A column in the Huffington Post by self-declared "intellectual" Marc Lamont Hill represents the sort of disinformation that is rooted in a bigoted worldview where the Jewish state is considered illegitimate and a terrorist regime like Hamas’ is seen as one to be bolstered.
In a passing reference to Israel, Syrian blogger Ragheb Bakresh used scare quotes, as if the country's existence is questionable at best. In response to communication from CAMERA Arabic, Huffington Post Arabic removed the quotation marks.
In response to communication from CAMERA and its new Arabic department, the Huffington Post removes clips lifted from Hamas' Shehab News Agency, including a caption which refers to Israel as "the enemy" and "the occupation."
CAMERA prompts Huffington Post corrections about the number of trucks crossing into Gaza and the territory's poverty rate, but falsehoods still abound in an Op-Ed by ANERA's Hani Almadhoun.
The United Nations reportedly funds ANERA, but that doesn't deter Hani Almadhoun, the NGO's director of donor development, from completely disregarding or misusing UN Gaza data on everything from truck crossings to reconstruction.
CAMERA recently reported on several errors in a HuffPost Arabi article about Jerusalem. Following communication with CAMERA's new Arabic-language department, some — though not all — of the errors have been corrected.
In Arabic, Huffington Post tries to get away with false claims: a curfew in Jerusalem's Muslim Quarter, an influential Israeli political stream envisioning the Jewish state stretching from Egypt to Iraq, and Yair Lapid speaking of his father's Zionist yearning for the "al-Buraq Wall."
CAMERA prompts correction of a HuffPost Arabi article which incorrectly reported that President Trump's flight Riyadh to Tel Aviv was the first direct flight from an Arab country to Israel. Israel-bound flights from Amman and Cairo are routine.
Huffington Post's Arabic edition publishes the ridiculously false claim that President Trump's direct flight to Tel Aviv from Saudi Arabia was the first from an Arab country to Israel. That's news to the travelers on near daily Tel Aviv flights from Cairo and Amman.