CAMERA staff elicited a correction from the Los Angeles Times today that Nahariya, the northern Israeli town where Samir Kuntar carried out a terrorist attack in 1979, is not a Jewish settlement. Beyond the factual error, Tempest's article was extremely one-sided, drawing a sympathetic, emotive picture of the "plight" of Samir Kuntar and his family, while completely ignoring that of his victims.
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.
CAMERA prompts correction of a misleading euronews headline which depicts Palestinian terrorists as victims.
An erroneous Los Angeles Times caption minimized Ghassan Abu Jamal's heinous 2014 crime as "attacking a religious school," ignoring his multiple murder victims in Har Nof. The amended caption notes he killed five Israelis in a Jerusalem synagogue.