Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR's "On Point," moderates a discussion of the escalation in violence between Israel and the Palestinians, but excludes anyone to give the Israeli side.
In a softball interview with Mkhaimer Abu Sada, NPR's Robert Siegel fails to challenge falsehoods about Hamas, Gaza airstrikes and the murdered teens. Nor does either even note the basics about Hamas, like that it's a terror group.
NPR's final report about its Middle East coverage states that in late 2013 Israeli voices outweighed Palestinian voices on the air. But CAMERA's own examination finds this is not so true.
NPR's Tom Ashbrook hosted a discussion of the proposed interim deal with Iran over its nuclear program but repeatedly interrupted the guest expert who opposed the deal.
News reports about Twitter posts by Iranian officials caused a stir in the media. But context and skepticism are important in journalism, even when reporters really want to believe.
When National Public Radio's ombudsman found a three-part news series so flawed it should not have been broadcast as written, the newsroom replied that he should take a hike ... then conceded some of his criticisms. The report was about Indian adoptions in South Dakota, but it could have been about NPR's Arab-Israeli coverage.
In a particularly compelling story about Eritreans held captive in the Sinai by Bedouin kidnappers, a recent segment of NPR's This American Life omitted some important context about Israel's treatment of immigrants.
All too often, mainstream media outlets whitewash the violent acts of Palestinian prisoners. Calling those incarcerated since before 1994 "political prisoners" is an egregious cover up of their brutal crimes, detailed here for the first time.
On the release from the hospital of a three year old Israeli severely wounded in a rock-throwing attack, NPR's Emily Harris offered a lopsided, sympathetic story about the perpetrator and his mother.
Larry Abramson misses the primary cause for Gaza's medical shortages: the Hamas-Fatah rivalry. If a Palestinian news site can report WHO findings, even when they exonerate Israel, why can't NPR?