Diaa Hadid

New Year, Same Old New York Times Bias

Update Below: The NYT corrects various errors after CAMERA communication with editors. Times coverage of violence in Jerusalem got off to a bad start with a headline falsely placing the lethal attack on Alexander Levlovich in the West Bank. In a second falsehood, Diaa Hadid alleges police entered Al Aqsa mosque.

After Israeli Video Mocks Journalists, Reporters Prove its Premise

Journalists should understand that the production of a satire video by the Israeli government in no way vindicates their own reporting. They shouldn’t insult readers’ intelligence by suggesting otherwise. And they should take a deep breath before reacting, because they might just prove the very point the video tried to make.

New York Times News Pages Go Into Editorializing Overdrive

Today in inappropriate editorializing: News reporter Diaa Hadid purports to knows what Benjamin Netanyahu thinks (deception!) and what Mahmoud Abbas thinks (negotiations!), while Jodi Rudoren turns partisan opinions into New York Times fact.

NY Times Corrects on Jerusalem Arabs’ Voting Rights

CAMERA prompts correction of a New York Times article which erroneously reported that Jerusalem Arabs do not have full voting rights. In fact, they are entitled to Israeli citizenship, which grants them full voting rights.