CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times article which wrongly referred to the Western Wall as the last remnant of the Temple complex. In fact, there are many extant remains.
Many news media outlets have failed to report Palestinian jubilation of the June 8, 2016 Tel Aviv terror attack
The Los Angeles Times described a Palestinian assailant who attempted to murder a soldier a "protester." Following communication from CAMERA, editors correct.
CAMERA prompts correction of a Los Angeles Times article which incorrectly reported that Friday's Gaza rocket attacks against Israel were the first since October. In fact, there were at least two monthly in November, December and January.
The Los Angeles Times takes a first, partial step towards clarifying Saree Makdisi's false claim that there are no high schools in Arab communities in Israel's south. Editors have yet to make clear, though, that more than 40 such schools exist.
The New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times downplayed or ignored the murder of Dafna Meir. The fatal stabbing, targeting a mother at home with her children at hand, stands out from the last four months of Palestinian violence.
On Thursday, three West Bank Palestinian assailants were shot dead and so was an armed man attempting to enter a Paris police station. The incidents were similar but The Los Angeles Times headlines were remarkably different.
Professor Saree Makdisi of UCLA is unfettered by journalistic or academic standards. He falsely claimed Friday in The Los Angeles Times, “there is not a single high school in the Palestinian communities in the Negev desert in southern Israel.” Actually, there are more than 40.
Tamar Sternthal, director of CAMERA's Israel office, publishes a letter in The Los Angeles Times drawing attention to the Islamist threat to holiday festivities in Bethlehem, ignored by the paper's news coverage.
A The Los Angeles Times story about Israel's demolition of homes of Palestinian terrorists takes a journalistic wrecking ball against basic facts, including the victims' names, the judge's gender, the terrorists' guilt and the measure's purpose.