A New York Times report on the Mideast's declining Christian population ignores key facts on Palestinian and Israeli Christians. First, Israel's Christian population is growing. Second, Palestinian Christians are emigrating largely as a result of Muslim persecution.
Two countries border the Gaza Strip. Both strictly limit the passage of goods and people into and out of the Strip. But when describing the effect of these border restrictions, some inaccurately and unfairly attribute responsibility to only one of the countries — Israel.
Bad editing at the International Herald Tribune led to an error on the basic history of Jerusalem. CAMERA staff prompted a correction in today's edition. The error and correction follow.
The controversial release of terrorist Samir Kuntar as part of a recent prisoner exchange between Israel and Hizballah has been accompanied by an effort by some media to whitewash his actions.
The prisoner exchange between Hezbollah and Israel was accompanied by heavy media coverage of the actual deal as well as related events. Not all of the mainstream coverage is accurate.
A look at headlines about the latest Palestinian terrorist attack tells a disturbing story about the approach of some European media outlets toward Palestinian terrorism.
Until recently, Mustafa Barghouti served as the Minister of Information for the Palestinian Authority, but provided more misinformation than information. The following is a case in point.
Henry Siegman claims that the terms of the Arab initiative are merely a repetition of what Israel has already agreed to in the "road map". In fact, the documents differ on critical points.
Nicholas Kristof argues that U.S. politicians "have learned to muzzle themselves" on Israel and such "silence harms America." But he himself keeps mum on key information that contradicts his argument.
Holocaust denial is given an air of respectability in an International Herald Tribune "news" report on the Iranian Holocaust denial conference which fails to assert the lunacy of the "theories" being debated.