CAMERA prompts correction of an NBC story which erroneously stated that newly uncovered Dead Sea Scrolls had been found in the West Bank. In fact, they were found within Israel's pre-1967 armistice line, or "Green Line."
CAMERA prompts corrections at Business Insider, along with Israeli media outlets Times of Israel and i24 News, which had erroneously reported that Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit determined that a planned pre-election visit to Israel by Pfizer's Albert Bourla would constitute prohibited election propaganda.
It might have severed its relationship with hate sites Veterans News Now and Mint Press, but Yahoo News continues to push distorted anti-Israel propaganda onto its readers.
After CAMERA raised concerns with Yahoo over its promotion of hate sites, a Yahoo spokesperson replied that it has blocked Veterans News Now and MintPress News.
One year after promoting articles from a Holocaust-denying website, Yahoo is still pushing fringe hate sites on its unsuspecting readers. The obvious question is: Why? The bigger question: What is Yahoo doing to stop this?
This year the press stumbled all too many times in covering the Middle East, falling down on the obligation to report accurately and without bias. Though there were many contenders, CAMERA has identified the biggest offenders.
Yahoo and James M. Wall, a contributing editor at The Christian Century, both help to mainstream an antisemitic webpage that promotes Holocaust denial and blames Jews for 9/11.
Why is Yahoo legitimizing, promoting and mainstreaming a fringe website that peddles in Holocaust denial and 9/11 conspiracy?
Following communication from CAMERA staff and readers, Yahoo! News editors have changed a photo montage headline which falsely identified Israeli children fleeing rocket attacks as "Gaza's children caught in crossfire."
Despite pledges of impartiality, the internet reporter features subjects on both sides of the conflict who share the same view of Israeli brutality and Palestinian victimization