The column commends the New York Times for prominently highlighting anti-Jewish hate indoctrination in Egypt, and explains why the newspaper similarly must likewise begin to give adequate attention to Palestinian incitement.
CAMERA staff have elicited a clarification in a New York Times story about Egyptian leader Mohamed Morsi that misrepresented the 1978 Camp David Accords.
When Israel and Egypt restrict access into and out of the Gaza Strip, it is described in the New York Times as an "Israeli blockade." Egypt's responsibility for the closure is minimized as being nothing more than enforcement for Israel.
Public Editor Arthur Brisbane says similarities between an article in the New York Times about Yusef Qaradawi and a letter written by an Episcopal Priest are coincidental.
Yusuf Qaradawi has praised Hitler and affirmed death threats against Salman Rushdie. The New York Times portrays him as “committed to pluralism and democracy.”