B'Tselem again dupes the mainstream media into believing it has tallied civilian Palestinian casualties when it has done no such thing. An in-depth CAMERA study documents the many flaws in B'Tselem's 2007 data.
Anna Baltzer is a relatively new anti-Israel agitator traveling the college and church circuit. Using her Jewish heritage as a moral lever, Baltzer shares anecdotes of Palestinian life while pushing standard anti-Zionist mythology.
CAMERA's Op-Ed, entitled "Bending the Truth: Human rights group B’Tselem’s statistics are far from being trustworthy," explains how B'Tselem's lastest research on Palestinian fatalities "is as shoddy and unreliable as ever."
The New York Times' Ethan Bronner trumpets claims by Peace Now despite the fact that Peace Now’s prior charges, about land ownership, were wildly off target. Can it be that inaccuracy is of little concern at the newspaper of record?
A CAMERA letter refutes unsubstantiated charges by two board members of Jewish Voice for Peace that Israeli soldiers had committed massacres in Tantura and Dawayameh and that Israel was intentionally starving Gazans.
Jewish Voice for Peace disseminates anti-Israel propaganda under the guise of promoting Israeli-Palestinian peace. A recent Op-Ed underscores their penchant for fabricating charges against Israel.
Jeff Halper (left) recently suggested that Israelis are contemplating a “final solution” in regards to the Palestinians at a recent Sabeel conference but other Jewish activists are questioning the organization’s rhetoric and agenda.
The letter points out that "If Rev. Dr. Ateek's [left] approach to peacemaking is 'theologically correct,' as he asserts, then we must be living in the Middle Ages."
For about two decades, Sabeel, founded by Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek (left), has portrayed Jewish sovereignty, and not efforts to undermine it, as the cause of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The letter, written in response to another letter that defended CAIR's activities, was published in the Nov. 1, 2007 issue of the newspaper.