Anti-Israel activists who name-drop Martin Luther King don't want you to know about his strong support for Israel, his understanding of the links between Israeli security and peace, and his opposition to anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s journal published an article taking aim at Zionism under the guise of a scholarly examination of a post-Holocaust memorial in what is now the State of Israel. Why would a scholarly journal allow its pages to be used as a vehicle for what amounts to anti-Zionist propaganda?
A recent Washington Post report on deteriorating conditions on Gaza relied on anti-Israel organizations. Worse still, The Post failed to place guilt where it belongs: with Hamas, the genocidal terrorist group that rules the Gaza Strip.
AP consistently reports that Palestinian refugees "fled or were driven out" in 1948, but covers up the mass expulsion of Egypt's Jews in the 1950s.
The Church of the Nativity is not in Israel. It's in Bethlehem, a city in the West Bank governed by the Palestinian Authority, whose political status is unresolved.
CAMERA prompts correction of a Voice of America headline which referred to the present day West Bank as "Palestine." But the accompanying video, essentially a promotion for the "Walled Off" hotel in Bethlehem, still gives no indication whatsoever as to why Israel constructed the security barrier.
CAMERA prompts correction after The Los Angeles Times confused the religious Jewish Home party for the secular Yisrael Beiteinu party founded by Avigdor Lieberman.
Why did the New York Times conceal Islamic Jihad's terror designations, then describe the group as simply "nettlesome"?
Over the years, E. Michael Jones has established himself as a booster for the ayatollahs who have murdered thousands of Iranian citizens since the 1979 revolution.
Iran has been threatening Americans, murdering soldiers and civilians and plotting terror against the U.S. for years. But as CAMERA noted in The Daily Wire, many news outlets have chosen to ignore or minimize the Islamic Republic's behavior and agenda.
The New York Times' year-end review highlighting amusing and inconsequential corrections obscures the paper’s devastating ethical failure -- the whitewashing, mainstreaming and peddling of the world’s oldest hatred: antisemitism.
Contrary to the teen magazine’s reporting, Qassem Soleimani was killed in Baghdad, which is in Iraq, not Iran.
The Los Angeles Times whitewashes a brutal October 2015 terror attack, describing a Palestinian teen "who chased people with a large, ornamental knife with the intention of scaring them." The paper fails to mention that two Israeli civilians, including a 13-year-old boy, were severely wounded in the attack, and that the "ornamental knife" had a 15-inch blade.
Evangelical singer Brenda Crouch has distanced herself from antisemitic news broadcaster Rick Wiles and his network, TruNews.
New York Times editors give the prestigious designation of "Times Pick" to a bigoted comment calling for the exclusion of Zionist symbols from today's march against antisemitism and affirming pluralism and tolerance. The message to the majority of American Jews whose Zionism is important to their Jewish identity: You are not welcome.
An AFP photographer captured images of Fatah supporters in Bethlehem carrying a huge sign glorifying Dallal al-Mughrabi, but the news agency's captions whitewash the arch-terrorist who slaughtered dozens of unarmed men, women and children in the bloodiest terror attack against Israeli civilians.
It is common for anti-Israel academics and media commentators to claim that Israel "created" Hamas. Yet, as CAMERA highlighted in a Jerusalem Post op-ed, the terror group's origins predate the reestablishment of Israel. And the rise of Hamas is far more complex.
Following a complaint from CAMERA Arabic, BBC quietly removes an Arabic radio program which had warmly promoted an Israel-free, child-friendly map of "Palestine" from the river to the sea.
Unwilling to report accurately about Christmas in Bethlehem, BBC reporter Barbara Plett Usher uses hackneyed falsehoods in a dishonest report blaming Israel for the Palestinians' problems.