CNN star personality Christiane Amanpour tries again to validate her Israel-is-the-culprit thesis – this time through interviewing an Israeli refusenik and a would-be Palestinian suicide bomber.
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, discussing the legacy of Shimon Peres, a former Israeli president and prime minister, used Israeli and Palestinian guests to malign Israel’s policies towards the Palestinians.
Many news media outlets have failed to report Palestinian jubilation of the June 8, 2016 Tel Aviv terror attack
On CNN's "Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield," the reporter absurdly suggests that the threat of Jewish terrorism in the U.S. is "the same thing" as the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.
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.
Double standards abound in a CNN article which dismally fails to identify the perpetrators and victims of the Palestinian terror attacks against Israeli Jews. Palestinian perpetrators are "men" and "people," and Israeli victims "people" and "passengers."
The speaker of the Iranian Parliament misrepresented his country's eliminationist views toward Israel during his appearance on CNN, but elsewhere the Supreme Leader has been clear on his plan to annihilate the Jewish state.
When Archbishop Desmond Tutu's in the news, his Nobel Peace Prize is mentioned. His anti-Zionism and antisemitism usually are not. Such omissions paint a misleading portrait.
CAMERA prompts correction of CNN's article today which claimed that presidential hopeful Scott Walker met with Werner Herzog on the Iran deal. Walker met with Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog, not German film director Werner.
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.