The New York Times, once priding itself as the “paper of record,” is better recognized today as the “paper of advocacy.” Rather than documenting the various factors contributing to the unrest in Israel during Ramadan, it ignored rocketing from Gaza, emphasizing instead what could be blamed on Israeli Jews.
The Associated Press (AP) and Reuters coverage of the Hanan Ashrawi resignation used by a multitude of media outlets large and small, merely echoed the resignation announcement and depicted her only in positive terms. Meanwhile CNN’s Amanpour even partnered with Ashrawi to defame Israel.
Reuters' profile full of praise for Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh's Covid-19 response misses the less flattering look: his demonization of Israeli soldiers, falsely accusing them of spitting on Palestinian vehicles.
The Associated Press, which in 2018 falsely reported that "Iran has never threatened to attack Israel," again today erases anti-Israel threats, fabricating: Palestinian President Mahmoud "Abbas has always been opposed to violence."
Fatah, the ruling Palestinian party, published a threatening video inciting against Israeli journalists, and the International Federation of Journalists, the largest organization representing journalists internationally, has yet to voice any concern.
CAMERA took to the pages of Mosaic Magazine to note that the first “Palestinian intifada” wasn’t about a separate Arab “Palestinian state,” rather it was motivated by opposition to a shift in the status of Jewry.
For centuries, blood libels and conspiracy theories have played a tragic role in Jewish history, inciting pogroms, and responsible for the torture and murders of countless Jews. As Passover approaches and the world is engulfed in a coronavirus pandemic, a new crop of libels have arisen.
Rick Wiles’ rants are so hostile, so incendiary, so crazy and over the top, that his rhetoric would fit right in with the Jew-hatred promoted by Muslim clerics at Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
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 takes to the pages of The National Review to highlight the lessons of the 1929 Hebron Massacre.