Richard Boudreaux

At LA Times Bilin Stone-Throwing is Nonviolent

In his article today about the allegedly peaceful and nonviolent Bilin demonstrations, Richard Boudreaux of the Los Angeles Times discounts the rock-throwers who have injured some 200 Israeli soldiers and border policemen.

UPDATED: Papal Visit in Israel Tests the LA Times

The Los Angeles Times today corrects one of three errors found in its coverage of the Pope's visit to Israel. The two omitted errors had been previously corrected by the paper back in 2003 and 2008.

UPDATED: More propaganda from the Los Angeles Times

“Pistol-toting” Israeli settlers who allegedly “covet” and “steal” Palestinian land are a trope for some western reporters, including Richard Boudreaux of the Los Angeles Times, as exemplified by his Dec. 27th front page story “A West Bank struggle rooted in land.”

CAMERA Prompts LA Times Correction on Israeli Arabs

For the third time, CAMERA staff prompted a correction in the Los Angeles Times regarding the false claim that Israeli Arabs do not serve in the Israeli military. The most recent correction, which appeared yesterday, follows:

The Columbus Dispatch Mutilates an LA Times Jerusalem Feature

In an abridged version of a Los Angeles Times feature on Jerusalem, Columbus Dispatch editors expunged humanizing details about Israel, preserved those about Arabs, and deleted references to Arab responsibility for the city's de facto divisions.

False Claim by Abbas Goes Unchallenged

Before the latest cease-fire, Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas was quoted without challenge saying that since the summer,"thousands of [Gazan] homes have been destroyed." But is this true?

The Los Angeles Times and the Palestinian-Israeli Crisis

In the critical period of late March through early April, the most striking findings concerning the Los Angeles Times coverage of Palestinian terrorist attacks and the Israeli response concerned headlines and photographs.