Nicholas Kristof argues that U.S. politicians "have learned to muzzle themselves" on Israel and such "silence harms America." But he himself keeps mum on key information that contradicts his argument.
As Jimmy Carter's error-ridden Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid continued on the New York Times bestseller list, ABC's George Stephanopoulos sat down with the former president for a wide-ranging interview
CAMERA asked the Christian Century to correct the errors of its longtime columnist. The magazine's editor and publisher, Rev. John M. Buchanan, refused.
In the controversy over Jimmy Carter's error-ridden new book, the role of publisher Simon & Schuster has been ignored. The publisher is not willing to assure the factual merit of the book or to redress its errors.
Fourteen members of the Carter Center advisory board have resigned after concluding that the Center’s founder, former president Jimmy Carter, has turned to "malicious advocacy" for the Palestinians and against Israel.
In a piece defending Jimmy Carter’s book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, Rev. James Wall, senior contributing editor of Christian Century, fails to disclose that he ran the former president’s political campaigns in Illinois during the 1976 and 1980 elections.
Carter's stunning admission that he ignored the key resource on the Israeli-Palestinian
peace process speaks volumes about his "scholarship."
Historian Kenneth Stein has resigned from the Carter Center over the former president's new book which, he charges, is "replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions, and simply invented segments."
Jimmy Carter's new book is being widely denounced by critics from across the political spectrum—including some who in the past had worked with or for Carter. Here is a roundup of some of that criticism.
Phyllis Bennis is a veteran activist associated with the leftist thinktank, the Institute for Policy Studies. The following article is typical of her negative portrayals of Israel. Bennis has participated in pro-Palestinian propaganda productions, like the film, Occupation 101( See CAMERA's review of the film ).