CAMERA apparently got under the skin of former NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin — really under the skin — during its intensive campaign against NPR's pervasive anti-Israel bias. Years later, in a comic and incoherent piece in Salon.com, Dvorkin is still railing against CAMERA.
At a private meeting of some 20 journalists with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in September 2007, Ha'aretz Editor David Landau urged the U.S. to "rape" Israel — to force a settlement on the country.
CAMERA's Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post discusses CNN's "poisonously biased" series, "God's Warriors."
A series ostensibly about the Six-Day War was, instead, a line-up of broadcasts largely denouncing Israel for occupation, settlements and allegedly wrongful house demolition and land seizure in the West Bank.
Why is the only non-fashion, non-commercial, non-beauty related article patently tilted against Israel?
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
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.
A far-left radical, Laor fabricates claims of Israeli misconduct and Ha'aretz readily prints them without regard to accuracy.
Sometimes basic facts get blurred in a fierce, image-filled conflict such as the one spawned by Hezbollah's July 12 cross-border attack in which Israeli soldiers were killed and others kidnapped while a rain of rockets descended on homes and fields. What does Hezbollah, with some 10,000 katyushas and other long-range missiles, really want?
Early media coverage of Hizbullah's aggression against Israel presented a generally sound picture of cause and effect, of the terrorist group's agenda and of Israel's right to remove the menace to its people. The BBC, however, is a frequent exception.