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PBS at War with Netanyahu and Israel

NetanyahuNetanyahu at War has a fatal flaw: war requires at least two parties, and focusing only on Netanyahu, and not also on those making war against Israel, like Yasir Arafat, guaranteed both the failure of the Frontline documentary to document very much at all, and its success at deceiving viewers.

PBS’ Tavis Smiley Hosts Anti-Israel Propagandist Rula Jebreal

PBS' Tavis Smiley, supported largely by Walmart, hosted Rula Jebreal, billed as an "award-winning journalist" but coming across as a dishonest propagandist on his Nov. 9 show. Despite her outright falsehoods and propaganda, Smiley did nothing to correct the record.

UNICEF’s Pernille Ironside Mum on Rockets in UNRWA Schools

UNICEF's mission involves "creating protective environments for children," so why is Pernille Ironside silent about Hamas' placement of rockets in schools run by UNRWA, a sister agency? In a softball "Newshour" interview, Gwen Ifill doesn't ask.

Top Ten Mideast Media Mangles for 2013

This year, the media have blundered all too many times in reporting on the Middle East. There were, unfortunately, countless potential “winners,” but CAMERA has identified our ten worst offenders.

PBS Doubles Down on Anti-Israel Films

PBS receives federal funds through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting so it must maintain “strict adherence to objectivity and balance in all programs or series of programs of a controversial nature.” By airing two back-to-back anti-Israel films, PBS documentary series POV violates this rule.