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Empowered 21 and Christians Who Promote Anti-Israel Propaganda
July 9, 2015

Unreflective support for, and involvement with, Palestinian Christian leaders who promote a fallacious anti-Israel narrative compromises the credibility of this global movement and the Christian faith it seeks to propagate.

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Errors, Omissions and Language: Washington Post Israel Coverage Erodes
July 9, 2015

Reading Washington Post Israel coverage recently has been like panning for gold in a played-out stream—more and more gravel must be washed away before any nuggets turn up.

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Iran Becoming Responsible Player -- the Mother of All Mirages
July 8, 2015

As news coverage focused on nuclear talks with Tehran, CAMERA's Op-Ed in The Hill newspaper focused on a media mirage: a “moderating” Iran.

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CAMERA Deplores UCC Vote Targeting Israel with Boycott and Divestment
July 7, 2015

CAMERA responds to the recent vote by the General Synod of the United Church of Christ to target Israel with a boycott and to divest from companies that do business with the Jewish state.

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Florida Newspaper Publishes Hoax Quote Accusing the Jewish People of Controlling America
July 7, 2015

The Ledger, a newspaper that serves Polk county, published a letter that included a hoax quote, allegedly by Ariel Sharon, claiming that the Jews controlled America.
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What The New York Times Won't Show Readers
July 6, 2015

CAMERA's 2011 study, Indicting Israel: New York Times Coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, devoted an entire chapter to "Violence Double Standards" demonstrating how Palestinan terrorism and violence against Israelis is reported through a lens of Palestinian victimhood. Recent coverage of violence in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict demonstrates the same pattern of distortions.
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As Church Votes in Support of BDS, New Leader Lacks Courage to Voice Opposition
July 2, 2015

Rev. John Dorhauer, the newly-elected president and general minister of the United Christ, had a chance to express his misgivings about a BDS resolution passed by his church's General Synod. He did not take it.
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Analysis of NYT Hebron Journal: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
June 25, 2015

CAMERA analyzes what appears to be a biased New York Times human interest story from Hebron, demonstrating its good, bad and ugly sides.
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Washington Post's One Error -- Seeing U.N. Gaza Report as News
June 23, 2015

Washington Post coverage of the U.N. “war crimes” inquiry regarding last summer's Gaza combat made a mistake: Treating it as news, not propaganda.
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CAMERA Analyst Tricia Miller, Ph.D., Appears on Israel Now News
June 19, 2015

CAMERA analyst Tricia Miller, Ph.D. recently appeared on Israel Now News.
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After Israeli Video Mocks Journalists, Reporters Prove its Premise
June 18, 2015

Journalists should understand that the production of a satire video by the Israeli government in no way vindicates their own reporting. They shouldn’t insult readers’ intelligence by suggesting otherwise. And they should take a deep breath before reacting, because they might just prove the very point the video tried to make.
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J Street's Unreported Pro-BDS Partner -- 'Jewish Voice for Peace'
June 18, 2015

J Street objected to a provision in U.S. trade legislation barring compliance with an anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sactions (BDS) effort. Washington Jewish Week coverage failed to mentioned J Street's de facto ally—the anti-Zionist “Jewish Voice for Peace.” Here's the scoop:

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AFP Corrects Regarding 17 'Journalists' Killed in Gaza
June 17, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of an AFP article which stated as fact that 17 journalists were killed in fighting last summer in Gaza. Among the 17 are Hamas and Islamic Jihad combatants and media operatives.
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Jodi Rudoren Skews the Story Against Israel Again
June 16, 2015

With too few exceptions, the New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief follows a pattern of tendentious, shoddy reporting focused on faulting Israel, its leaders, society and policies for the ills of the region.
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Wikipedia Entry on Christian Member of Fatah Omits Crucial Information
June 16, 2015

The Wikipedia entry on Palestinian Christian and Fatah member Chris Bandak omits his role in the deaths of two Israelis during the Second Intifada. A book of essays makes the same error.
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Washington Post Misreports BDS, Gaza War Casualty Debate
June 15, 2015

Lots of information but lack of essential facts tripped one Washington Post report on Israel and bruised a second on the same day. On boycott, divestment and sanctions, The Post still doesn't get it.
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Christian Zionism: The Antidote for the World's Oldest Hatred
June 12, 2015

Through its recent conference in Washington DC, the Institute on Religion and Democracy has established a clear theological, historical, legal and moral case in support of Israel's right to exist.
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Methodist Staffer Demonizes Israel, Reveals Ignorance
June 11, 2015

Janet Lahr Lewis, an official with the United Methodist Church, has accused Israel of genocide and destroying archeological artifacts.
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Palestinian 'Nakba' Revisionism Rebutted by CAMERA in The Hill
June 11, 2015

Another bit of Palestinian historical revisionism and invention masquerading as commentary on The Hill's Congress Blog site, another factual CAMERA rebuttal.

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On Gaza's History, CNN Corrects
June 10, 2015

CAMERA staff prompts correction of a CNN report which erred on Gaza's chronology and used inaccurate terminology for the Palestine Mandate. A misleading caption about access to Gaza remains.

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+972 Corrects Regarding CAMERA 'Conclusion' on Palestinian Tourism
June 8, 2015

+ 972 Magazine editors correct a post which wrongly identified an excerpt from a Los Angeles Times article as CAMERA's conclusion that Israel is allegedly cutting Palestinians out of the tourism market.
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L A Times Lets Saree Makdisi Incriminate Himself, Again
June 1, 2015

UCLA Prof. Saree Makdisi, an anti-Israel polemicist, popped up in The Los Angeles Times again. This time he tried to shield BDS intolerance with academic freedom. Thanks to The Los Angeles Jewish Journal, CAMERA exposed his fraud. 
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Catholic News Service Skewed Against Israel During 2014 War
May 29, 2015

The Catholic News Service's coverage of last summer's fighting between Israel and Hamas failed to include responses from Israeli officials resulting in some egregious factual errors.
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CAMERA Prompts Jerusalem Post Correction on U.N. Resolution 242
May 26, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a Jerusalem Post article which erroneously stated that U.N. Resolution 242 "calls for Israeli withdrawal to pre-1967 lines." The key resolution does not specify from which and how much territory Israel should withdraw.
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What The NY Times, Telegraph Missed on Netanyahu Government Guidelines
May 25, 2015

The New York Times and The Telegraph point to Netanyahu's new government guidelines which don't mention a Palestinian state as evidence of his intransigence. But for decades, successive governments, including those who negotiated, didn't mention a Palestinian state in their guidelines.
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Washington Post Holds Up Palestinian Soccer Red Card
May 20, 2015

The Palestinian Football Association, headed by a convicted terrorist, wants international soccer to “isolate and embarrass” Israel. Superficial Washington Post coverage should embarrass the newspaper.

 

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Statehouse Moves Mark Dramatic Setback for Anti-Israel BDS Campaign
May 20, 2015

In a Washington Post blog, international law expert Eugene Kontorovich reports that state legislatures are pushing back against the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement aimed at delegitimizing and destroying Israel.
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Washington Post, Washington Times Trip Covering 'Palestinian Nuns' Sainthood
May 19, 2015

The Washington Post and Washington Times stumbled in reporting Pope Francis elevation of two nuns to sainthood. Advisory: The pair were Christian Arabs, not ‘Palestinians.

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CAMERA Refutes 'Jewish Voice for Peace' BDS Advocacy
May 19, 2015

The Hill newspaper's Congress Blog hosts frequent anti-Israel screeds, as well as pro-Israel commentaries. When ‘Jewish Voice for Peace' weighed in supporting the boycott, divest and sanction (BDS) movement, CAMERA exposed its many falsehoods.

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CAMERA Corrects Defense News on 'Breaking the Silence'
May 18, 2015

Defense News was among the many news media outlets taking seriously “Breaking the Silence's” claims of widespread Israeli military wrong-doing during last summer's war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. CAMERA's letter to the editor set the record straight.

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Joshua Mitnick's Hit Piece on Ayelet Shaked
May 18, 2015

  Joshua Mitnick, the Wall Street Journal's correspondent in Israel, frequently injects his political biases into his reports. His article introducing Justice Minister appointee Ayelet Shaked is a vivid example.
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Pope Francis Remarks to Abbas Spark Firestorm and Uncertainty
May 18, 2015

Italian media coverage of a recent meeting between Pope Francis and Mahmoud Abbas suggests that the Pope did two things: exhort Abbas to be an angel of peace and call him an angel of peace.
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Washington Post Gives Palestinian Spokesman 'Nakba Day' Foul Shots
May 15, 2015

A Palestinian spokesman takes ‘Nakba Day' tour of Jaffa. The Washington Post takes the bait. It's the latest annual example of a journalistic flight from facts.

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Jimmy Carter Shills for Hamas, Again, Now in Foreign Policy
May 14, 2015

Foreign Policy gives former U.S. President Jimmy Carter space to shill yet again—foolish consistency and anti-Israel minds, etc.—for Hamas. Being an ex-president apparently means some people will listen no matter what nonsense you utter.

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What You Won’t Hear about “Nakba Day”
May 13, 2015

Friday, May 15, will mark this year's “Nakba Day,” the day set to commemorate the “catastrophe” of the founding of Israel. The media will cover Palestinian marches, rallies and demonstrations. But they will likely not include some of the major elements in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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Explicit in The Times
May 12, 2015

The New York Times Opinionator blog presents yet another distortion-filled column by a self-righteous Israeli purporting to reveal the dirty truth about the Jewish state. It is what many readers have come to expect from that newspaper's pages and blogs.
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UC Riverside Lets Undergrad SJP Leader Teach Israel-Bashing Course
May 12, 2015

At the University of California, Riverside, an undergraduate student and Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) leader is teaching a one-credit course clearly intended to indoctrinate students to hate and act against Israel.

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Is there a deal with Iran on Stuxnet too?
May 7, 2015

The nuclear deal with Iran is meant to ensure that the country will, for at least 10 years, be unable to produce enough fissile material to complete a bomb. But what assurances did the Iranians demand regarding attacks – including malware like Stuxnet – against their nuclear program, and what assurances were provided?
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Washington Post Falls for Breaking the Silence 'Report'
May 5, 2015

‘Breaking the Silenceused unsubstantiated charges of abuse by Israeli troops in last summers Israel-Hamas war for its latest headline grab. This works only when media, like The Washington Post, fail to dig.

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CAMERA Prompts Corrections on Aid to Nepal
May 4, 2015

Several media outlets, citing CNN, incorrectly reported that Israel's aid delegation to Nepal was the largest of any country's. In fact, India sent the largest team. CAMERA prompted corrections at the Times of Israel, Algemeiner and i24news.
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Gideon Levy's Swimming Pool Falsehood Resurfaces
May 3, 2015

Nearly seven years to the day after Haaretz's Gideon Levy falsely reported that West Bank Palestinians have just one single place to swim, he extends the fallacy to the Gaza Strip.
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Connecticut College Professor Targeted by Anti-Israel Hate Groups
April 28, 2015

Andrew Pessin, a distinguished philosophy professor at Connecticut College who regularly speaks up on behalf of Israel, is being targeting by anti-Israel activists abetted by a feckless college administration.

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AP, Haaretz Run Temple Mount Correction. Ynet, Israel Hayom Don't
April 27, 2015

Hours after the Associated Press corrected an article about the Temple Mount, three English-language Israeli news outlets published the misinformation. Of the three -- Haaretz, Israel Hayom and Ynet -- only Haaretz has since set the record straight.
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World Vision and the Middle East
April 23, 2015

World Vision, a Christian aid organization works logistical wonders in poor countries throughout the world, but tells a distorted story about Israel and the Middle East.
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CAMERA Letter in LA Times: Yarmouk Refugees and Palestinian Rejectionism
April 22, 2015

Tamar Sternthal, director of CAMERA's Israel office, writes today in The Los Angeles Times that by refusing to admit Palestinians fleeing Yarmouk into the Palestinian territories, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas perpetuates the refugee tragedy started by his predecessors in 1948.
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CAMERA Prompts AFP Correction on Mt. Herzl memorial For Terror Victims
April 22, 2015

After CAMERA contacted AFP about erroneous suggestion that other Palestinians killed by Israeli Jews were not memorialized on Mt. Herzl, AFP amended its article, but without acknowledging the details CAMERA had provided about the Palestinians memorialized.
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CAMERA Prompts Improved AP Coverage on Temple Mount
April 22, 2015

global post correctionWorking in the same news cycle as the Jerusalem bureaus, CAMERA's Israel office keeps the AP's mischaracterization of the Western Wall out of papers worldwide. The wire service also adds key information about the Temple Mount's holy status in Judaism and Islam.
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editorials Fail to Abide by Journalistic Standards
April 21, 2015

Editorials in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette routinely denigrate Israel and its supporters and get facts wrong about the Middle East. The publisher and editors rebuffed a request to discuss the problem.
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Sojourners Attacks Israel, Again
April 21, 2015

In March, Sojourners published an article about the Arab-Israeli conflict that promotes purveyors of misinformation and anti-Judaic polemics to its audience of “progressive” Evangelicals.
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Times of Israel Corrects Regarding Arab Victims of Terror
April 21, 2015

global post correctionCAMERA prompts correction of a Times of Israel headline and article which wrongly identified Muhammed Abu Khdeir as the first Arab killed by Jews to be included in the Mount Herzl monument for terror victims.
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NY Times Covers Palestinian Harassment of Jews, Blames Jews for Tensions
April 17, 2015

A New York Times story covers the Palestinian campaign of anti-Jewish harassment on the Temple Mount and makes a change to slanted language in the piece, but problems remain.
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Is the UCC Headed for Another Bout of Anti-Israelism?
April 16, 2015

The United Church of Christ's decision to invite anti-Israel radical Rev. Mitri Raheb to speak at the its General Synod indicates the denomination is ready to jump back on board the anti-Israel bandwagon that it left in 2007.
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CAMERA Letter Rebuts Roll Call 'Dual Loyalty' Implication
April 15, 2015

A blog post in the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call implied that Congress had to chose between U.S. and Israeli interests over Iran’s nuclear programs and that a Jewish member’s religion played an important role. CAMERA’s letter set the record straight.

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Haaretz's Gideon Levy Spreads His Anti-Israel Poison Abroad
April 14, 2015

Haaretz journalist Gideon Levy is a fringe radical who justifies terrorism, dismisses Palestinian genocidal rhetoric, promotes BDS and dreams of a one-state solution rather than a Jewish state.  Levy recently completed a cross-Canada speaking tour sponsored by a Canadian BDS organization and interviews on Canadian radio, providing an example of how Haaretz and its radical ideologues poison the public discourse by demonizing Israel.
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Washington Post's Kenya Massacre Coverage Short on Why?
April 7, 2015

Washington Post reporting on al-Shabab's mass murder at a college in Kenya detailed what happened. But it slid too quickly over why—the deadly ideology of Islamic supremacism—nearly 150 people died.

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Selective Memory Bedevils Washington Post Op-Ed Contributors
April 6, 2015

The observation that everyone's entitled to his or her opinion, just not to having it taken seriously applied in full to three March 29 Washington Post commentaries—one by that friend of Hamas, Jimmy Carter.
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Review of Rick Steves' "The Holy Land: Israelis and Palestinians Today"
April 2, 2015

It is clear that Rick Steves' and his staff put a lot of effort into this segment. But he still clings to Palestinian myths and won't talk about the religious component of the conflict.
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Virginia State Bar Appeases Boycotters; CAMERA Files Freedom of Information Request
April 1, 2015

The Virginia State Bar, yielding to a handful of complainers, cancelled a study seminar in Israel. Demands to reinstate the trip followed, and CAMERA filed a state freedom of information act request for all documents relevant to the cancellation.

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Washington Post Re-Runs 'Palestinian Narrative' Through U.N.
March 31, 2015

  The Washington Post seized on the departure of an unimportant U.N. official from a secondary position to highlight, as if it were news, the Palestinian narrative about an unrebuilt Gaza Strip and lack of peace between Israel and Palestinian Arabs.
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New York Times News Pages Again Editorialize On Netanyahu
March 31, 2015

It is dishonest of The New York Times to refer to Netanyahu's "disavowal" of a Palestinian state as if that's the last word, without reminding readers that he had subsequently disavowed that disavowal.
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CAMERA Activist Refutes The Hill's Anti-Israel Op-Ed
March 30, 2015

An Israeli-American's anti-Israel rant appeared in The Hill, a newspaper aimed at Congress. So did, a few days later, a thorough rebuttal from a CAMERA campus activist.

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Note to Foreign Desk--Washington Post Editorial Reports News
March 27, 2015

Newspaper editorial pages may be among the least read. That's too bad when, as in the case of a recent Washington Post editorial on Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy, they report news the foreign and national desks often downplay.

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What the Amnesty International Report on Palestinian Violations in Gaza Tells Us
March 27, 2015

Amnesty International this week released a report blaming Palestinians for a much-publicized incident that resulted in the deaths of Palestinian children and other civilians during last summer's war between Hamas and Israel. CAMERA discusses some of the takeaways.
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AP Assails Israel's Democracy
March 25, 2015

AP's Middle East editor asks and answers about Israeli democracy: "Is Israel a democracy? The answer is not so straightforward." What isn't straightforward is the article the follows, twisting, omitting, and stacking the deck in order to delegitimize Israel and absolve Palestinians.
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The New York Times' Anti-Bibi Campaign
March 20, 2015

The New York Times started  'campaigning' against Bibi before the elections and continued after his surprise victory. But when a front page 'news' analysis was redacted to remove mitigating quotes from controversial remarks by the prime minister, the publication further cemented its growing reputation as the advocacy journal of record.
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CAMERA Prompts Global Post Correction on Gaza Construction Materials
March 19, 2015

global post correctionAfter communication with CAMERA staff, the Global Post corrected its claim that construction materials are "are not allowed" into the Gaza Strip.
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National Public Radio Series Marred By Inaccuracies and Omissions
March 19, 2015

  In a series timed to coincide with Israeli elections, NPR's Morning Edition suggests that Israel's claims to the West Bank are illegitimate and its settlements illegal and portray Palestinians as hapless victims who bear no responsibility for their misfortunes
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New York Times News Pages Go Into Editorializing Overdrive
March 19, 2015

Today in inappropriate editorializing: News reporter Diaa Hadid purports to knows what Benjamin Netanyahu thinks (deception!) and what Mahmoud Abbas thinks (negotiations!), while Jodi Rudoren turns partisan opinions into New York Times fact.
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Petty Politics in Washington Post's Israeli Vote Coverage?
March 19, 2015

Did Washington Post news coverage have a horse in Israel's election race? Were nine references to the Likud party, seven to the Labor Party, none in reverse, accidental?
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NY Times Corrects on Jerusalem Arabs' Voting Rights
March 18, 2015

CAMERA prompts correction of a New York Times article which erroneously reported that Jerusalem Arabs do not have full voting rights. In fact, they are entitled to Israeli citizenship, which grants them full voting rights.
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Video of Expert Panel on British Media and Anti-Semitism
March 16, 2015

Professor Robert Witsrich joins a panel of experts in British media coverage to discuss the challenges and dangers faced by the Jewish community in Great Britain.
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Wall No Longer Listed as Associate Editor at VNN, UMC Responds to Complaint
March 16, 2015

James Wall, former editor of the The Christian Century and an ordained clergyperson in the United Methodist Church, is no longer listed as Associate Editor of Veterans News Now, a website that promotes antisemitic conspiracy theories.
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How Not to Help Palestinians
March 12, 2015

Many Christian activists who claim to be "Pro-Israel, Pro-Palestinian and Pro-Peace," tell a story that does not help anyone, Palestinians especially.

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Robert Malley and US Policy on Israel
March 11, 2015

Robert MalleyRobert Malley was just named Special Assistant to President Obama with responsibility for the Middle East, and will be the lead person in the NSC handling US policy towards Israel. The very controversial Malley – and his family – have rather interesting ties to Yasir Arafat, among others.
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NYT's Nick Kristof Blames Israel for Gaza Woes, Gives Hamas, Egypt a Pass
March 10, 2015

The New York Times opinion pages (like the news pages) are sharply skewed against Israel. And Nicholas Kristof adds considerably to the tally of distorted commentary on Israel.
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Mughayyir Mosque 'Arson' Story Flares Up Again
March 8, 2015

In response to communication from CAMERA, Haaretz removes its latest reference to an alleged arson attack on a West Bank mosque last November. It was Haaretz itself which had first reported on an Israeli investigation ruling out arson.
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Two Takes on Netanyahu's Speech in the Boston Globe
March 6, 2015

Boston Globe columnists Joan Vennochi and Michael Cohen offer very different opinions on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.
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Israel Seems to Irritate USA Today Columnist, Repeatedly
March 5, 2015

USA Today columnist and journalism school dean DeWayne Wickham's objectivity slips when it comes to Israel's prime minister. And Israel. And its supporters.
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Saeb Erekat -- Highly Visible, Highly Unreliable
March 4, 2015

Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat is a news media favorite. CAMERA's Washington Jewish Week Op-Ed caught Al-Jazeera America letting Erekat do what he does chronically—fabricate.

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AFP Sets Record Straight on Gaza Flooding
March 1, 2015

Following communication from CAMERA, AFP retracts its video claiming that a "Gaza village flooded as Israel opens dam gates," and publishes a comprehensive article on the "shattering" of a "Palestinian myth."
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In Coverage of Banksy's Erroneous Gaza Video, There's No Such Thing as Bad Publicity
February 27, 2015

Most coverage of a propaganda video about Gaza by graffiti-artist Banksy appeared more like the work of publicists and less like the work of journalists, who are expected to apply skepticism before echoing dubious claims.
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CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction, Raises Question, on Netanyahu Speech
February 26, 2015

After correspondence with CAMERA staff, The New York Times has corrected an error about Benjamin Netanyahu UN presentation about the timeline of Iranian nuclear capabilities.
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Haaretz Corrects Headlines on Unruly Israir Passengers
February 25, 2015

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of English headlines in Haaretz which misidentified unruly Israeli Israir passengers as violent and Bulgarian.

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Al Jazeera Retracts Gaza Flood Article, Publishes Correction
February 25, 2015

Two days after CAMERA contacted Al Jazeera about its inaccurate claim that Israel opened dams and flooded Gaza, the broadcaster retracted an online article and published a correction.
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IVP Publishing Houses Promote Anti-Zionism
February 25, 2015

IVP, a conglomerate of two publishing houses in the United States and the United Kingdom, has published a number of books promote anti-Judaism and a distorted view of the Jewish state.

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Gaza Flood Libel Updates: AFP and Al Jazeera
February 24, 2015

AFP pulls a video which falsely accused Israel of flooding Gaza by opening dams, and the French agency, along with Al Jazeera, issue reports casting the false Palestinian charge as a "he said/she said" dispute. So far, neither has corrected.
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The Associated Press Demonstrates Its Bias Against Israel
February 24, 2015


An Associated Press analysis piece alleged that Israeli air strikes on homes overwhelmingly victimized civilians. But the study's data sample and methodology were flawed and the authors ignored a study contradicting their allegations.
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Who Is (Not) Responsible for Gaza Flooding, "The Jews" or "Israel"? AFP Takes Liberties With Quotation
February 24, 2015

Not only did AFP produce an inaccurate report on Gaza flooding, they also prettied up a quotation so that a Palestinian man complaining about "the Jews" was quoted only speaking about Israelis.
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AFP Lies, Dam Lies and Floods
February 23, 2015

AFP has trouble passing up on a juicy story, however flimsy, accusing Israel of wrongdoing. The latest accuses Israel of flooding Gaza by opening dams. Only, there are no dams that can be opened in southern Israel.

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CAMERA Prompts USA Today Correction on Israeli Arabs
February 22, 2015

USA Today editors commendably correct an article which had overstated Israel's Arab population as 30 percent. The figure is just over 20 percent.
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The Death of Adele Biton and The New York Times’ Justification of Lopsided Reporting
February 20, 2015

On Feb. 17, 4-year-old Adele Biton died as a result of complications of pneumonia. Two years earlier she was critically injured in a Palestinian stone-throwing attack and had never fully recovered. But when NYT correspondent Jodi Rudoren wrote a nearly 2000-word front page feature on Palestinian stone-throwers, she found no room to mention the attack that maimed the toddler. In an interview following Adele's death, Rudoren defends her lopsided reporting.
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A Palestinian Jesus for Palestinian Victimhood
February 17, 2015

Western Christians need to be aware that when they hear appeals for support for suffering Palestinian Christians, the leaders promoting these appeals have rewritten the biblical text for religiously inspired political purposes.
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CAMERA Prompts New York Times Correction on Palestinian Cartoonist
February 12, 2015

After correspondence with CAMERA's Israel office, The New York Times corrects an article that had initially claimed Mahmoud Shabaaneh was arrested by Israel for publishing cartoons.
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A Convict's Tall Tale is All That's Fit to Print
February 5, 2015

Feb. 12 update: The newspaper has published a correction.

After a Palestinian was charged and convicted of transferring funds to Hamas, he and his supporters insisted he was arrested for drawing anti-Israel cartoons. The New York Times apparently prefers that version, and didn't bother pointing out that even the cartoonist's lawyer has been open about the actual charges.
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The New York Times Rewritten
February 4, 2015

The bias in New York Times news coverage is a routine occurrence, appearing both in obvious ways, for example, with factual distortions, and in more subtle ways, with reporters coloring news stories with opinion. CAMERA has rewritten some of these passages to present a more objective and factual version.
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NY Times Corrects: Thousands, Not Hundreds, of Rockets Targeted Israel During War
February 3, 2015

After an exchange of messages between CAMERA and The New York Times, the paper published a correction indicating that Palestinian "militants" fired thousands of rockets into Israel during last summers war, and not, as recently claimed, hundreds.
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The AMIA Attack: Terrorism, Cover-Up and the Implications for Iran
February 1, 2015

The mysterious killing of Argentinian Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman is the latest thread in a sordid and tangled web of crime, intrigue, corruption and cover-up that has marked efforts to prosecute those responsible for Argentina's deadliest terror attack, the 1994 bombing of the Jewish community center. Nisman's thorough exposure of Iran's leadership role in this and other terror attacks underscore the threat that Iran presents to the world.
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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed on Israel, Iran Draws CAMERA Correction
January 30, 2015

An Op-Ed by a former Baltimore Sun foreign correspondent on the invitation to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to the U.S. Congress about Iran's nuclear program suffered from Israel derangement syndrome. A CAMERA letter to the editor provided an antidote.
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CAMERA Prompts Correction of NY Times Reference to 1967 'Border with Palestine'
January 28, 2015

CAMERA staff prompt correction of a New York Times news article Friday which erroneously referred to Israel's "1967 borders with Palestine." In 1967, of course, there was no country, territory, or entity called Palestine.
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