A BBC article about Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel, and Israel's retaliatory strikes in Gaza, engages in "last-first" reporting, strips away context and introduces a factual inaccuracy, claiming that Hamas targeted a military vehicle when in fact terrorists fired at civilian vehicles.
CAMERA takes a look at the Gaza-based terror group, the Popular Resistance Committee (PRC), which recently perpetrated an IED attack on the IDF.
Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi has been groomed by her parents to put herself in danger and become a child fighter in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. They are encouraging others to engage in violence too. Their successes are due to those in the international media who promote their message while ignoring inconvenient truths.
Following communication from CAMERA Arabic, BBC Arabic removes a news article's false claim that Israel often arrests members of the northern Islamic Movement for protesting against archaeological excavations in the vicinity of Temple Mount.
Young Israeli policewoman Hadas Malka was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, who were then slain by responding Israeli forces. The BBC headline reads, "Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing."
BBC's Jeremy Bowen promotes the anti-historical account that the Six Day War was a war of choice for Israel and that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict arose as a result of that war.
When Palestinian terrorists imprisoned in Israel went on a hunger strike, the BBC devoted extensive coverage and depicted them as political prisoners.
Due to the BBC's longstanding avoidance of coverage of Palestinian attacks in Israel, BBC Watch has maintained a tally of the number of attacks and frequency of BBC coverage.
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.