Adopting Palestinian and Arab nationalist perspectives at odds with well established facts, France24’s Arabic-speaking reporters, hosts and commentators make extensive use of biased terminology and leveled unfounded assertions.
CAMERA Arabic prompts both Agence France Presse's Arabic service and U.S. government Arabic broadcaster Al Hurra to correct erroneous references to 1967 East Jerusalem as “the Palestinian portion of the city.”
Al Jazeera Palestine passes off a 1955 photograph from Algeria as documentation of an alleged Israeli massacre 1948 in Tantura, raising additional questions about the network's credibility with respect to the killing of Shireen Abu Aqleh.
While Vice has done an exemplary job shining light on problems with antisemitism at Deutsche Welle Arabic, hateful anti-Israel content continues to fester at Vice Arabia.
Following protracted communication from CAMERA Arabic, and in the wake of important steps to address anti-Jewish and anti-Israel bias at the network, Deutsche Welle completely removes a backgrounder about Jerusalem rife with errors.
Saudi diplomat Dr. Saud Kateb posits that BBC Arabic and other Arabic-language subsidiaries of Western media outlets compromise credibility by hosting speakers with agendas.
CAMERA Arabic exposes Farah Maraqa's repeated glorification of the murder of Israeli civilians, belying howls from apologists for antisemitism that seven DW employees were dismissed for "criticism of Israel."
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction of an Alhurra report which repeatedly referred to Israelis in the Golan Heights as "settlers," contradicting U.S. foreign policy.
Less than one year after his suspension following the production of an AJ+ video promoting Holocaust denial, Amer al-Sayed Omar returned to the network. If the promised mandatory bias training ever happened, there's no evidence that it left a mark on Omar and colleague Muna Hawwa.
A Deutsche Welle Arabic headline falsely alleges that Israel approved construction of "new settlements." But as the media outlet's English headline reports, the permits are for new homes in established settlements.