CAMERA secured an NBC correction after the network mistakenly reversed the sequence of Iran's rocket attack and Israel's response.
After misstating why critics believe an SJP poster depicting a kite endorses violence, NBC updated its article to discuss Palestinian attack kites.
One can debate the merits and demerits of a law while presenting the facts accurately. Indeed, that is the role of a journalist. Both news stories and opinion columns should be based on accurate facts without overstatement or distortion. Unfortunately, many in the mainstream media have failed in these respects.
This week, NBC became the latest media outlet to join the Tamimi propaganda campaign, following a clichéd and partisan template that downplays Ahed's calls for violence and whitewashes the Palestinian struggle as one against "the occupation,” rather than against Israel in any borders.
Andrea Mitchell told her 1.6 million Twitter followers that Israel has only 13 Arab Knesset members, and that the entire group was escorted from the plenary chamber after a protest. An NBC official says the error won't be corrected.
CAMERA prompts correction to an NBC article which referred to the "ongoing occupation" of the Gaza Strip. In 2005, Israel withdrew every last Israeli soldier and civilian from the Gaza Strip.
NBC omits that King David Hotel was used as British military headquarters.
An article on NBC's website omits some key facts about Jerusalem as well as about the recently announced issuance of housing permits.
Two ostensibly experienced Middle East reporters make numerous errors on basic West Bank facts.
MSNBC used a series of hoax chronological maps showing an Arab "Palestine" in 1946. It corrected the error on the air, commendably.