A San Francisco Chronicle columnist cited a New York Times puff piece on Reefat Alareer, apparently unaware that the newspaper retracted the premise that piece. The Chronicle has corrected.
The New York Times tells readers that Refaat Alareer, a professor who who incessantly dehumanizes "Zios" on Twitter, is a different man in the classroom, teaching students to appreciate Israeli poetry and, through, that, to humanize Israelis. This, though, is pure fiction. (Updated with information on newspaper's Editors' Note)
Omri Maniv, of Israel's Channel 13, suspended last month after Presspectiva debunked his explosive broadcast accusing Rabbi Asaf Naumberg of a leading national religious academy of vitriolic incitement, returned to work in recent days. He will no longer report on education.
CAMERA prompts improved after AP incorrectly reported that Facebook suspended Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's account for a post saying "Arabs want to annihilate us." A New York Times Op-Ed by Raja Shehadeh also errs.
After an exclusive investigation by Presspectiva, CAMERA's Hebrew site, Channel 13 retracts a story which falsely attributed hateful, anti-secular views to Rabbi Asaf Naumberg of a pre-military academy associated with Education Minister Rafi Peretz. Reverberations continue to rock the Israeli media.
CAMERA staff prompt a Los Angeles Times correction today in an article which falsely attributed a positive example of depiction of the other to a Palestinian textbook when it in fact appears in an Israeli textbook.
Following communication with CAMERA staff, the Los Angeles Times changed a tendentious headline which falsely depicted Sheik Raed Saleh, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamist Movement in Israel, as a campaigner for civil rights.
In May, days before a Palestinian suicide terrorist murdered a score of Israelis, most of them young teenage girls, Yasir Arafat delivered yet another of his propaganda screeds, this time before the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Qatar. While repeatedly lauding Palestinians for "irrigating the land with their blood" in the struggle for "Palestine" he let loose a tirade of lies against Israel.
Reporting on Israel's missile attack on a PLO militia commander, CNN deceived viewers by characterizing the man merely as a member of a "political party," despite the fact that he was thought responsible for killing three Israeli soldiers, and for nightly sniper fire at an Israeli neighborhood in Jerusalem.