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CAMERA Clarifies About Reuters, Shuafat
January 12, 2014

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

Ariel SharonWith the death of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon the usual media falsehoods about him, for example regarding Sabra and Shatilla, or the sparking of the second intifada, once again need to be of debunked.
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New York Times Coverage of Incitement: A Step in the Right Direction
January 7, 2014

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CAMERA's Israel office today prompts correction of an Op-Ed by Hebrew University political scientist Shlomo Avineri who erroneously wrote yesterday that Nelson Mandela "never visited Israel"
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Reporters without Borders, Committee to Protect Journalists Undermine Free Press
December 10, 2013

Reporters without Borders claims to promote freedom of the press and of information. The Committee to Protect Journalists says it speaks for endangered news media representatives. But refusal to distinguish between press and propagandist, especially when it comes to Israel, undermines their credibility.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction on Bedouins
December 9, 2013

CAMERA's Israel office has prompted correction of a New York Times photo caption which grossly overstated the number of Bedouins facing relocation a short distance according to the controversial Prawer-Begin plan.
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Meet the Ramahis, Family of 'Peace'
December 9, 2013

If the al-Ramahi family genuinely supports "the Oslo agreements, peace" they have a funny way of showing it. Wajih, killed Saturday, may be the third son to have died while attacking Israelis.
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CAMERA Prompts USA Today Correction on Green Line
December 8, 2013

CAMERA's Washington DC office prompts correction of a USA Today article in which the Green Line, an armistice line, was incorrectly described as an internationally recognized border.
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CiF Watch Prompts Economist Correction
December 5, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a rare correction at the Economist on an article which incorrectly reported on American Jewish views on Israel and Iran.
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Presspectiva Prompts Ha'aretz Correction on EU Plan
December 5, 2013

Presspectiva, CAMERA's Hebrew affiliate, today prompts Ha'aretz corrections in both English and Hebrew on a Moshe Arens Op-Ed which incorrectly stated that the EU's Horizon 2020 initiative would prohibit funding to Israeli scientists residing over the Green Line.
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CiF Watch Prompts Guardian Correction of Livni Quote
November 27, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a Guardian correction of an Op-Ed in which Michael Brull truncated a quote by Tzipi Livni, misrepresenting her description of the Palestinian view on settlements as her own view.
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EAST JERUSALEM: Setting the Record Straight
November 21, 2013

One of the main obstacles to previous peace-making efforts in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict has been the issue of dividing Jerusalem. There is no doubt that these competing demands and claims will be difficult to reconcile. It is made all the more difficult by a media that errs or misleads on the topic. This backgrounder addresses common media misrepresentations regarding Jerusalem.
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NPR Host Obstructs Balanced Discussion on Iran
November 21, 2013

NPR's Tom Ashbrook hosted a discussion of the proposed interim deal with Iran over its nuclear program  but repeatedly interrupted the guest expert who opposed the deal.
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Thomas Friedman and the "Israel Lobby"
November 21, 2013

In the latest of his self-referential columns, Thomas Friedman once again invokes the ugly, anti-Semitic specter of a nefarious “Israeli lobby” that uses Jewish money and votes to corrupt American lawmakers in order to mold U.S. policy to Israel’s benefit and American harm.
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New York Times Admits Photo "Wrong," Ignores Larger Phenomenon
November 19, 2013

Even as Public Editor Margaret Sullivan admitted it was a mistake to feature the photo of the mother of a Palestinian murderer, The New York Times pattern of bad judgment continued.
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The NYT on Israel, Iran: What's the Deal?
November 19, 2013

A New York Times editorial falsely claims that Israel has been "inveighing against any deal" with Iran despite the fact that Israeli leaders on numerous occasions have spoken out in favor of a "good deal."
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60 Minutes Corrects Benghazi, Not on Israel
November 14, 2013

CBS News, led by chairman Jeff Fager (left), has made it clear. There are some subjects that get fairer treatment than others.

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‘Palestinian Narrative’: Washington Post Week with Journalistic Tar Baby
November 13, 2013

Mix negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, U.S. efforts to push Israeli-Palestinian talks and Secretary of State John Kerry's diplomatic shuttle. Pour over deadlines. What do you get? Washington Post omission of Arab-Israeli basics.
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New York Times Increasingly Resembles Glenn Greenwald's Advocacy Journalism
November 12, 2013

A few weeks ago, a former New York Times executive editor defended his newspaper's style of "impartial" journalism against the partisan advocacy journalism championed by Glenn Greenwald. Even as he was doing so, his newspaper continued to mix news with opinion.
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Film Review: 5 Broken Cameras
November 12, 2013

5 Broken Cameras is an Palestinian-Israeli film of the daily life and activism of a Palestinian film-maker and his fellow villagers' opposition to the Israeli security fence and Jewish settlement. But controversial scenes showing unprovoked aggression by Israeli soldiers did not really happen as shown in the film.
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NYT Corrects: Israel Does Not Advance 3,500 New Settlements
November 8, 2013

In the first media correction prompted by CAMERA's Israel office since this week's opening of its Jerusalem hub, the International New York Times corrects an article which had incorrectly reported that Israel advances plans for 3,500 new settlements.
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NYT Part II: Telling Readers How to Think About Palestinians
November 6, 2013

Every couple of years the newspaper runs an article that ostensibly focuses on Palestinian anti-Israel indoctrination. But not only do these articles ignore the worst examples of Palestinian incitement, they inevitably soft-pedal the entire issue, pretending that it is fueled by Israel in order to prevent peace negotiations, or that it is part of a bilateral phenomenon, with Israelis sharing the guilt– something that is clearly not the case.
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CAMERA Opens Jerusalem Hub
November 4, 2013

CAMERA opens its Jerusalem office this week. The new facility is home to our affiliates Presspectiva and CiF Watch and will enable increased activity in promoting accurate reporting in the North American, European and Israeli media.
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Ha'aretz on Prisoners: A Correction, and An Error
October 29, 2013

Following communication from CAMERA, Ha'aretz today corrects an article which had downgraded the life sentences of Palestinian prisoners. But a page-one photo caption also today whitewashes the murders carried out by the prisoners.

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NYT: Telling Readers How to Think About Israel
October 28, 2013

A CAMERA Op-Ed in the Times of Israel explains the latest ploy by The New York Times to influence readers against Israel: Reporters use pejorative labels to describe Israeli leaders in what are supposed to be news stories.
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Book Promoted by Willow Creek Church Leaves Readers Ill-Prepared for Peacemaking
October 28, 2013

Dale Hanson Bourke, former publisher for Religion News Service, has produced a primer about the Arab-Israeli conflict that ignores important aspects of the conflict.

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CiF Watch Prompts Telegraph Correction on Western Wall
October 27, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a correction on a Telegraph article which had incorrectly identified the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Temple Mount is Judaism's most sacred site.
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Ari Shavit's Lydda Massacre
October 26, 2013

New Yorker Ari Shavit's Lydda, 1948 is yet another dreary effort at putting Israel under the microscope, at indicting the Jews and Zionists for their many sins, whether real or, as in this New Yorker article, imagined.
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Rihanna, Ha'aretz and Palestine
October 24, 2013

Ha'aretz dedicated a front-page headline to the "news" that Rihanna had demonstrated her pro-Palestinian affiliation at a concert in Tel Aviv. The problem is, it was all a figment of the reporter's imagination.
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CAMERA Prompts Ha'aretz Correction on Gaza Imports
October 20, 2013

CAMERA withdraws a complaint from the Israel Press Council after Ha'aretz corrects an article which had wrongly reported that Israel barred concrete and steel from entering the Gaza Strip for the last six years.
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After Translator Admits Error, CNN Still Refuses to Come Clean
October 17, 2013

CAMERA's Op-Ed in The Times of Israel describes how CNN's translator told NBC and NPR that CNN and its star reporter Christiane Amanpour are wrong.
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Journalism Professor Says Al-Jazeera America Shows its Bias
October 17, 2013

Stephen Harper, a Temple Univ. journalism professor, says Qatar's rulers funded Al-Jazeera America to get a seat at the political table. Judging by recent anti-Israel segments, perhaps also to undermine a particular U.S. ally.
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CiF Watch Prompts Correction on Prisoner Sperm Story
October 16, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted correction of a Guardian article which had downplayed the crime of a Palestinian prisoner whose sperm was reportedly smuggled out of an Israeli jail.
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UPDATED: PRI Downplays and Ignores Genocidal Rhetoric in Iran
October 16, 2013

Aaron Schacter, a substitute host at The World broadcast by Public Radio International, recently downplayed and tittered at genocidal hate speech coming from Iranian leaders.

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CAMERA Monograph: Indicting Israel: New York Times Coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
October 15, 2013

With The New York Times continuing to eschew objectivity and utilize a double standard in its coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict, we are making available for free online the full text of our six-month study of the newspaper's coverage. The study, which until now was available only as a hard copy, details how the newspaper treats Israel with a harsher standard, omits context, and shows a clear preference for the Palestinian narrative.
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Another Week, Another Example of Bias at The New York Times
October 10, 2013

Nearly every week, The New York Times provides another example of its bias against Israel. The most recent is an article about a meeting of Knesset members with Palestinian president Abbas in Ramallah.  Unlike other accounts, Rudoren's article becomes a vehicle to denigrate Israel's leader, with the injection of editorial comments and opinion to portray him as an obstructionist compared to the Palestinian leader who is shown as a peacemaker.
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Presbyterian "Peacemakers" Go Off the Rails, Again
October 10, 2013

The Israel Palestine Mission Network of the PC (USA), an organization founded by that denomination's 2004 General Assembly, has issued a press release that demonizes Israel.
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CiF Watch Prompts Correction on Fisk Op-Ed
October 6, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a correction on an Independent Op-Ed by Robert Fisk in which he had falsely claimed that Benjamin Netanyahu called Hassan Rouhani an "anti-Semite."
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New York Times Indicts Israeli Leader For Speech Exposing Iran
October 4, 2013

-That the New York Times views Israel through a jaundiced eye is not news to those who read the newspaper's editorial page. But how does this perspective color news coverage? The newspaper's recent editorial and news article about Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's Oct. 1 address to the United Nations General Assembly provide a case study.
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Children’s Rights Group Using a Blood Libel Against Israel to Raise Money?
October 4, 2013

Ivan Karakashian from Defense for Children Palestine tells a story of 12-year-old Atta Sabah, (left), being shot in cold blood by an Israeli soldier. The story does not hold water.
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Southern New Hampshire Newspaper Defames Israel and Jews
October 2, 2013

 The Keene Sentinel, which serves Southern New Hampshire has published numerous letters accusing Israel of harvesting Palestinian organs and of responsibility for the 9-11 attacks.
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The LA Times' Ongoing Assault on Israel
October 2, 2013

 
There they go again! Radical professors espousing the demise of Israel are an apparent favorite of LA Times editors who once more give a platform to extremist academic Neve Gordon.
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Is CNN Conducting PR Campaign for the Iranian Regime?
October 1, 2013

CNN's utopian portrait of Jews living comfortably in a tolerant and benevolent Islamic Iranian regime avoids the more difficult questions, as does its interview with a Jewish-Iranian official.
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Journalists Trip Over Gaza-Bound Construction Materials
October 1, 2013

While the AP corrects an article which erroneously reported that Israel hasn't allowed construction materials into Gaza in six years, Ha'aretz has yet to correct its print coverage.
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Now Showing at the Newseum: “Feckless Attraction”
October 1, 2013

The Washington Post's Walter Pincus clambered back on his anti-Israel hobby horse, implying Israel's presumptive nuclear arms program deserved the same treatment as Iran's. False analogies and superficial reasoning -- hallmarks of Pincus' approach to U.S.-Israel relations -- invalidate the commentary.  
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The West Must Not Ignore the Plight of Christians in the Muslim World
October 1, 2013

It is time for Christians who have lived in Muslim-majority countries to start telling their stories of suffering.

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Guardian Corrects: Jews Didn't Storm the Mosque
September 29, 2013

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, prompted correction of a Guardian photo caption which had falsely stated that Jewish settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
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Personifying C-SPAN's Tolerance of Anti-Israel, Anti-Jewish Callers
September 26, 2013

Steve Scully, the network’s political editor and senior executive producer, exemplifies Washington Journal's chronic problem of program hosts tolerating callers’ anti-Jewish racism and anti-Israel defamation including blaming Jews for problems throughout the world.
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UPDATED: Rouhani Fever and CNN
September 26, 2013

As news organizations blatantly mischaracterize statements recently made by Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, a number of Farsi-speakers challenge CNN's account of his supposed "acknowledgment" of the Holocaust.
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Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown - Jerusalem" Serves up Palestinian Propaganda
September 20, 2013

TV chef Anthony Bourdain's September 15th, 2013, episode of his international cuisine series was supposed to be about Jerusalem, but instead it was taken over by Palestinian grievance theater.
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CNN Update: Some Errors Fixed, Some Remain in “10 Things” Feature
September 20, 2013

Although several inaccuracies were corrected in CNN's feature about visiting Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip, others inexplicably remain.
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New York Times Op-Ed: Wipe Israel Off the Map
September 19, 2013

The New York Times seems intent on putting the very idea of Israel’s continued existence, the idea of real and functional Jewish national self-determination, up for debate. First it was an Op-Ed by Muammar Qaddafi calling for an end to Israel. Now it's a page one column by Ian Lustick.
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CBS Quickly Corrects Itself on Shooter Story, But Not on Israel
September 19, 2013

CBS News, led by its chairman Jeff Fager (left), was quick to correct when it misidentified the Navy Yard shooter, but intransigent when dealing with errors regarding Israel. What's up with that?
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10 Things CNN Needs to Fix in "10 Things To Know"
September 15, 2013

CNN's "10 Things to know before visiting Israel, the West Bank and Gaza" by Matthew Teller, meant to promote a broadcast featuring author and chef Anthony Bourdain, is chock full of factual errors and distortions.
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BBC Clarifies: Netanyahu Has Called Abbas Peace Partner
September 13, 2013

After CAMERA and its affiliate BBC Watch highlighted a falsehood in Lyse Doucet's interview of Shimon Peres, and after a reader filed a complaint with the BBC, the broadcaster appended a correction to their Web site.
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New York Times: Defending the Muslim Brotherhood
September 12, 2013

David Kirkpatrick's Sept. 10 article from Egypt, "Visiting Republicans Laud Egypt's Force," was presented as a straightforward news report but read more like an opinion piece advocating for the Muslim Brotherhood.
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AFP's Timeline of Bias, Redux
September 11, 2013

A lopsided AFP timeline outlining 20 years since the Oslo Accords recounts Israel's counter-terrorism actions while completely ignoring the Palestinian violence that prompted them.
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Christianity in Crisis in Syria and Egypt
September 11, 2013

Christians in the Middle East have been subjected to terrible acts of violence in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. Here is a roundup of articles documenting the violence against Christians in Syria and Egypt.
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After Iranian Twitter Posts, Excitement Overcomes Nuance
September 10, 2013

News reports about Twitter posts by Iranian officials caused a stir in the media. But context and skepticism are important in journalism, even when reporters really want to believe.
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CAMERA Prompts CNN Correction on Israel's Syria Statements
September 8, 2013

CAMERA's Israel office ushers in the Jewish new year with a CNN correction of the false claim last week that Israel has "long called for [Bashar] al-Assad to step down."
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Ha'aretz, Lost in Translation: Nun Too Accurate
September 2, 2013

In the latest case of "Ha'aretz, Lost in Translation," an online English headline falsely states a Syrian nun points an accusing finger at Israel and the U.S. In reality, her targets were jihadists and the U.S.
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New York Times Indicts Israel With Charges of Racism, Again
September 2, 2013

An article by Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren was published on the front page of The New York Times on Aug. 29. It was about Israeli reaction to the turmoil in Egypt and Syria. And, it was the fifth article by Rudoren this year to include accusations of Israeli societal racism or sexism.
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AP Amends Map With Golan Heights
September 1, 2013

Following communication from CAMERA's Israel office, AP editors amend an online map which had placed the Golan Heights within Syria.
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BBC Acknowledges Twitter Error, But Not Need to Correct
August 30, 2013

BBC reporter Wyre Davies violated the broadcaster's guideline calling for accuracy, admitted the Editorial Standards Committee of the BBC Trust. But the ESC seems less sure about what to do about it.
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NPR Ombudsman Blasts Report; Newsroom Says 'Get Lost'
August 30, 2013

When National Public Radio's ombudsman found a three-part news series so flawed it should not have been broadcast as written, the newsroom replied that he should take a hike ... then conceded some of his criticisms. The report was about Indian adoptions in South Dakota, but it could have been about NPR's Arab-Israeli coverage. 
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Christian Century Publisher is a Hypocrite on Racial Justice
August 29, 2013

Rev. John Buchanan, editor and publisher of Christian Century, cannot credibly invoke the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. as long as James M. Wall remains on the magazine's masthead.
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Biblically Based Classic Opera Twisted to Vilify Jewish Nation
August 28, 2013

Rossini’s opera Moses in Egypt, based on the biblical narrative, is the most recent of several opera productions in Europe confiscated to vilify Jews and the Jewish state. Moses appears as a bin Laden-look-alike terrorist leader toting an assault rifle.
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PBS Includes Vicious Anti-Semites in Show About Mohammad
August 23, 2013

Two sources in the PBS series "Mohammad's Life" have said some pretty nasty things about Jews and promote the notion of a civilizational war between Islam and non-Muslims.
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PBS Doubles Down on Anti-Israel Films
August 19, 2013

PBS receives federal funds through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting so it must maintain “strict adherence to objectivity and balance in all programs or series of programs of a controversial nature.” By airing two back-to-back anti-Israel films, PBS documentary series POV violates this rule.
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Electronic Intifada Continues to Struggle With Quotations
August 15, 2013

Just as they lied about Palestinian rockets and New York Times cover photos, about Moshe Yaalon and Martin Luther King, and Ilan Pappé, Electronic Intifada’s authors continue to mislead about David Ben Gurion.
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This American Life Omits Context About Sinai Refugees
August 14, 2013

In a particularly compelling story about Eritreans held captive in the Sinai by Bedouin kidnappers, a recent segment of NPR's This American Life omitted some important context about Israel's treatment of immigrants.
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Washington Post Kerry Coverage Whitewashes Palestinian Arabs
August 13, 2013

 The Washington Post is one of the few major news organizations that still maintains a network of foreign bureaus, and sends U.S.-based correspondents to cover international news. That makes one of its reports on U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry's Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy especially disappointing. 
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More Bad Journalism from Sojourners
August 13, 2013

For a second issue in a row, Sojourners has published a badly researched article about the Arab-Israeli conflict, this time about fighting in the Gaza Strip. This is starting to look like a pattern.
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Who are the 26 Palestinian Prisoners Being Released and Their Victims?
August 12, 2013

The 26 Palestinian terrorists slated to be released soon, the first of over 100 prisoners being released as a "goodwill gesture" to bring the Palestinians to the negotiating table, are almost all murderers of civilians.
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When Peace Almost Broke Out: A Washington Post Mirage
August 9, 2013

 The Washington Post periodical misinforms readers that in 2008 Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas were close to a peace deal. Never mind that Olmert and Abbas have said just the opposite. Once the paper published a corrective CAMERA letter to the editor, but not lately.   
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NYT Warps Kerry's Message
August 7, 2013

Times correspondent Michael Gordon recast Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks to reflect the news outlet's preferred views, echoing Palestinian perspectives and largely ignoring the US leader's focus on "end of conflict."
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CAMERA Prompts CNN Correction on Jerusalem
August 7, 2013

In response to correspondence from CAMERA staff, CNN editors correct an article which incorrectly reported that eastern Jerusalem had been annexed from "the Palestinian territories."
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Preoccupied with Israel, Media Neglect Unstable Arab Societies
August 6, 2013

Recent upheaval in the Middle East has undermined the long-held dogma holding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict responsible for the region's instability. Years of preoccupation with the Palestinians has left the media with a lot of catching up to do.
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New York Times Corrects Iran Mistranslations — Including Its Own
August 5, 2013

After CAMERA challenged inaccurate translations of statements by Iran's current and previous presidents, The New York Times corrected its article.
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The New York Times Romanticizes Palestinian Stone Throwers and Ignores Their Victims
August 5, 2013

Stones kill, maim, wound and change people's lives forever. But you wouldn't know that from The New York Times front page article about Palestinian stone throwers. Rather, this was a story romanticizing the Palestinian perpetrators. It is they – not the Israeli dead and injured – who are presented as victims, "provoked by the situation," forced into a futile hobby, only to be arrested and incarcerated by fierce, powerful Israeli soldiers.
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Taybeh’s Population Fluctuates Wildly
August 1, 2013

The population of the last Christian town in the West Bank is hard to pin down.

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Pre-Oslo Prisoners and Their Crimes
July 29, 2013

To understand the sensitivity of the debate over Israel's decision to release convicted Palestinian terrorists, one must know who these prisoners are and what crimes they committed. CAMERA provides a list.
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