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Christian Science Monitor Flunks Its Own Quiz on Palestinians
September 10, 2014

The Christian Science Monitor quiz, "How much do you know about the Palestinians?" errs on Jerusalem's status in international agreements, distorts UN Resolution 242 and whitewashes Palestinian violence.

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i24 News Corrects Erroneous Reference to West Bank 'Annexation'
September 8, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a headline at i24 News which erroneously referred to the "annexation" of West Bank land.
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News Media Confusion of Execute and Murder is Deadly to Accuracy
September 8, 2014

News media increasing conflate execute with murder. This is not simply an erroneous word choice. It is, rather, a potentially demoralizing confusion.
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Washington Post Corrects On West Bank 'Palestinian Land'
September 7, 2014

CAMERA's Washington, D.C., office prompts correction of a Washington Post news article which incorrectly referred to disputed West Bank land as "Palestinian land."
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Bethlehem Bible College: Anti-American, Anti-Israel, All in the Name of Love
September 5, 2014

Bethlehem Bible College's Alex Awad (left) recently posted a video on Youtube in response to the recent Hamas/Israeli conflict. The video offers anti-American and anti-Israel propaganda – all in the name of love.

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Rudoren Does It – Again and Again and Again
September 3, 2014

Jodi Rudoren of the New York Times, seems to make so many extremely serious errors it makes you wonder how she can presume to intelligently report on what she apparently doesn't really understand. This time she confuses the relation between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.
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LA Times Corrects Inflated Figure for Gaza's Civilian Casualties
September 2, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times article which cited a grossly inflated figure for the number of Palestinian civilian fatalities in this summer's round of fighting between Israel and Hamas.
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Rudoren Misreports by Ignoring Palestinian Polls
August 31, 2014

By ignoring Palestinian public opinion polls, the Times Jodi Rudoren paints the Palestinians as far more moderate, and therefore the Israelis as far less moderate, than they really are.
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Naomi Shihab Nye Hijacks Ferguson to Falsify Gaza; Washington Post Helps
August 29, 2014

An American poet of Palestinian Arab background strained to equate racial disorder in Ferguson, Mo. with Israel's Operation Protective Edge against Hamas. The Washington Post's standards for online commentary need a serious upgrade.

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Daniel Tregerman, 4-Year-Old Killed by Hamas, a New York Times Afterthought
August 26, 2014

Only a few words appeared in The New York Times about the slaying of 4-year-old Daniel Tregerman. The story of Palestinian violence or innocent Israeli lives lost is not the one the newspaper prefers to tell.
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AJAM and HRW’s Roth Team up to Accuse Israel in Gaza Conflict
August 25, 2014

Al-Jazeera America (AJAM) TV network teamed in August with Human Rights Watch's Executive Director Kenneth Roth to vilify Israel while barely tarnishing the Hamas terrorist rulers of Gaza Strip. This is consistent with the antagonism of both AJAM and HRW toward Israel.
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NPR Interviews Anti-Israel Head of U.N. Gaza Investigation
August 25, 2014

National Public Radio's interview with William Schabas, head of the U.N. Human Rights Council's inquisition of Israel over Operation Protective Edge, sounded like journalism. But its holes made it resemble journalistic Swiss cheese.
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Letter to Boston Globe Rebutting Use of the Term "Occupation"
August 24, 2014

A Guest Column by Moria Paz incorrectly accuses Israel of "reoccupying the West Bank and Gaza." The status of the West Bank and Gaza are clarified.
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On Kidney Transplants, Too, an Israel Obsession at The New York Times
August 21, 2014

A feature about Israel's role in the global organ trade dominated The New York Times' front section last Sunday, providing yet another cogent example of how the newspaper obsessively singles out Israel for indictment while downplaying or ignoring the larger context of the story.
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How Dumb are NY Times Headline Writers?
August 19, 2014

The NY Times headlined a report on Gaza rockets being fired at Israel, breaking the latest cease-fire, this way:  Rockets From Gaza and Israeli Response Break Cease-Fire. So if only Israel hadn't responded, the cease-fire would still be alive? Really NY Times?
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Washington Post Corrects Another Fareed Zakaria Error
August 18, 2014

Fareed Zakaria blamed “Israel and the West” for postponing long overdue Palestinian elections. CAMERA obtained a correction to the Washington Post column, but the thinly spread media figure couldn't quite let it go at that …
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Jodi Rudoren Muddies the Waters Regarding a Hamas Port
August 18, 2014

Jodi Rudoren does her best to muddy the waters about a Hamas port in Gaza, neglecting to tell readers that the same agreement that would allow a port in Gaza also outlaws Hamas and all other armed Palestinian militias.
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Small donut, large hole in Washington Post’s 'From Iron Dome to iron fist’
August 15, 2014

‘From Iron Dome to an iron fist’ occupied half a page in the Sunday, July 20, 2014 Washington Post. It claimed to tell ‘the story of the ceaseless conflict … through historic quotes.’ It failed.
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NY Times' Rudoren Suggests Colleagues Spreading "Nonsense"
August 14, 2014

While explaining why she suggested her fellow journalists are spreading "nonsense," The New York Times' Jodi Rudoren inadvertently revealed that she consciously reports in order to shape a narrative.
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Deconstructing Baltimore Sun’s Praise of Al-Jazeera’s Gaza Coverage
August 12, 2014

The Baltimore Sun’s television critic had high praise for Al-Jazeera America’s coverage of Israeli-Hamas fighting in Gaza. Goes to show you can’t believe everything you see …
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Why Almost No Photos or Videos of Hamas?
August 12, 2014

Journalists, like Anne Barnard of the New York Times reject charges they failed to provide video or photos of Hamas fighters, claiming the fighters were hidden, and that this was also true in previous conflicts, such as Iraq. Do they have a point?
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Al Jazeera's Hamas Rocket Launch Video Disappears
August 11, 2014

An Al Jazeera America video report by Nick Schrifin describing a Hamas rocket launching site in the middle of a residential Gaza neighborhood, and also showing an Israeli attack near that site, has apparently disappeared from the Al Jazeera site.
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Gaza Derangement Syndrome: Anne Barnard
August 10, 2014

Anne BarnardNew York Times Gaza reporter Anne Barnard tweets the deranged suggestion that Netanyahu and Hamas leader Meshaal fight it out with machetes, as if the issue in Gaza is a personal problem.
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Bias at New York Times is Headline News
August 8, 2014

The New York Times story, "Cease-Fire in Gaza Expires, and Strikes Resume," on the end of the 72-hour ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, was yet another illustration of the paper's seeming inability to cover Israel fairly and accurately.
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The Murkiness of Gaza Casualty Figures: One Case Study
August 8, 2014

An NPR story claims 14 Hamas fighters were killed in attempted ambush of Israeli troops, but no corroboration of that number can be found in the daily reports of Palestinian human rights groups.
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Washington Post Corrects About Palestinian Violence, Blockade
August 6, 2014

CAMERA's D.C. office prompts Washington Post corrections after an article referred to a "total" blockade of the Gaza Strip and attributed the start of the second Palestinian intifada to "Israel's occupation and expansion of settlements."
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Analyzing Casualty Numbers, NYT Ignores Hamas Call for Duplicity
August 6, 2014

In a piece meant to be an in-depth examination of casualty claims, The New York Times explains that Palestinian NGOs get some of their data from doctors, but fails to remind readers of Hamas's instructions that Palestinians lie about civilian casualties.
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CAMERA Ad Campaign Promotes Facts About Gaza Crisis
August 6, 2014

Widespread misinformation about Israel's defensive action in countering rocket fire from Gaza has marred all too much of the media's coverage of the recent crisis. CAMERA has today placed full-page ads in five major newspapers, outlining basic facts and reminding readers that Israel is rightfully and legally entitled to defend herself. The ad has also been translated into German and is running in the major German newspaper Die Welt.
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Fool Me Twice: CNN Falls for False Casualty Numbers
August 5, 2014

When Nabil Shaath tells Wolf Blitzer that 700 women, children and elderly civilians have been killed in Gaza. CNN's failure to fact-check this egregious falsehood means the network's viewers are misinformed.
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More Video Evidence of Rockets Fired from Residential Gaza
August 5, 2014

A France24 video report shows children playing next to a rocket launcher just outside the hotel used by many foreign journalists. Next to the hotel is a residential apartment building, and within 100 meters of the site a large, modern UN building. The report also shows a rocket being launched from the site on a previous night.
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On Separation Between Israel, West Bank Palestinians, NPR Deceives
August 5, 2014

"A separation of the two communities is now complete in almost every way," reports NPR about Israelis and Palestinians, completely distorting the porous reality in which Palestinians work, pray and tour in Israel.
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New York Times Stumbles on Human Shields, Occupation
August 4, 2014

The newspaper of record places Israel on the border between Gaza and Egypt, ignores prominent legal scholars on Gaza "occupation," and seemingly invents an authoritative legal definition of human shields.
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Despite Isolated Corrections, LA Times Photo Gallery Still Ignores Hamas
August 4, 2014

The Los Angeles Times' growing photo gallery ostensibly about the conflict between Israel and Hamas still contains not a single mention of Hamas. And, by the numbers, Israeli civilians are on par with Gaza's animals.
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The World Evangelical Alliance Asks Hamas to Negotiate in “Good Faith”
August 4, 2014

The World Evangelical Alliance's appeal for an end to hostilities in Gaza reveals an astounding level of naivety and oblivousness about the nature of Hamas and the reasons behind the conflict.
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Update: A Window into the NY Times Biased Mindset
August 4, 2014

A window into the mindset of New York Times reporters: parsing how Steve Erlanger described the latest Palestinian terror attack in Israel. (This article has been updated.)
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Washington Post ‘Infographic' about Gaza Fighting Errs by Omission
August 3, 2014

A Washington Post online “infographic” Aug. 1, 2014 headlined “The Crisis in Gaza” resembled a slice of Swiss cheese with too many holes. Its August 3 print edition “Life in Gaza” was only slightly better.
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AP Corrects Unsubstantiated Captions Attributing Beit Hanoun Casualties to Israel
August 1, 2014

CAMERA prompts corrections of a series of unsubstantiated Associated Press captions which unequivocally blamed Israel for casualties at an UNRWA school despite the fact that its own reporters acknowledged the circumstances are disputed.
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CAMERA Op-Ed on Time.com: How Hamas Wields Gaza's Casualties as Propaganda
July 31, 2014

A demographic analysis of the fatalities in Gaza during the Israeli military response to Hamas rocket-fire raises doubts about widely quoted statements that 70 percent or more of the fatalities are non-combatants.
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National Writers Union Shills for Hamas
July 31, 2014

In its heyday, the National Writers Union had more than 7,000 members. Today it has 1,200. And like other institutions in decline in the United States, its leadership has resorted to attacking Israel with a troubling virulence.
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BBC: Israel, Gaza and Hamas
July 30, 2014

BBC interviews of Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness, and Hamas leader Khalid Meshall illustrate, once again, the BBC's profound bias against Israel and in favor of Israel's critics, even if they are, like, Meshall, genocidal jihadists.
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Brookings Doha Gaza Analysis Tarnishes Brookings D.C.
July 30, 2014

The Brookings Institution is an old-line, Washington, D.C. establishment think tank, leaning center-left. Brookings Doha, its six-year-old Qatari affiliate, may be something else again, judging by its location and a recent analysis of the Israel-Hamas war by its research director.
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CNN Corrects: Criticism of Israel from UN, not US, Official
July 30, 2014

CAMERA staff prompts a CNN correction of a broadcast which erroneously stated that an American human rights official criticized Israel for alleged crimes against humanity. In fact, the official in question was from the United Nations.
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In LA Times Gaza-Israel Photo Slideshow, Hamas Not in Picture
July 30, 2014

A Los Angeles Times online gallery of 75 images of the Israeli-Gaza conflict includes not a single image of a Hamas fighter, funeral, or rocket. Nor do any of the captions mention the word "Hamas." "Rocket" appears exactly once.
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Medical Journal The Lancet Infected with Anti-Israel Bias
July 30, 2014

The medical journal The Lancet has a sad history of publishing anti-Israel pieces so it is not surprising editors have featured an anti-Israel screed replete with falsehoods, mischaracterizations, important omissions and unsubstantiated accusations.
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The LA Times Corrects: Bloomberg Flew El Al, Not Private Jet
July 30, 2014

CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times letter to the editor which falsely stated that New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg flew a private jet to Israel. In fact, Bloomberg flew El Al to protest the FAA ban.
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WSJ Reporters Delete Twitter Posts Implicating Hamas
July 29, 2014

For the second time in a week, Wall Street Journal reporters deleted Twitter posts that might make Hamas uncomfortable. If the censorship can be understood as a necessary evil to keep reporters safe, the refusal of editors tell readers they aren't getting the full story is unjustifiable.
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Excessive Force: Israel, Hamas and the Gaza Conflict
July 28, 2014

The recent fighting between Israel and Hamas has led to charges Israel is employing disproportionate and excessive force. Are these charges justified? How does Israeli use of force compare to that by other countries and by the UN itself?
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CAMERA Counters News & Observer 'Misplaced Anger'
July 25, 2014

Israel's “inhumane acts” in the Gaza Strip were the target of a News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) letter-writer. A CAMERA rebuttal exposed the misguided critic's false premises for the paper's audience in the state's universities-research “Triangle” region.
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Despite Murkiness, AFP Blames Israel for Attack on UNRWA School
July 25, 2014

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon himself says "circumstances are still unclear" regarding the tragic civilian deaths at an UNRWA school yesterday, but AFP reports as fact: Israel is responsible.
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Robert Mackey Pulls New York Times to Extremes of Bias
July 25, 2014

Thanks to its partisan journalist Robert Mackey, The New York Times is loaded with the type of extremists who cheer the death of Israelis, rant about the "Zionist butcher regime," and call for Israel to disappear.
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CAMERA Op-Ed in El Mundo: Hamas, An Ethical Dilemma
July 24, 2014

A CAMERA Op-Ed by Masha Gabriel setting the record straight about distorted journalism regarding the Hamas-Israel confrontations was published in El Mundo, one of the two primary Spanish-language newspapers in the world. 

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UNICEF's Pernille Ironside Mum on Rockets in UNRWA Schools
July 24, 2014

UNICEF's mission involves "creating protective environments for children," so why is Pernille Ironside silent about Hamas' placement of rockets in schools run by UNRWA, a sister agency? In a softball "Newshour" interview, Gwen Ifill doesn't ask.
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Fox News Airs Two Remarkable Interviews
July 23, 2014

Though there has been much skewed, inaccurate and incomplete coverage of the Israel-Gaza conflict, some of the programs on the Fox News Channel have featured interviews with refreshingly honest guests.
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More Anti-Israel Bias from The New York Times' Jodi Rudoren
July 22, 2014

A front-page analysis of Palestinian and Israeli societal attitudes by Jodi Rudoren provides an exemplar of how the newspaper inverts the truth, cherry-picks citations, omits relevant and crucial information to stack the deck against Israel and portray it as the primary culprit in the conflict.
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NPR's Diane Rehm Plays Gaza Wild Card: Herself
July 22, 2014

When Israel is the topic, moderator Diane Rehm tends to tilt the guest list on her National Public Radio show in a pro-Arab direction. When that is not enough, she puts her own hand on the scale. Case in point: Her July 22 broadcast.  
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Mondoweiss Welcomed Warmly on NPR
July 21, 2014

A July 11 NPR segment of On The Media with host Brooke Gladstone was one for the books. A program that supposedly examines media coverage of events was itself a platform for blatant media bias.
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The Battle in Shejaiyya
July 21, 2014

The battle in the Shejaiyya neighborhood of Gaza City has been much in the news due to heavy casualties on both sides. Here are excerpts from important articles about the battle by two of Israel's leading journalists, Ron Ben Yishai and Nahum Barnea. The articles were published in the Israeli newspaper Yediot Achronot, and the translation is by CAMERA.
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Top Nine Gaza Media Myths
July 21, 2014

With Israeli ground forces now fighting in Gaza, after ceaseless Hamas attacks against Israel, the usual media myths and misrepresentations about Gaza are being recycled, with some new ones thrown in.
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Nicholas Kristof Does it Again
July 20, 2014

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, whose last column on the conflict between Hamas and Israel was wildly off target, misfires again in his current column, Who's Right and Wrong in the Middle East? Maybe he should try a different topic.
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'Premature Palestinian Empathy Syndrome' -- CAMERA Op-Ed
July 20, 2014

Almost at the start of Operation Protective Edge some journalists fixated on noncombatant fatalities in the Gaza Strip and a mistaken interpretation of “proportionality” in warfare. A CAMERA Op-Ed in five Jewish weeklies helped provide perspective.
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Nicholas Kristof Targets Israel
July 19, 2014

Nicolas KristofWith rare exceptions the New York Times just can't get it right on Israel, and the op-ed page is no exception. The latest example: a column by Nicholas Kristof, which says Israel has a right to defend itself from Hamas rocket attacks, then immediately reverses course.
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Daoud Kuttab's Delusional Mahmoud Abbas Apologia in Washington Post
July 17, 2014

Daoud Kuttab’s Washington Post Op-Ed, “The end of Abbas’s peace policy” (July 17) attempted to whitewash Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ evanescent unity government with Hamas and blame Israel for Palestinian inability to make peace. Here’s the CAMERA rebuttal The Post didn’t print: 

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Exhibit B: USA Today Gaza Commentary an Inch Deep
July 16, 2014

USA Today’s editorial page writers apparently weren’t reading their paper’s news coverage of Israel's “Operation Preventive Edge” against Hamas’ attacks. An editorial and Op-Ed made similar, dangerously foolish points.
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As Cease-fire Fails, Some Headlines Fail to Explain Why
July 15, 2014

Not every headline writer could figure out how to convey the straightforward news of an cease-fire respected by Israel and rejected by Hamas.
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Exhibit A: USA Today's Well-Balanced Gaza Reporting
July 15, 2014

USA Todays hard news and feature coverage of Israel's “Operation Preventive Edge” was better than that of many wealthier or “prestigious” competitors. Too bad the editorial page apparently wasn't reading it (See “Exhibit B,” July 16).
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Roger Cohen Distorts Israel Hayom 'Stone Age' Comment
July 15, 2014

Days after a NY Times editorial completely distorted a poem quoted by Netanyahu, columnist Roger Cohen similarly misrepresents Amos Regev's call for returning Gaza to the "Stone Age – a reference to demilitarization and nothing more.
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NY Times Double Standard Strikes Again
July 14, 2014

The New York Times has done it again. While it jumps to issue blanket, front page condemnations of Israeli society as "racist" whenever the opportunity arises, such sweeping moral conclusions seem to be absent when the target isn't Israel.
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CNN's Michael Holmes Praises UNRWA Man's Gaza Lies
July 14, 2014

UNRWA spokesman Adnan Abu Hasna blatantly lies about conditions in Gaza -- claiming there is no water or electricity, and that no one may leave -- and CNN's Michael Holmes praises him: "you raise incredibly important points."
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Munayyer Tries to Hijack CNN Interview on Gaza
July 14, 2014

Yousef Munayyer, executive director of the Jerusalem Fund, tried to evade not only CNN interviewer Kate Boulduan but also the facts about Israel-Hamas fighting in the Gaza Strip. For him, being a Palestinian mouthpiece apparently means misrepresenting reality whenever possible.
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Reporting of Casualties in Gaza
July 14, 2014

The age ranges of the fatalities in the Gaza Strip in fighting between July 7 and July 14 according to an Al Jazeera list.
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MSNBC, NBC Ignore Hamas' Human Shields
July 13, 2014

NBC and MSNBC miss the reason for the "rather lopsided conflict." The Israeli government invests in protecting its civilians and also tries to warn Gaza's civilians away from danger. Hamas, in contrast, serves up its civilians as human shields.
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CAMERA Highlights 'False Equivalence' in Baltimore Sun
July 12, 2014

 The Baltimore Sun’s editorial “A dangerous turning point in Israel” (July 8) early in “Operation Protective Edge,” erroneously posited mirror-image “growing vigilantism in Israel and the occupied territories.” A CAMERA letter, “False equivalence” (July 12) corrected those distortions.
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As Hamas Targets Israel, Erlanger and the NY Times Join In
July 11, 2014

After three Israeli teens were murdered by Palestinian terrorists, and one Palestinian teen was murdered by Jewish terrorists, Steven Erlanger could reach only one conclusion: Jewish teens hate Arabs and Israeli society is to blame.
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Diana Buttu, Who Tangled With CNN Reporter, Has History of Falsehoods
July 11, 2014

Since anti-Israel activist Diana Buttu has a history of on-air fabrications, a tough interviewing style, as she encountered on CNN, seems the way to go.
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NPR's Ashbrook Excludes Pro-Israel Voice Again
July 11, 2014

  Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR's "On Point," moderates a discussion of the escalation in violence between Israel and the Palestinians, but excludes anyone to give the Israeli side.
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Rick Steves's Misguided Venture Into the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
July 10, 2014

Popular travel host Rick Steves plans to release a televised segment dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His prior work on the topic raises concerns about the influence of Palestinian propaganda on his understanding of the conflict.
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NY Times Corrects: Netanyahu Immediately Denounced Murder
July 9, 2014

Following communication from CAMERA's Israel office, The New York Times corrects yesterday's editorial which falsely claimed that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was slow to condemn the murder of 16-year-old Muhammad Abu Khdeir.
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NY Times's Page-One Anti-Israel Bias
July 9, 2014

The New York Times' anti-Israel bias is on prominent display today with a highly skewed page-one headline. Completely inverting reality, the headline declares: "Israel presses air barrage and Hamas strikes back."
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NYT Corrects: There Were Jerusalem Clashes
July 9, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction today of a caption in the International New York Times which falsely claimed there had been no clashes in Jerusalem Friday following the funeral of Muhammad Abu Khbeir.
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CAMERA Op-Ed in Times of Israel on NYT's Faux Fairness
July 9, 2014

Once again, a New York Times editorials issues a pro-forma condemnation of both Israelis and Palestinians – before it proceeds to single out Israel for real or perceived wrongdoings, while downplaying foul play on the other side.
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NPR's Siegel Fumbles Interview, Allows Errors Against Israel
July 7, 2014

In a softball interview with Mkhaimer Abu Sada, NPR's Robert Siegel fails to challenge falsehoods about Hamas, Gaza airstrikes and the murdered teens. Nor does either even note the basics about Hamas, like that it's a terror group.
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The Shame of Anti-Israel Propaganda in The Atlantic
July 3, 2014

Ayelet Waldman's article, “The Shame of Shuhada Street,” published in The Atlantic contains errors, glaring distortions and omissions that make this piece nothing more than a work of anti-Israel propaganda amazingly short on facts and historical context.
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Huffington Post UK Corrects: No West Bank Airstrikes
July 2, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts Huffington Post UK correction of a headline which had incorrectly referred to West Bank airstrikes. Airstrikes targeted Gaza, not the West Bank, and were a response to rocket attacks against Israel, not to the teens' murders.
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i24 News Amends Incorrect Reference to Green Line
July 1, 2014

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of an article posted on i24 News which incorrectly identified the Green Line as "Israel's internationally recognized border." In fact, it is an armistice line.
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The Moral Equations of the New York Times
July 1, 2014

Just hours before the three abducted Israeli teenagers, Gilad Sha'ar, Eyal Yifrach, and Naftali Frankel, were discovered dead in a field belonging to one of the kidnappers' families, the New York Times printed an article purporting to demonstrate the "asymmetry of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the value of lives on both sides."
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The West Bank -- Jewish Territory Under International Law
July 1, 2014

 “Occupied territory.” “Palestinian territory.”  “Illegally occupied West Bank.”  These and similar terms occur constantly in coverage of Israeli-Palestinian news. You'd never know that the West Bank is Jewish territory under international law, as Prof. Eugene Kontorovich argues.  
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UPDATED: Anti-Israel Ads on Boston Public Transit System
June 23, 2014

A new series of blatantly false anti-Israel ads have begun running on the Boston public transit system, known as the MBTA, recycling the usual discredited charges, such as alleged Israeli apartheid and alleged theft of "Palestinian" land.

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Haaretz Corrects: Sde Avraham Not a 'Settlement'
June 22, 2014

Twice targeted for attack by Gazan intruders, Moshav Sde Avraham of southern Israel is also a casualty of "Haaretz, Lost in Translation" for the second time. Today, Haaretz corrects: it's not a settlement.
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NY Times, Boston Globe Defend Anti-Israel “Death of Klinghoffer” Opera
June 22, 2014

The only major newspapers to editorially comment following New York’s Metropolitan Opera cancellation of the international simulcast of "The Death of Klinghoffer," The New York Times and Boston Globe, are either unwilling or incapable of acknowledging the stark truth that demolishes their argument for support of the opera.
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Washington Post Correction Policy and Reality Clash
June 18, 2014

The Washington Post says it 'is committed to correcting errors that appear in the newspaper.' Two recent articles suggest that commitment appears to hinge on the meaning of 'errors' and 'correcting.'
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Max Fisher Undone by 'Occupation' Obsession
June 18, 2014

Max Fisher, a former Washington Post blogger now blogging for former Washington Post blogger Ezra Klein at Vox Media -- and legacy media's a bit incestuous? -- is undone by his obsession with "the occupation." CAMERA corrects: It's not the Israeli occupation, stupid, it's Palestinian rejectionism.  
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CiF Watch Prompts British Media Corrections on Kidnapped 'Settlers'
June 17, 2014

CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, prompts corrections in The Guardian and The Independent, both of which had falsely identified the three kidnapped Israeli teens, Eyal Yifrach, Gil-Ad Shaar, and Naftali Frankel, as settlers.
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UPDATED: Met Cancels Simulcast, Now Should Reject Antisemitic Opera
June 17, 2014

New York’s prestigious Metropolitan Opera, under the leadership of Peter Gelb (pictured), on June 17 cancelled plans to simulcast the John Adams/Alice Goodman opera “The Death of Klinghoffer” on theater screens around the world, reducing the potential audience for this antisemitic work by hundreds of thousands. This comes immediately after CAMERA’s successful campaign which led to a deluge of protests via letters and phone calls to The Met, to the media, and to sponsors of the simulcast and the simulcast company.
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CAMERA Op-Ed in Times of Israel Calls Out the NYT Spin on Israel Search for Kidnap Victims
June 16, 2014

Once again, the Gray Lady conforms to its well-worn narrative in which, regardless of the reality on the ground, Israel stars as the wrecking ball of peace. This time, The Times singles out Israeli efforts to rescue kidnapped boys.

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Presbyterian DVD Advances Anti-Israel Movement in US Churches
June 13, 2014

The DVD that accompanies Zionism Unsettled, a publication of the Israel Palestine Mission Network of the PCUSA, furthers the anti-Israel movement in the US through demonization and delegitimization of Zionism and Israel.

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Times of Israel Fixes Reference to Most Recent Fatal Attack
June 13, 2014

After communications from CAMERA, the newspaper amends its breaking stories about the suspected kidnapping of three Israeli boys so that it correctly refers to the most recent fatal terror attack.
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"Free Arabs" Falls for Mendacious Maps, Fictitious Facts
June 11, 2014

Free Arabs is a web site with an independent streak. But on one topic, it seems unable to buck the trend.
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Times of Israel Deletes False Claim About Lenny Kravitz, BDS
June 11, 2014

After communication from CAMERA's Israel office, Times of Israel editors delete the false claim that Lenny Kravitz had "bowed to boycott pressure," which was why he cancelled his 2012 Tel Aviv show.
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Haaretz, Al Jazeera Go Racist
June 9, 2014

Even for Haaretz, which is hardly known for nuanced and sober opinion pieces, Salman Masalha's bigotry reaches a new low. Meanwhile, at Al Jazeera English, a senior analyst instructs a Jewish journalist to show some "Jewish humility."
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