In a rare series of France24 corrections, the French public broadcaster removed false references from several online Arabic stories which wrongly labeled Israeli communities in the Gaza border area as "settlements."
France 24 fires Dina Abi-Saab, the second Arabic-language journalist dismissed from the publicly-funded network following CAMERA Arabic's investigation exposing social media content supporting terrorism and peddling antisemitism.
In less than an hour, France24’s Jerusalem correspondent Laila Odeh went from glorifying a terrorist who murdered four civilians to being treated as a respectable, balanced journalist reporting on the exact same terror attack.
The return of Jerusalem correspondent Laila Odeh to work after a brief suspension for her media posts glorifying terrorists sends a message to her France24 Arabic colleagues: it's time to return to the regularly scheduled program of anti-Israel content.
In ruling that Jerusalem correspondent Leila Odeh is fit for reporting and in failing to probe systemic anti-Israel bias in the Arabic service, France24 gives carte blanche to on air misconduct across the board.
A CAMERA Arabic exposé reveals long records of vile antisemitism on the social media accounts of France24 Arabic journalists Joelle Maroun, Dina Abi-Saab, and Laila Odeh.
Laila Odeh, Jerusalem correspondent for France 24 Arabic, sinks into a baseless conspiracy theory alleging a U.S.-Israeli cover up of Shireen Abu Akleh's killing.
Adopting Palestinian and Arab nationalist perspectives at odds with well established facts, France24’s Arabic-speaking reporters, hosts and commentators make extensive use of biased terminology and leveled unfounded assertions.