The editors of a prominent Catholic magazine, America, have used the Goldstone Report and the Mishnah Torah to charge Israel with war crimes while giving short shrift to the sins of Hamas.
CAMERA staff prompted the following correction today at the International Herald Tribune concerning the number of Palestinian casualties from last winter's fighting in the Gaza Strip:
Already months before the Goldstone Commission Report was published, commissioner Desmond Travers had made up his mind that something is rotten, even murderous, in the Israeli psyche.
Tamar Sternthal, director of CAMERA's Israel office, addressed the Ninth Annual International Conference of the Institute for Counter-Terrorism on Sept. 9. Sternthal spoke on "Hamas' and Hezbollah's News Media Strategy."
The UN's Goldstone Report, which alleges Israeli war crimes, mangled the evidence it supposedly considered, making its conclusions foregone, and leaving its credibility shredded.
Critics of the Goldstone Commission have highlighted a letter showing that commission member Christine Chinkin had preconceived notions of Israeli guilt. The letter also reveals a tenuous grasp on the facts.
The U.N.'s Goldstone mission deemed Khaled and Kawthar Abed Rabbo "credible and reliable witnesses," yet the couple contradict each other in their testimony as well earlier sworn accounts given to NGOs.
Amnesty International's report on Cast Lead accuses Israel of illegally using White Phosphorus in Gaza. Israel has responded to the accusation.
The BBC ruled that Jeremy Bowen failed to be accurate or impartial. Its investigation also revealed that he is willing to resort to dishonesty to justify his partisan reporting.