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NYT Senses Moment to Demonize Jewish Settlers

Reporters Patrick Kingsley and Raja Abdulrahim expand their enterprise of vilifying Israel as the culprit in the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict by focusing on Israeli settlers.

Terror in Jerusalem, Counter-Terror in Jenin, and False Moral Equivalency

While coming from different starting points, two journalistic misdeeds— drawing a false moral equivalency and applying a double standard — end up with the same reprehensible result: minimizing and obscuring Palestinian terrorism. Coverage of the deadly Palestinian terror attack outside a Jerusalem synagogue versus a fatal Israeli arrest raid in Jenin provide a case in point.

[Updated] Is Judicial Reform a Threat to Israeli Democracy?

The new Israeli government plans fundamental legal reforms to fix perceived vast overreach by the Supreme Court and the legal system. Critics charge the reforms foreshadow the demise of democracy. But would the reforms actually move Israel closer to the system in other parliamentary democracies?

Antisemitism and the New York Times

The NYT recently published its10th article taking aim at Hasidic schools since September, in addition to a lengthy editorial and other features accusing that community of wrongdoing. CAMERA points out the cognitive biases and lack of evidence that mar the report, as well as the risk of fueling grievances against a community that is increasingly targeted with antisemitic assaults.
Raja Abdulrahim

More Palestinian Propaganda from New York Times Reporter Raja Abdulrahim

New York Times reporter Raja Abdulrahim has a long history of anti-Israel propaganda, and her latest article adds to the toll of distortions. She and her co-author charge that the IDF "never" refers to Palestinians injured or killed in military actions as civilians. But multiple examples prove Abdulrahim is once again, at best, wrong.

NYT Guest Essay: Propaganda in the Guise of Health Scholarship

Despite touting her scholarship and research, guest essayist Yara Asi provided nothing more than a clichéd menu of agitprop, devoid of both scholarship and research. It was the sort that's generally served up by the least sophisticated of anti-Israel propagandists.