CAMERA prompts correction of a Toronto Star photo caption which grossly inflated the number of Palestinians displaced in the 1948 war. The caption cited five million; the actual figure is closer to 600,000.
Shortly after CAMERA prompted a Toronto Star correction stating that Bruce Willis never boycotted Israel, the paper corrects about another celebrity who never supported BDS. Following urging from CAMERA, editors correct: "Meg Ryan has never boycotted Israel."
Days after the Toronto Star unequivocally corrected that Bruce Willis "never boycotted Israel," Stephen Huvane, publicist for Hollywood star Meg Ryan, tells CAMERA: "Meg Ryan has not participated in any boycott against Israel."
CAMERA prompts a Toronto Star correction stating that Bruce Willis never boycotted Israel. The paper's public editor details how the reporter was misled by a pro-BDS Web site, and describes CAMERA's role in setting the record straight.
Raed Fattouh, a Palestinian Authority official, is selling the falsehood that certain products -- clothes, shoes, wood and aluminum -- are entering the Gaza Strip for the first time since 2007, and journalists are buying in bulk.
With the Toronto Star and Time Magazine correcting a hoax quote, and a feature story in the Toronto paper, the falsehood is wiped from the record. (But not all corrections are created equal.)
Anti-Israel activists are exhibiting naked hostility toward Jews at rallies throughout North America. Media coverage of this hostility has been scant, leaving citizens to rely on amateur videographers for information about this development.
While some media reports now include statements from Israeli officials maintaining that Hamas manufactured the disputed crisis and accusing the terrorist group of responsibility for hardships, almost all ignore similar statements from Arabs.