CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of an Telegraph headline which misidentified the ambassador as the low-level employee of the Israeli embassy in London who vowed to take down Tory minister Sir Alan Duncan.
CAMERA's UK Media Watch prompts correction of a Telegraph article which wrongly reported that the U.S. government considers Israeli settlements "illegal."
CAMERA's UK Media Watch elicits an important update to a summer 2014 Telegraph article about the killing of nearly a dozen members of the Siyyam family in Gaza. A new Israeli Military Attorney General report concludes that an errant Hamas rocket was to blame.
The New York Times, Telegraph, Huffington Post, and Daily Caller have corrected or pulled an inaccurate quote of former Israeli ambassador Michael Oren.
The UK Telegraph and Daily Mail retreat from a story about alleged Israeli brutality towards a Palestinian child, recognizing that the players in question have a history of manipulating journalists in Nabi Saleh.
The New York Times and The Telegraph point to Netanyahu's new government guidelines which don't mention a Palestinian state as evidence of his intransigence. But for decades, successive governments, including those who negotiated, didn't mention a Palestinian state in their guidelines.
News media suffered a melt-down in covering the 2014 Israel-Hamas war. Many veteran journalists said so.
When the two Palestinian movements announced their newest unity pact late in April, news media distinguished 'moderate' Fatah from 'militant' Hamas. But the word The Washington Post and other outlets needed was pragmatic, not moderate.