A grossly misleading article at the London-based Phramafile.com blamed Israel for Gaza’s COVID-19 healthcare problems. It was largely based on, or cribbed from, a propaganda piece on an anti-Semitic website.
An April 15, 2020 Washington Post op-ed incorrectly claimed that Israel prevents medical supplies from reaching Gaza. CAMERA prompted the Post to correct, but the op-ed itself is littered with problems.
Contributing columnist Muhammad Shehada also continues to misrepresent his own sources.
A March 30, 2020 Foreign Policy op-ed holds Israel responsible for the threat that the COVID-19 pandemic poses to Palestinians. In order to do so, the commentary omits crucial facts and context, while depriving Palestinian leaders of responsibility.
During the time of a global pandemic, Israel, like other countries, is taking drastic action. The world is changing — fast. Regrettably those who seek to single out the Jewish state, including those at the Washington Post, aren’t.
The Associated Press today misleads, stating that most in the Gaza Strip "only have a few hours of electricity a day." In fact, according to United Nations data, every day this month Gazans had more than 12 hours of electricity.
IfNotNow, the spread of the coronavirus crisis is just an opportunity for anti-Israel propaganda.
CAMERA prompts a forthright and transparent Reuters correction of a tweet which inaccurately referred to the Gaza Strip as "Palestine."
CAMERA prompts correction of an Associated Press article about the new Coronavirus crisis which had falsely charged that Israel prevents surgical supplies from reaching the Gaza Strip. The improved copy also notes Hamas mismanagement of the territory's medical infrastructure.
CAMERA prompts correction after Gideon Levy's article falsely claimed that the parents of a young cancer patient from from the Gaza Strip were denied permission to be by the side of their dying daughter in a Nablus hospital.