A series of AFP photo captions noted: "Israel took the highly unusual decision to close the Al-Aqsa mosque compound for Friday prayers, leading to anger from Muslims and Jordan." Only after communication from CAMERA did the agency add the reason for the closure and new security measures: a deadly attack by Israeli Arabs.
Young Israeli policewoman Hadas Malka was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, who were then slain by responding Israeli forces. The BBC headline reads, "Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing."
After CAMERA contacted USA Today editors about a story which wrongfully claimed a ‘lull’ in Palestinian terror attacks, the paper issued a correction and the reporter thanked CAMERA.
After CAMERA contacted AFP about their use of the term "alleged" to describe actual, murderous terror attacks by Palestinians, the wire service corrected the faulty text.
CAMERA prompts corrections of mistranslations in a New York Times video which excised the praise of Um Kamel Tarayreh, for her son Mohammed, the "martyr" and "hero" who murdered 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel in her bed.
Updated. Ihab Maswadeh fatally stabbed Genadi Kaufman, a gardener, in Hebron. Kaufman succumbed to his wounds three weeks later. So why does Reuters call the attack an "attempted" stabbing of a "soldier"?
CAMERA prompts correction of a Haaretz headline which wrongly stated that an American court overruled the conviction of Palestinian Rasmieh Odeh in an immigration fraud case. The court vacated, or voided, the conviction. Politico has yet to correct.
CAMERA's Israel office prompts another New York Times correction. Palestinian women attacked Israelis in Jerusalem, not only the West Bank. Also, in several cases, they not only "tried to stab," but also succeeded.
Two weeks after the New York Times absurdly characterized an Palestinian assailant's butterfly knife as a "Boy Scout" knife, the newspaper has removed the reference and published a correction.
Following a complaint from CAMERA, The Los Angeles Times amends a headline which grossly whitewashed Palestinian terrorism, depicting the perpetrators as victims. The paper also corrects that two, not one, Israeli civilians were stabbed Saturday.