Ha'aretz reporter Amira Hass, best known for her extreme hostility toward Israel, was provided a platform on CBC's "The Sunday Edition" with Michael Enright to spout her vitriol against the Jewish state.
Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy once again turns reality on its head, claiming that Israel is "determined to attack" the upcoming flotilla, painting its participants as "well-intentioned," and misconstruing international law.
CAMERA's Israel staff elicited a correction from the English edition of Ha'aretz on a news article which stated as fact that Mohammed Al-Dura was killed by Israeli army fire.
Rafi Shotz, Israel's ambassador to Spain, slams Ha'aretz's Gideon Levy for an Op-Ed in which he called most of Israel's diplomats "spineless propagandists void of values or a conscience."
Ha'aretz finds page-one space for settlement building, Tokyo, migrating cranes and new technology in archeology, but not for the burial of the five Fogels, including a toddler and an infant, brutally murdered in a Palestinian terror attack.
Ha'aretz's leading headline in the weekend paper claims that the "Little Kotel" is opened to Jewish prayer, "upsetting status quo." In actuality, the site has always been used for Jewish prayer. The only change involved the removal of scaffolding which impeded access for Arab residents.
CAMERA's Israel staff prompted a rare correction in Ha'aretz's English print edition today of an Op-Ed that had falsely stated that Palestinians are residing legally in the Abu Na'eb home in Silwan.
Presspectiva Editor Yishai Goldflam criticized Ha'aretz columnist Yossi Sarid for reflexively blaming Israel even when the facts directly contradict him. Ha'aretz published Goldflam's letter to the editor on the same subject, translated below.
According to a recent poll, Arabs and Jews have mutual misgivings about the idea of living next door to one another. News coverage of this poll, however, hides half of this picture.