intellectual and leaders of the boycott movement." Haaretz didn't say that he was also identified as the head of a terror cell planning attacks.
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CAMERA Prompts Washington Post Correction on 'Occupied Gaza'
March 23, 2017

After contact from CAMERA, The Washington Post corrected a March 3, 2017 article that could lead readers to infer that the Gaza Strip is occupied by Israel.
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U.S. News & World Report Removes Erroneous References to Tel Aviv as Israel's Capital
March 22, 2017

Following communication from CAMERA staff, U.S. News & World Report editors today commendably correct erroneous references to Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
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Palestinian Supporters Get Duped By Avaaz Online Petition
March 20, 2017

A petition by the organization Avaaz, purportedly signed by over 800,000 people, claims Israel is bulldozing a brave community into the ground. Signatories to the petition aren't told much beyond that. Here are the facts.
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Who Is Most Targeted in America? Muslims or Jews? Haaretz Corrects
March 19, 2017

"Jews are the least of its victims," Haaretz's Gidon Levy says of hate crimes in America, citing false figures. CAMERA and Presspectiva prompt corrections in English and Hebrew: Jews are the most targeted religious group in the U.S.
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Teen Vogue Promotes Palestinian Narrative to Adolescent Readers
March 17, 2017

The teen fashion magazine publishes factually shoddy commentary.
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At the NYT, Seeing Israel Through a Jaundiced Eye
March 14, 2017

NYT journalists employ a singular set of criteria to assess racism in Israeli society versus others, similar to the double standard they use to condemn Israel for the sort of laws democratic countries routinely use to govern entry by foreigners into their borders.
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CAMERA Prompts NPR Correction on Annexation Claim
March 14, 2017

After contact from CAMERA, NPR corrects a report which wrongly claimed that Israel annexed the West Bank after the 1967 Six-Day War.

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CAMERA Prompts Correction to New York Times Editorial
March 13, 2017

The correction was published after a New York Times editorial wrongly claimed the United States has consistently held Israeli settlements to be "illegal."
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End of Year Scorecard for 2016 BBC Reporting on Palestinian Terrorist Incidents
March 10, 2017

Due to the BBC's longstanding avoidance of coverage of Palestinian attacks in Israel, BBC Watch has maintained a tally of the number of attacks and frequency of BBC coverage.
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Journalist Highlights Switzerland's War on Israel
March 10, 2017

Journalists expose Switzerland's funding of anti-Israel, anti-peace organizations.

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CAMERA Counters Error and Bias in Threats to Evangelical Support for Israel
March 9, 2017

As efforts intensify to delegitimize Israel among Christians, CAMERA's Partnership of Christians and Jews counters anti-Israel campaigns by presenting the facts. Inside: an interview with Rev. Robert Stearns, an important Christian ally.

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NYT Editorial Errs on BDS and Settlements
March 9, 2017

An editorial today in The New York Times errs on two counts: 1) by claiming that the United States "has consistently held that settlement building in the occupied territories is illegal…." and 2) by claiming that a new Israeli law bars entry to any foreigner who supports the B.D.S. movement.
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What Really Happened at Kerry’s 2016 “Regional Peace Summit”?
March 9, 2017

Selective reporting by US media outlets creates a false narrative
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DPA, AP Correct: Lebanon, not Libya, Borders Israel
March 8, 2017

The changing Middle East is only so changed. Lebanon, not Libya, still borders Israel in the north. CAMERA prompts corrections of AP and DPA photo captions.
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