Sean Durns

      CAMERA Op-Ed: The Lessons of the Nazis’ Wannsee Conference

      Jan. 20, 2022 marks the 80th anniversary of the Wannsee Conference, in which fifteen men plotted the industrialization of the Holocaust over brandy and cigars. The conference was more than just a signpost of the Shoah, however. As CAMERA tells The National Interest, its lessons about the nature of antisemitism remain relevant today.

      CAMERA Op-Ed: Is It Always Sunny for Hamas in Philadelphia?

      At the Philadelphia Inquirer, the forecast for Hamas is always sunny, all problems can be attributed to the Jewish state, and Palestinian leaders are completely without independent agency. Such paternalistic thinking is a staple at the Philadelphia newspaper, CAMERA tells JNS

      CAMERA Op-Ed: The Press Embargoes Iran’s Oil Smuggling

      To fully appreciate the scope of Iran’s malign influence, the press must cover the criminal network that is the IRGC. The Quds Force engages in both thievery and terror, stealing from the Iranian people and others alike. And, as CAMERA tells the Algemeiner, oil smuggling is particularly lucrative and under reported.
      An Iranian Revolutionary Guard cadet with Israeli flag on sole of shoe

      CAMERA Op-Ed: Is Iran Trying to Spark a Civil War in Israel?

      Iran has been using its proxies to smuggle weapons into some of Israel's Arab communities. Tehran might be hoping to spark a civil war, but as CAMERA told the Washington Examiner, the Islamic Republic is likely to be disappointed.

      CAMERA Op-Ed: Diplomat for the Disappeared

      Ory Slonim spent more than three decades working to secure the release of Israel's missing and dead. As CAMERA tells the Washington Examiner magazine, Slonim's memoir showcases the unique threats that Israel faces while highlighting the universality of missing a loved one.

      CAMERA Op-Ed: The Media Continues Its Iran Deal Myth-Making

      The media engaged in a wholesale pitch to sell the Iran Deal in 2015. But as CAMERA notes in the Algemeiner, more than half a decade later many in the press still can't be troubled to accurately report the facts about Iran's nuclear weapons program or the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

      On Israel, the Washington Post’s Opinion Page is an Echo Chamber

      When it comes to Israel, the Washington Post's opinion page is often an echo chamber, breathlessly repeating the same views. The newspaper even ran two op-eds by the same author in the space of seven days, both implicitly arguing the same thing: Jewish homes in Judea are responsible for the lack of peace.

      Washington Post Headline Gives Terrorist the Benefit of the Doubt

      A recent Washington Post headline gave the benefit of the doubt to a terrorist who was caught on film stabbing a Haredi man in Jerusalem. The newspaper's headline tells us much about how the media is quick to blame Jews who defend themselves, while simultaneously minimizing anti-Jewish violence.