Rather than covering the contents of a new paper documenting Palestinian incitement, Ha'aretz's Barak Ravid attacks the report's authors for their ostensible political views, and is critical of Israel's Foreign Ministry for daring to adopt the report.
The Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz corrected a misleading headline after Presspectiva, CAMERA's sister organization in Israel, brought the problem to the attention of editors.
CAMERA frequently documents the outrageous and defamatory lies of anti-Israel journalist Gideon Levy. A fellow Israeli journalist, reaching the same conclusion, has now spoken out sharply against Levy.
In Ha'aretz, poet and fiction writer Margaret Atwood cited a report that, she claims, noted the rate of malnutrition of the children in part of the West Bank is causing developmentally stunting and death. But the report says no such thing.
CAMERA's Israeli staff prompts an unprecedent correction today at Ha'aretz. Akiva Eldar corrects his false claim that a Hebrew University poll found that 21 percent of settlers endorse the "use of arms" to resist settlement evacuations.
Yossi Sarid, now a Ha'aretz columnist, repeats the old falsehood about "Jewish-only apartheid roads." While several media outlets have corrected the falsity, Ha'aretz editors continues to behave as if journalistic standards are meant for others, not them.
Israeli media outlets Ha'aretz and Ynet falsely claim that a letter from Im Tirtzu, an Israeli activist organization, demanded the firing of Ben-Gurion University professors. Ha'aretz also attributes an invented quote to a railway survey.
Haaretz's Amira Hass provides a lesson in tendentious journalism as she distorts the facts in an article about the demolition of Palestinian homes. The skewed account has already triggered antisemitic responses throughout the internet.
In a Chicago Tribune Op-Ed, John Mearsheimer falsely claims that a Hebrew University poll found 21 percent of settlers favor "the use of arms" to resist settlement evacuation. The professor apparently relied on a flawed report by Ha'aretz's Akiva Eldar, and never read the poll itself.
Raed Fattouh, a Palestinian Authority official, is selling the falsehood that certain products -- clothes, shoes, wood and aluminum -- are entering the Gaza Strip for the first time since 2007, and journalists are buying in bulk.