CAMERA Arabic prompts correction of a EuroNews article in Arabic which erroneously referred to the southern Israeli city of Sderot as a “settlement.”
In a violation of both the network's Code of Conduct along with German law, Deutsche Welle Arabic host Youcef Boufidjeline says he "respects" the bigoted position of a Jordanian MP who refuses to sit on a panel with an Israeli.
While in English AFP correctly identified Kibbutz Ma'anit, internationally recognized as located within Israel, the Arabic article falsely labeled the community as a "settlement," reflecting Islamist and leftist tendencies to delegitimize the entire Jewish state.
After extended communication with CAMERA Arabic, Independent Arabia decides to end its practice of erroneously referring to Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip as "settlements."
i24 News commendably corrects an Arabic report which erred on the age of a recently recovered Byzantine era baptismal font by some 1000 years.
Palestinian propaganda repackages intrinsic contempt for millions of Israelis, Zionists and Jews under as “artistic expression,” “grassroots activity,” “personal initiative” or even “educational endeavor.” Vogue Arabia's publication of artistic maps of "Palestine" erasing Israel is the latest example.
For Reuters, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics' annual Nakba Day reports present a opportunity to serve as a Palestinian Authority mouthpiece, amplifying the message of eternal Palestinian victimhood with coverage that suspends journalistic considerations.
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.
Following communication from CAMERA Arabic, Reuters' Arabic services desists misidentifying Jerusalem as part of the Palestinian territories in the context of Covid-19 cases among Palestinians.
CAMERA Arabic prompts corrections to a Deutsche Welle slide feature on Israeli history which repeatedly appears alongside Arabic articles.