Jodi Rudoren

NYT Corrects: Israel Didn’t Block Installation of Scanner

CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a New York Times article which erroneously reported that Israel blocked the installation of a scanner meant for Gaza exports. In fact, it was installed weeks ago and is already in use.

Video: A Tour of New York Times Editorializing

A CAMERA video documents recent examples of blatant editorializing in The New York Times news pages. Meanwhile, new information reveals that the newspaper's slur on an Israeli minister is even more outrageous than it already seemed.

CAMERA Prompts NY Times Correction on Bedouins

CAMERA's Israel office has prompted correction of a New York Times photo caption which grossly overstated the number of Bedouins facing relocation a short distance according to the controversial Prawer-Begin plan.

NYT Corrects: Israel Does Not Advance 3,500 New Settlements

In the first media correction prompted by CAMERA's Israel office since this week's opening of its Jerusalem hub, the International New York Times corrects an article which had incorrectly reported that Israel advances plans for 3,500 new settlements.

NYT Part II: Telling Readers How to Think About Palestinians

Every couple of years the newspaper runs an article that ostensibly focuses on Palestinian anti-Israel indoctrination. But not only do these articles ignore the worst examples of Palestinian incitement, they inevitably soft-pedal the entire issue, pretending that it is fueled by Israel in order to prevent peace negotiations, or that it is part of a bilateral phenomenon, with Israelis sharing the guilt– something that is clearly not the case.

NYT Part II: Telling Readers How to Think About Palestinians

Every couple of years the newspaper runs an article that ostensibly focuses on Palestinian anti-Israel indoctrination. But not only do these articles ignore the worst examples of Palestinian incitement, they inevitably soft-pedal the entire issue, pretending that it is fueled by Israel in order to prevent peace negotiations, or that it is part of a bilateral phenomenon, with Israelis sharing the guilt– something that is clearly not the case.

CAMERA Op-ED: NYT Telling Readers How to Think About Israel

A CAMERA Op-Ed in the Times of Israel explains the latest ploy by The New York Times to influence readers against Israel: Reporters use pejorative labels to describe Israeli leaders in what are supposed to be news stories.