‘Breaking the Silence’ used unsubstantiated charges of abuse by Israeli troops in last summer’s Israel-Hamas war for its latest headline grab. This works only when media, like The Washington Post, fail to dig.
Did Washington Post news coverage have a horse in Israel's election race? Were nine references to the Likud party, seven to the Labor Party, none in reverse, accidental?
At first glance, a Washington Post front-page follow-up to Jerusalem's synagogue massacre looked balanced. CAMERA's closer reading showed it was not, not even close.
CAMERA's Washington, D.C., office prompts correction of a Washington Post news article which incorrectly referred to disputed West Bank land as "Palestinian land."