Sarit Catz




Top Ten MidEast Media Mangles for 2015

This year, the media have blundered all too many times in reporting on the Middle East. There were, unfortunately, countless potential "winners," but after careful consideration, CAMERA has identified the media's ten biggest bungles.

Media Silent on Palestinian Leaders’ Incitement to Violence

As Palestinian leaders wielding falsehoods, and in some cases brandishing knives, exhort their people to stab, stone, run down, burn, axe and butcher Jews in Israel and around the world, mainstream news media overwhelmingly neglect to report the content, pervasiveness and impact of this incitement, making them little better than accomplices in the resulting violence.

Anti-Semitic Echoes in Iran Deal Debate

As Congress has continued its review of the Iran deal, the time-worn stereotypes of Jews as dual-loyalists, using their money and nefarious influence to incite wars have been used to smear opponents of the agreement.

What You Won’t Hear about “Nakba Day”

Friday, May 15, will mark this year's “Nakba Day,” the day set to commemorate the “catastrophe” of the founding of Israel. The media will cover Palestinian marches, rallies and demonstrations. But they will likely not include some of the major elements in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

CAMERA’s Top Ten MidEast Media Mangles for 2014

This year the press stumbled all too many times in covering the Middle East, falling down on the obligation to report accurately and without bias. Though there were many contenders, CAMERA has identified the biggest offenders.