Rather than covering the contents of a new paper documenting Palestinian incitement, Ha'aretz's Barak Ravid attacks the report's authors for their ostensible political views, and is critical of Israel's Foreign Ministry for daring to adopt the report.
Axios not only misleads on the cause of Airbnb's reversal of its boycott decision, but also omits an important component of the story: the overt discrimination involved.
A November 11th report by Axios, a Washington D.C.-based publication, described recently deceased PLO official Saeb Erekat as a "champion of the two-state solution" who "rejected violence and terrorism." But the historical record shows that the opposite is true.
Haaretz was the latest media outlet to fall prey to false claims of BDS success. Veolia's move to close its bus routes in Israel was part of a business decision to globally cut transportation investments.
CAMERA's Israel office has prompted a Ha'aretz correction today on a story in last week's print edition which wrongly stated that the United Nations recognized Palestine as a full-fledged member.
In the latest "Ha'aretz, Lost in Translation," Ha'aretz's English translators upgrade Palestine to a "full-fledged member" of the United Nations.
Following Presspectiva's complaint to the Israel Press Council, Ha'aretz today runs two corrections. One article wrongly stated that Israel violated a High Court injunction by evacuating Palestinian protesters. Another blamed Israel for a Gazan's death, though the IDF denied involvement.
The New York Times' regularly relies on Ha'aretz when it charges Netanyahu with primary responsibility for failed talks. What will the Gray Lady do about today's Ha'aretz article citing Netanyahu's "flexibility," versus Abbas' refusal to budge?