CAMERA rebuts an anti-Israel Op-Ed in The Hill that featured a distorted quote and omitted anti-Jewish incitement by Palestinian leaders.
The “best drama” in 2015's Washington, D.C. Capital Fringe Festival's theater productions was It's What We Do, billed as “A Play about the Occupation.” Except the play's not a drama, it's anti-Israel agit-prop.
J Street objected to a provision in U.S. trade legislation barring compliance with an anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sactions (BDS) effort. Washington Jewish Week coverage failed to mentioned J Street's de facto ally—the anti-Zionist “Jewish Voice for Peace.” Here's the scoop:
Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat is a news media favorite. CAMERA's Washington Jewish Week Op-Ed caught Al-Jazeera America letting Erekat do what he does chronically—fabricate.
Defenders of ousted Theater J artistic director Ari Roth portray him as a martyr to artistic freedom. Doing so excuses theatrical anti-Israel agit-prop. On-stage fiction, yes; defamation no.