A recent Washington Post op-ed is distinguished by its repeat omissions and distortions. All of which, CAMERA notes, have one thing in common: the defamation of the Jewish state.
Foreign Policy claims to “draw on the world’s leading journalists, thinkers, and professionals” in order to “analyze the most significant international trends and events of our times, without regard to ideology or political bias.” But when it comes to recent coverage of Israel that is up for debate.
NYT journalists employ a singular set of criteria to assess racism in Israeli society versus others, similar to the double standard they use to condemn Israel for the sort of laws democratic countries routinely use to govern entry by foreigners into their borders.
Forward columnist Mairav Zonszein insists the New York Times owes readers an explanation for disappearing scare quotes. But it is her own account of the story that is in need of redress.
Mairav Zonszein's polemic that "the aggressive silencing of anyone who voices disapproval of Israeli policies" is a grotesquely distorted depiction of the status of democracy in the Middle East's one free state.
Months after CAMERA's Israel office prompted Ha'aretz to correct coverage about Depo Provera injections for Ethiopian women, the media watchdog sets off another round of corrections at the Israeli news outlet.