On October 31, CNN rebroadcast "God's Jewish Warriors" for the first time since late August. While serious factual errors identified by CAMERA were addressed and many editorial changes made, the fundamentally dishonest premise of the series remains.
CAMERA's Alex Safian appeared on the FoxNews program Fox and Friends (October 18) to discuss the organization's New York Times ad about CNN's "God's Warrior's" series.
A full page ad highlighted some of the distortions in CNN's "God's Warriors" series with Christiane Amanpour and called on CNN to correct the errors.
CAMERA Associate Director Alex Safian appeared this morning on the FoxNews program Fox and Friends to discuss the errors and bias of the CNN series "God's Warriors."
Christiane Amanpour gained fame by using her role as a journalist to advocate on behalf of Bosnian Muslims who she believed were threatened by genocide. Now her brand of advocacy journalism is being applied to promote an anti-Western and anti-Israel narrative.
The video shows Christiane Amanpour misleading viewers about the history of Jerusalem, about the view of American presidents on the legality of settlements, and about a U.S. decision on loan guarantees to Israel. The video shows factual errors and distortions in the initial version of the program. UPDATE: The latest version of the CNN segment redresses some of the distortions in the original. Details to come.
CAMERA Executive Director Andrea Levin was featured in a FoxNews segment criticizing CNN's Christiane Amanpour and her "God's Warriors" series.
Christiane Amanpour has two separate standards when it comes to emphasizing the religion of "God's Warriors." In the first segment, she repeats "God's Jewish Warriors" 22 times. In the segment about Muslims, she links "Muslim" and "Warriors" only five times.
CAMERA's Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post discusses CNN's "poisonously biased" series, "God's Warriors."
Dan Abrams tonight slammed CNN's "God's Warriors" as biased shoddy journalism, saying at the outset that the three-part series "was not what it claimed or promised to be." In the segment, titled "CNN's Holy war?", Abrams also said "CNN should have called it what it was, a defense of Islamic fundamentalism and the worst type of moral relativism."