By repeating up the language of Turkey's state-run media organization, the New York Times also repeated three errors about a clash along Gaza's border with Israel.
In a gross violation of journalistic ethics and the network's own published guidelines against editorializing in news stories, Deutsche Welle Arabic television anchorwoman Dima Tarhini editorialized that Palestinian moves against Israel at the International Criminal Court is "a step we have been waiting for a long time."
AP corrects a caption which ignored the key outcome of Jibril Rajoub's press conference Monday: the Palestinian soccer official announced he would appeal FIFA's sanctions put in place after he called on fans to burn Messi shirts. Separately, editors correct an erroneous reference to a star of David and "Palestine flag."
CAMERA's Op-Ed in The Washington Times rebuts false charges by the Council on American Relations (CAIR) of ‘Islamophobia'
An ‘anti-Islamophobia activist' supported by Muslim Brotherhood spin-off CAIR reportedly makes his way from MSNBC to ISIS. Not that you'd learn about it from mainstream news media.
Free publicity is one thing. Free publicity without transparency is what The Baltimore Sun gives the Maryland chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations. That means The Sun leaves readers in the dark about CAIR.
Just as they lied about Palestinian rockets and New York Times cover photos, about Moshe Yaalon and Martin Luther King, and Ilan Pappé, Electronic Intifada’s authors continue to mislead about David Ben Gurion.
In Operation Pillar of Defense, some media, relying on Palestinian sources, exaggerate the proportion of civilian casualties in Gaza. They give less weight to Israeli figures and ignore the fact that 2 out of 3 fatalities are men between ages 18-40.
Two months ago, a CAMERA Op-Ed described the lead role two young girls took in the violent Nabi Saleh demonstrations against the Israeli army. It turns out that pro-Palestinian activists pay children from Nabi Salih and tnearby villages to confront the soldiers.
The Harvard Kennedy School provided a platform for notorious anti-Israel detractor Diana Buttu. The results — including a string of demonstrable falsehoods — were predictable.