A February 1 USA Today commentary said the Muslim Brotherhood would play a necessary part in an Egyptian move toward democracy. A CAMERA rebuttal highlighted the unlikelihood of such a role.
CAMERA letter corrects the slanderous propaganda of Palestinian-American commentator who accuses Israel of "imposing itself" on the entire Middle East by claiming "ethnic supremacy."
The letter explained why USA Today's editorial on Gaza "misstated cause and effect," and why "there is no 'cycle' of 'Israel punishing innocent Palestinians in response to terrorism, inevitably stirring up more resentment and retaliation.'"
The Sept. 24 letter discusses the former Iranian president's connections to al Qaida, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, the killing of 19 U.S servicemen, and the country's nuclear weapons program.
Even while Hamas officials unequivocally stress the signing of prisoners' document does not mean the group accepts Israel's legitimacy, some news organizations continue to wrongly claim that by signing the document, Hamas leaders "effectively endorse a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." Other news organizations, however, have significantly improved their reporting on the document.
When it comes to Arab-Israeli affairs, is former U.S. President Jimmy Carter a) uninformed, b) misinformed, or c) blinded by an anti-Israel animus? His USA Today Op-Ed, "Israel's new plan: A land grab" (May 16 print edition) makes a strong case for "all of the above."
A CAMERA letter in USA Today points out flawed logic in an earlier editorial that suggesting that "fresh violence" by Hamas would be the result of Israeli actions. The letter also asks why that newpaper cautions Israel not to target terrorists, but instead improve their cash flow.
USA Today had erroneously reported that Israel's West Bank security barrier surrounds the entire city of Bethlehem. CAMERA staff has prompted the following correction, which appeared in Friday's paper:
USA Today presents a misleading, one-sided picture of home demolitions in Israel's capital in “Jerusalem's future banging on residents' doors; Several dozen Palestinian homes slated for demolition,” June 21.