NPR's International Correspondent Emily Harris investigated the suffering endured by the victims and their families of knife and gun attacks that have taken place in Israel and the West Bank in the past few weeks. The result was a powerful and moving segment.
KALW, an NPR affiliate in San Francisco, regularly broadcasts anti-Israel and/or pro-terrorist propaganda that is completely divorced from fact in a music show produced and hosted by radical Israel defamer Dore Stein.
On NPR's On Point, Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua's promoted the flawed narrative that desperation is the cause of the current wave of violence, and epitomized the errors of fact and analysis that are part of that view.
NPR Correspondent Emily Harris has worked to humanize the perpetrators of recent attacks in Jerusalem, but has largely ignored the victims. Is this a harbinger of more bias to come? UPDATED Oct. 22, 2015.
Would an NPR interviewer treat a racist or misogynist with kid gloves? No. An antisemite? Yes, especially one called “professor,” and recently.
Max Blumenthal has a long history of spreading falsehoods and fabricating quotes. So when Chicago Public Media's NPR-affiliate WBEZ allowed Blumenthal an extended and virtually uninterrupted platform, it should have known its listeners would be lied to.
In a series timed to coincide with Israeli elections, NPR's Morning Edition suggests that Israel's claims to the West Bank are illegitimate and its settlements illegal and portray Palestinians as hapless victims who bear no responsibility for their misfortunes
Most coverage of a propaganda video about Gaza by graffiti-artist Banksy appeared more like the work of publicists and less like the work of journalists, who are expected to apply skepticism before echoing dubious claims.
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.
NPR affiliate stations are currently in the midst of their year-end fund drive. Listeners should carefully consider whether to support such programs as "On Point," that so thoroughly mislead on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.