CAMERA prompts Deutsche Welle corrections on two key geographical basics: First, Israel's capital is Jerusalem, not Tel Aviv. Second, the Jewish temples' location on the Temple Mount is an archeological fact, not a matter of faith.
Without holding an unrepentant journalist employed by a publicly funded media outlet accountable for her antisemitism and incitement against Israeli civilians, how meaningful is Germany stated repentance for its past tolerance towards Palestinian terrorism?
Following protracted communication from CAMERA Arabic, and in the wake of important steps to address anti-Jewish and anti-Israel bias at the network, Deutsche Welle completely removes a backgrounder about Jerusalem rife with errors.
CAMERA Arabic exposes Farah Maraqa's repeated glorification of the murder of Israeli civilians, belying howls from apologists for antisemitism that seven DW employees were dismissed for "criticism of Israel."
A Deutsche Welle Arabic headline falsely alleges that Israel approved construction of "new settlements." But as the media outlet's English headline reports, the permits are for new homes in established settlements.
For the second time in a week, Deutsche Welle corrects after wrongly reporting that a high-level international meeting took place in Tel Aviv when it actually happened in Jerusalem, Israel's capital. Also, its Arabic service amends after citing Tel Aviv as shorthand for Israel.
CAMERA prompt corrections at Deutsche Welle, in both English and German, of an article which erroneously stated that many Hamas members, including senior leader Ismail Haniyeh, accept the two-state solution. The position of Haniyeh and Hamas is Palestine "from the river to the sea," meaning no Israel.