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CAMERA Prompts Hill Headline Correction on 'Palestine'
January 24, 2017

After contact from CAMERA, The Hill commendably changed an inaccurate headline

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On Annexation and Jerusalem Building, Shady News in The Los Angeles Times
January 24, 2017

"Members of Netanyahu's coalition are pushing for a parliamentary bill to annex Maale Adumim," reports The Times, completely ignoring the most significant development: the Prime Minister shelved the vote. Shady news or honest journalism?
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The Gray Lady Doth Protest Too Much
January 24, 2017

A New York Times ad campaign promises to give readers "truth" and "fact-based" journalism. The record shows something else entirely.
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Times of Israel Corrects Palestinian Figure for Gaza Casualties
January 23, 2017

CAMERA prompts correction of a Times of Israel article which overstated Palestinian reports regarding the number of Gazans killed Aug. 1, 2014, during heavy Israeli bombardment aimed at a rescuing soldier Hadar Goldin.
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New York Times Rewrites Paris Conference Communiqué, Invents Trump Vow
January 20, 2017

The newspaper reports that Donald Trump vowed to support Israel "no matter what," and that a Paris declaration calls for a return to the 1967 lines. These are unabashed inventions on the part of the newspaper.
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Catholic Charity Sometimes Gets it Right About Jihadism
January 19, 2017

One, the quarterly magazine published by the Catholic Near East Welfare Association founded by the Vatican in 1926, sometimes gets it right about jihadism and the impact of Islamic supremacism on Christians and other minorities in the Middle East.
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New York Times Fabricates Palestinian Support for ‘Two States for Two Peoples’
January 19, 2017

The New York Times tells readers the Palestinian Authority accepts the idea of two states for two peoples. What do Palestinian leaders say? "Never."
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Another Biased Report by Fox News' Conor Powell
January 16, 2017

Reporting on the January 15th Mideast peace conference, Fox News correspondent Conor Powell substituted balanced reporting and informed analysis with partisan, parroted phrases and biased, unsupported assertions.
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CAMERA Notes Palestinian Intransigence in the Richmond Times-Dispatch
January 16, 2017

CAMERA rebuts misleading claims in the Richmond Times-Dispatch
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PBS Ombudsman Upholds CAMERA Criticism of Ben Rhodes' Settlements Falsehood
January 15, 2017

PBS Ombudsman Michael Getler upholds CAMERA's call for "NewsHour" to correct a false statement by senior White House official Ben Rhodes that Israel is constructing "tens of thousands" of settlements. Meanwhile, "NewsHour" itself remains silent.
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'Thousands' of Palestinians Celebrate Car Ramming Terror Attack, Media M.I.A.
January 13, 2017

Major U.S. news outlets failed to report the most recent example of Palestinians celebrating terrorism

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Preeminent Physics Organization Disseminated Anti-Israel Propaganda
January 12, 2017

America's largest organization of physicists (48,000 members in academia, government, industry), American Physical Society (APS), allowed its member newsletter to falsely accuse Israel of violating the “human right” to “access to higher education.”
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At the New York Times, Special Words Reserved for Certain Territories
January 11, 2017

CAMERA's essay in the January issue of The Tower Magazine discusses the express refusal by New York Times editors to refer to "disputed land" in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, looks at how other disputes are described, and explores what the double standard means.
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Twice Lost, Then Found, in Haaretz Translation: Hamas Exploitation of Gaza Cancer Patients
January 11, 2017

Haaretz's English edition again reports on heightened restrictions for Gaza cancer patients crossing into Israel and again omits Israel's response: Hamas is using patients to smuggle money and information to terrorists.
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Update: NPR Responds to Criticism
January 11, 2017

The NPR ombudsman’s office is trying to dismiss the criticism it has received from CAMERA members regarding its biased article on Israeli settlements.
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CAMERA's UK Media Watch Prompts Telegraph Correction on Israel Embassy Row
January 9, 2017

CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of an Telegraph headline which misidentified the ambassador as the low-level employee of the Israeli embassy in London who vowed to take down Tory minister Sir Alan Duncan.
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NPR and Others Continue to Whitewash Palestinian Terrorism
January 9, 2017

NPR continues to whitewash Palestinian terrorism , presenting it as part of a cycle of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. The knee jerk tendency to whitewash Palestinian terrorism informs many headlines and reports in other mainstream media as well.
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PBS' Judy Woodruff Fails to Correct Ben Rhodes on 'Thousands of New Settlements'
January 8, 2017

Top White House official Ben Rhodes advises PBS "Newshour" viewers that Israel built "tens of thousands of settlements." In fact, over five decades, Israelis have reportedly built 228 settlements and outposts.

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Politico’s ‘Letter from Israel’ is Marked to the Wrong Address
January 5, 2017

Politico parrots U.S. Sec. of State John Kerry's falsehoods on U.N.S.C Res. 2334, and adds some of its own.

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CAMERA in The Baltimore Sun: Israel Isn't at Fault for Peace Process Failure
January 5, 2017

CAMERA highlights flaws and omissions in a recent Baltimore Sun commentary

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Media Ignores Poll Highlighting Abbas' Lack of Legitimacy
January 5, 2017

Two-thirds of the Palestinians interviewed in a recent poll want Mahmoud Abbas to step down as President of the Palestinian Authority. The poll, which highlights problems in Palestinian society that hinder peace, has been ignored by most media outlets.
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NBC's Cal Perry and Ayman Mohyeldin Flub Settlements Story
January 5, 2017

Two ostensibly experienced Middle East reporters make numerous errors on basic West Bank facts.
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The 7 Things NPR Wants You to Know About Settlements
January 4, 2017

In the wake of the recent UN Security Council resolution against Israeli settlements,  NPR editors Greg Myre and Larry Kaplow  purported to inform public radio station's website readers  about Israeli settlements. The piece, however, concealed relevant information, cherry-picking the facts to present a partisan, evasive and distorted view of the topic.
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After Contact from CAMERA, The Washington Post Corrects on 'Green Line'
December 30, 2016

Following contact from CAMERA, The Washington Post changed inaccurate language in a Dec. 5, 2016 article

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Thomas Friedman, Anachronism
December 30, 2016

Tom Friedman is unmoved by all that has changed in the Middle East over the last three decades, invoking obsolete facts and incomplete history.
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Where’s the Coverage? Egyptian Paper Claims US Colluded with Palestinians on UN Vote
December 30, 2016

Major U.S. news outlets have ignored possible evidence the Obama administration worked with Palestinian officials on an anti-Israeli U.N. resolution.
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Updated: The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount
December 29, 2016

UN Security Council Resolution 2334 is the latest salvo in  the Palestinian and Muslim war against Judaism's historical and religious ties to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. CAMERA provides background on this war which is based on Muslim claims of supremacy and fought on multiple battlefronts, both political and violent.
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Did Secretary Kerry Get His Facts Straight?
December 28, 2016

Criticism of President Obama's decision to allow a UN resolution harshly critical of Israel triggered Secretary of State John F. Kerry to launch an elaborate defense. Did he make his case? 
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NYT Corrects Headline on "More Settlements"
December 28, 2016

After communication with CAMERA, the NYT corrected a headline that had erroneously referred to Israel building "more settlements."
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The Facts That Al Jazeera Missed on the Sub Laban Property Dispute
December 26, 2016

In a report on the High Court's recent ruling on an East Jerusalem property dispute, Al Jazeera misses key facts. CAMERA previously prompted New York Times and AP corrections on the Sub Laban case.
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Res. 2334: Game Changer or Not?
December 24, 2016

Thanks to a US abstention the UN Security Council has passed Resolution 2334, asserting that Israeli settlements have "no legal validity" and are a "flagrant violation under international law." Will the resolution be counterproductive, like the settlement freeze President Obama imposed on Israel in 2009? Or will it help advance the cause of peace?

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Times of Israel Corrects: US Hasn't Viewed Settlements as Illegal
December 22, 2016

Thanks to CAMERA's efforts, ABC, Times of London, the AP, and now the Times of Israel have corrected the erroneous claim that the U.S. has viewed Israeli settlements as illegal .

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Wall Street Journal Omits Important Context on Jerusalem Embassy Issue
December 20, 2016

The Journal's Felicia Schwartz ignores Arab aggression and creates a false equivalence between Israeli and Palestinian claims on Jerusalem.
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CAMERA's UK Media Watch Prompts Times Correction: US Doesn't Say Settlements Illegal
December 20, 2016

UKMW prompted the Times of London to publish a correction noting that the US does not dub settlements "illegal," although it does call them "illegitimate" or unhelpful.
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For Second Time, ABC Corrects: US Does Not View Settlements As 'Illegal'
December 20, 2016

For the second time in less than one month, CAMERA prompts an ABC correction on the erroneous claim that "the United States considers Jewish settlements illegal."
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Reuters Amends Captions: Palestinian Killed During Violent Clashes
December 20, 2016

Reuters adds that Palestinian Ahmed al-Remawi was killed "during violent clashes with stone-throwers" after CAMERA protested incomplete captions which stated only that he was "shot and killed by Israeli forces."

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NPR 'Morning Edition' Corrects Tel Aviv Error, Errs on 'Palestinian Land'
December 18, 2016

NPR commendably corrects a reference to Tel Aviv as Israel's capital. But misidentification of disputed West Bank land as "Palestinian land" still requires clarification.
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Times of Israel Adds Information on Controversial Poster
December 18, 2016

Times of Israel adds information reflecting a conflicting account that a second student added the phrase "this is called incitement" along with a Rabin poster to a controversial image of Netanyahu with a noose.
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'Moderate' Iranian President Meets with Terror Group, Calls for 'Jihad'
December 16, 2016

In a largely unreported event, Iran's President received the leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Is Iran planning on increasing money to the terrorist group?

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Time for An Update
December 16, 2016

Will Catholic intellectuals such as Fr. David Neuhaus, S.J. (left) live up to the demands of Nostra Aetate in the 21st Century?
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CAMERA Prompts National Geographic Correction on 'Palestine' Terminology
December 15, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of a National Geographic article which identified the West Bank as "Palestine."
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AFP, Haaretz Amend Reference to Syrian, Palestinian Flag
December 14, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of AFP and Haaretz photo captions that wrongly identified a flag in the hands of a pro-Assad regime fighter in Aleppo. (Updated.)
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CAMERA Prompts AP Correction: Jerusalem is Israel's Capital
December 13, 2016

CAMERA's Israel office prompted a correction of an Associated Press article that incorrectly identified Tel Aviv as Israel's capital. This was a case of an error in the journalistic practice of naming a nation's capital as shorthand for the country's government, i.e. mistakenly using "Tel Aviv" as shorthand for Israel's capital instead of "Jerusalem."
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Amanpour Again Misleads CNN Viewers About Israel
December 7, 2016

CNN star personality Christiane Amanpour tries again to validate her Israel-is-the-culprit thesis – this time through interviewing an Israeli refusenik and a would-be Palestinian suicide bomber.
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Times of Israel Adds Information on Palestinian Violence to AFP Story
December 5, 2016

Times of Israel adds key information about Palestinian attacks to an AFP article, one of two recent AFP articles which whitewashed Palestinian violence. AFP's tilt isn't surprising given its employment of Fatah's Nasser Abu Baker.
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‘Rigorous Neutrality’?: Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate’s Nasser Abu Baker Moonlights For AFP
December 4, 2016

AFP's Nasser Abu Baker is one of 1,400 delegates to the Seventh Fatah Congress. He is also running for the Fatah Revolutionary Council. How does this square with AFP's stated commitment to impartiality?
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Results: CAMERA's November Corrections
December 2, 2016

Over the course of November, CAMERA prompted 24 corrections across the globe.
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Global Ministries Enlists Sunday School Teachers to Promote Anti-Israel Agenda During Advent
December 1, 2016

The Global Ministries of the UCC and the Disciples of Christ is trying to enlist Sunday school teachers — yes, Sunday school teachers — in its ongoing effort to demonize Israel in the weeks prior to Christmas.
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Former President Jimmy Carter Misrepresents Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in The New York Times
November 30, 2016

A New York Times Op-Ed by former President Jimmy Carter misrepresents United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, the status of disputed land, and Israeli military rule in the West Bank ("Jimmy Carter: America Must Recognize Palestine").
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UK Media Watch Prompts Economist Correction: No Arabic Song Ban
November 30, 2016

CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of an Economist feature which wrongly reported that Arabic music was banned from Israeli radio for several decades.

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The Huffington Post's Holocaust Inversion
November 28, 2016

Dana Beyer's comparison of Israeli governance to Fascism is offensive and false
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AP Corrects: US Does Not Consider Settlements 'Illegal'
November 22, 2016

CAMERA prompts an important Associated Press correction noting that the U.S. does not consider Israeli settlements illegal. AP's many clients are also correcting, include The New York Times, ABC, The Gazette (Montreal), and more.

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In Reuters Report, No Counterpoint to What “Palestinian Leaders Say”
November 21, 2016

Palestinian leaders say anti-Israel violence is a result of desperation over the collapse of peace talks, Reuters reports. And what do Israeli leaders say? For that, readers are forced to look elsewhere.
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Christian ‘Peacemaker’ Promotes Jew-Hatred in Promised Land
November 18, 2016

Yusef Daher, a Christian "peacemaker," in Jerusalem is promoting Jew-hatred and lionizing rock throwers. What will his patron, the World Council of Churches do?
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Notorious Anti-Jewish Demagogue David Duke Viewed Nationwide on C-SPAN
November 18, 2016

C-SPAN aired a Louisiana U.S. Senate candidates debate which included demagogue David Duke's blame-the-Jews rant enabled by the moderator and characteristically met with silence by C-SPAN.
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CAMERA's UK Media Watch Prompts Indy Correction on Judaism's Holiest Site
November 16, 2016

Following communication from CAMERA's UK Media Watch, Independent editors amend an article which wrongly identified the Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Temple Mount is Judaism's most sacred site.
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The World Council of Churches Supports Christian Anti-Zionist in Jerusalem
November 8, 2016

Yusef Daher, who works at the WCC-supported Jerusalem Interchurch Center (JIC) in Jerusalem, shamelessly promotes theological hatred of the Jewish state in the name of peace.

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Amiram Goldblum's Numbers Don't Add Up
November 7, 2016

Amiram Goldblum cites casualty figures to argue in Haaretz that Yitzhak Rabin's diplomacy led to a dip in violence, but his numbers don't match data from either Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs or B'Tselem.
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CNN's Amanpour Uses Shimon Peres' Passing to Malign Israeli Policies
November 3, 2016

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, discussing the legacy of Shimon Peres, a former Israeli president and prime minister, used Israeli and Palestinian guests to malign Israel’s policies towards the Palestinians.
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The Washington Post Evicts Context on Palestinian Village Without Electricity
November 2, 2016

The Washington Post, relying almost exclusively on anti-Israel organizations for sources, omitted crucial information in a story about an Arab village without electricity.

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After Palestinian Attack, Haaretz Fixes 'Lost in Translation'
November 1, 2016

CAMERA's prompts correction of Haaretz's latest skewed English translation. Today's article about a Palestinian guard who wounded Israeli soldiers cited "revenge" as a possible motive, noting that security agents earlier searched his home. The English article failed to note it was Palestinian agents who did the search, not Israeli.
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Sayed Kashua's Revisionism: 1948 and 2016
November 1, 2016

Haaretz's Sayed Kashua lashes out at what he calls Israelis' "same lies," but it's he who dissembles. For instance, writing about "Jewish lordship," he implies Israeli Jews murdered two Arab women killed last week, reportedly by their relatives.

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Mae Cannon Brings Her Mischief to CMEP
October 28, 2016

Mae Cannon, the newly appointed executive director of Churches for Middle East Peace, is unable or unwilling to address some of the more intractable obstacles to peace between Arab and Jew in the Holy Land.
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CAMERA Fills in The Washington Post: Palestinian Authority Rejects Peace
October 24, 2016

After a Washington Post article omits Palestinian rejectionism, CAMERA steps in.
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UPDATED: After Contact by CAMERA, The Washington Post Corrects on 'Illegal' Settlements
October 24, 2016

After CAMERA contacted Post editors and staff, the newspaper changed an article's inaccurate characterization of U.S. policy towards settlements.
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Vox Docs Reinvents History, Legitimizes Bigotry
October 21, 2016

A new series of short videos from Vox purports to explain the issue of West Bank settlements. Instead, it distorts the history of the region, and endorses a discriminatory ideology.
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The Washington Post Turns an Anti-Terror Raid into an Anti-Israel Article
October 21, 2016

The Post manages to imbue a report about IDF efforts to prevent Palestinian terrorist attacks with anti-Israel overtones.
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Media Minimizes Latest Palestinian Post-Terror Celebrations
October 20, 2016

Once again, the media turns a blind eye to Palestinian glorification of anti-Jewish violence.
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UPDATED: UNESCO and the Denial of Jewish History
October 18, 2016

For years there has been a concerted effort by Palestinian leaders and Muslim states to rewrite history and eradicate any Jewish connection to Judaism's holiest sites. This includes getting international bodies, like UNESCO, to validate historical revisionism.
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UNESCO Chief Weighs In On Temple Mount Resolution But Gets Facts Wrong
October 17, 2016

In pushing back against the UNESCO resolution casting the Temple Mount as an exclusively Muslim site, UNESCO's secretary general herself downplayed the Jewish connection to the sacred hilltop. CAMERA has repeatedly held journalists accountable for the same mistake.
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Newsweek Sugarcoats Anti-Israel Course at Berkeley
October 11, 2016

NewsweekNewsweek's Alexander Nazaryan accepts anti-Israel propaganda as truth, and ignores legitimate criticism of the controversial UC Berkeley course.
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AFP Adds Key Info on Jewish Visits to Temple Mount: It's Their Holy Site
October 10, 2016

CAMERA prompted AFP to acknowledge that "Jewish visitors to the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound" in actuality means Jewish visitors to their own holy site, the Temple Mount.
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Politico and The Washington Post Get Oslo Wrong
October 6, 2016

Politico and The Washington Post provide readers with a faulty retelling of the history of the Oslo process.

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CAMERA Op-Ed in The Washington Examiner Notes D.C. Museum's Honors for Terrorists
October 5, 2016

The Newseum, a Washington D.C.-based museum, claims to defend classical liberal values, even as it memorializes theocrats and terrorists.

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At WSJ, After Peres's Death, Truth Remains Elusive
September 30, 2016

Reporter Rory Jones omits important history while using Shimon Peres' death to take a gratuitous swipe at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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For Peres’s Death, The Washington Post Provides a Platform for Hate
September 29, 2016

The Washington Post wants its readers to know what terrorist groups committed to Israel's destruction think about the passing of a venerated Israeli politician.

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Contradicting Its Earlier Coverage, NY Times Turns Anti-Jewish Rioters Into Victims
September 28, 2016

The New York Times obituary for Shimon Peres claims Israel "inaugurated" the second intifada. The newspaper's reporting from the time shows otherwise.
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Facts Get Away in Forbes' Gaza Fisherwoman Story
September 27, 2016

If Elizabeth MacBride's article about Gaza fisherwoman Madeleine Kulab is any indication, accuracy and content quality are left to sink in Forbes' blog-based model of "entrepreneurial journalism."
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Gideon Levy Underscores Dubious Claims by Father of Terrorist
September 27, 2016

Haaretz's Gideon Levy interviews the father of Muhammad al-Rajabi who carried out a terrorist stabbing. Nothing in his behavior indicated that he might do this, says his father. But the pictures below talk for themselves.
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C-SPAN’s Palestinian Propaganda Presentation as a “Public Service”
September 26, 2016

Basel Ghattas, Arab member of Israel’s Knesset, harangued a friendly audience at the Arab Center in Washington D.C. on Aug. 25, 2016. C-SPAN aired the anti-Israel propaganda for its viewers.
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In Coverage of UN Speeches, New NY Times Bureau Chief Peter Baker Follows Old Pattern
September 26, 2016

In his coverage of recent UN speeches by Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas, the new New York Times bureau chief erased key distinctions with a "both sides do it" cliché, but made inappropriate distinctions by editorializing about a "brash" Netanyahu.
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BBC News Amends Misleading Portrayal of Israeli Construction
September 25, 2016

Following communication from CAMERA's BBC Watch, BBC amends an article which misleadingly implied that Israel is constructing new settlements, as opposed to constructing homes within established settlements.
 
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CAMERA Prompts Los Angeles Times Correction on Gaza Occupation
September 25, 2016

After an extensive exchange with CAMERA, The Los Angeles Times corrects a book review passage which inaccurately characterized the Gaza Strip as still under Israeli occupation.
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New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof Appropriates the Holocaust for Political Gain
September 21, 2016

Kristof's comparison of Syrian refugees to Holocaust refugees is specious and offensive.
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Media Could Use Some Assistance on U.S.-Israel Aid Deal
September 21, 2016

Some major U.S. news outlets offered reporting on U.S. security assistance to Israel that was devoid of essential facts and context.

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Flailing Haaretz Lashes Out At CAMERA
September 20, 2016

Under publisher Amos Shocken, a front-page Haaretz story sought to smear CAMERA and duck the facts about the paper's unprofessional coverage.
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CAMERA Fills In the Richmond Times-Dispatch on U.S. Aid to Israel
September 19, 2016

CAMERA takes to the pages of the Richmond Times-Dispatch to correct a misleading letter on U.S. aid to Israel.
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CAMERA's UK Media Watch Prompts Telegraph Correction on 'Illegal' Settlements
September 19, 2016

CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of a Telegraph article which wrongly reported that the U.S. government considers Israeli settlements "illegal."
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Forward, Voice of America Correct Headlines on Palestinian Attacks
September 18, 2016

Following a series of Palestinian attacks over the weekend, CAMERA today prompted corrections of two headlines, in The Forward and in Voice of America, which depicted reported Palestinian assailants as victims.
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The Washington Post: Palestinian Anti-Jewish Violence is an Israeli ‘Sensational Charge’
September 16, 2016

The Washington Post trips over itself to attack Israel's Prime Minister, actively ignoring the long history of Palestinian anti-Jewish violence.
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The Washington Times Covers Underreported Iran-Backed Shi’ite Militias
September 16, 2016

The Washington Times provides a detailed look at a frequently underreported subject: Iranian-backed militias.
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Five Things You Need to Know About World Council of Churches
September 16, 2016

The World Council of Churches has been a major player in the ongoing effort to delegitimize Israel. For example, at UN "antiracism" conference in Durban held in 2001, it helped stifle discussion of anti-Semitism and then bragged about it afterwards.
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CAMERA's BBC Watch Prompts BBC Correction on Israeli Book 'Ban' Claim
September 14, 2016

CAMERA's BBC Watch prompts an online correction of a BBC Radio program which falsely claimed that Israel banned Dorit Rabinyan's "Borderlife." BBC Watch continues to urge an on air correction.
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Travel to Alternative Jerusalem Reality in International New York Times (Updated)
September 14, 2016

An International New York Times feature today features a Jerusalem tour "billed as 'doco-theatrical journeys' into alternative realities." The alternative reality of Jerusalem which journalist Debra Kamin describes unrecognizable. Editors are following up on CAMERA's concerns.

Sept. 15 update: CAMERA prompts correction.
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CAMERA Elicits Times of Israel Correction on Disputed Gaza Death
September 12, 2016

CAMERA prompts correction of a Times of Israel article which reported that the IDF said troops weren't in the area when Abdulrahman Al-Dabag was killed. The amended article notes that the military statement that forces in the area fired tear gas.
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CAMERA Op-Ed in Washington Times Notes Al-Qaeda's Iran Ties
September 12, 2016

CAMERA takes to the pages of The Washington Times to note al-Qaeda's terror ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran
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CAMERA Prompts AP Correction on Palestine Terminology
September 12, 2016

In response to communication from CAMERA, the Associated Press corrects an article which incorrectly referred to Palestine. CAMERA's timely work prevents misinformation from wire agencies appearing in media outlets around the world.
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CAMERA's UK Media Watch Prompts Correction of Sunday Times' Israeli 'Atrocities' Claim
September 12, 2016

CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of a Sunday Times article which referred to Israeli "atrocities" as fact. The amended article refers to "alleged atrocities."
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Three Lessons World Vision Needs to Learn
September 12, 2016

World Vision, a Christian charity that promotes child welfare throughout the world need to learn some important lessons from the controversy surrounding the arrest of its employee in the Gaza Strip earlier this year.
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