What were the biggest failures in 2018 media coverage of Israel? In April, The New York Times published what Amb. Dani Dayan called “the correction of the year” after the Gray Lady wrote that Palestinian Authority payments to terrorists and their families are a “far-right conspiracy theory.” A lot happened since April.
CAMERA prompts correction of a CBSN report which falsely stated that Palestinians had fired "hundreds of rockets at Israel's military." CBSN corrects, stating that, in fact, Palestinians fired hundreds of rockets at Israeli cities and civilian targets.
CBSN falsely reported yesterday that in this week's round of violence, "Palestinians have fired hundreds of rockets at Israel's military." In fact, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip fired several hundreds rockets at scores of Israeli communities – not Israel's military – targeting civilians across the country's south.
Noura Erakat, a professor at George Mason, performs well before a television camera. But do her claims in a recent CBS segment about a "right of return" and Hamas hold up to scrutiny?
CBS in 2018 has already defamed the Jewish people in Face the Nation and seriously misinformed about Israel in CBS News.
CBS in 2018 defames the Jewish people in Face the Nation and misinforms about Israel in CBS News.
The segment took a swipe at Israel’s security barrier as part of a thinly veiled swipe at the U.S. government plan to significantly upgrade the security barrier at the border with Mexico. CAMERA’s complaint fell on deaf ears at the eyeball network.
The Palestinian victimization narrative gets an assist from CBS’ Charlie Rose and Barry Petersen. They are not unaccustomed to this role. The game is an exercise in propaganda, Gaza Strip style.
Along with foreign journalists, CAMERA's Tamar Sternthal was invited to testify at a Knesset subcommittee meeting on media bias. Do the reporters' proclamations of professionalism and objectivity hold up to scrutiny?
As terror attacks continue to shake Israel, journalists and headline writers seem to be doing their best to obscure the reality of the Palestinian stabbings, and even to cast attackers as victims of arbitrary Israeli violence.