In remarks that were uncritically disseminated by several news outlets, former President Obama defended his decision not to veto United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334 on the grounds that settlements were rapidly expanding. Yet, the truth is otherwise, as CAMERA noted in The Daily Caller.
Thanks to a US abstention the UN Security Council has passed Resolution 2334, asserting that Israeli settlements have "no legal validity" and are a "flagrant violation under international law." Will the resolution be counterproductive, like the settlement freeze President Obama imposed on Israel in 2009? Or will it help advance the cause of peace?
Containing four of journalism's six basic elements doesn't mean a report is two-third's correct. As Washington Post coverage of Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy shows, one-third missing is not a passing grade.
What's the difference between tweeting and journalism? The difference between gossip and news, and now it's snared The Washington Post's Jerusalem bureau chief.
As Congress has continued its review of the Iran deal, the time-worn stereotypes of Jews as dual-loyalists, using their money and nefarious influence to incite wars have been used to smear opponents of the agreement.
Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Day in Iran continues to be celebrated annually with marches and cries of “Death to America!” and “Death to Israel!” This year's event took place during the conclusion of U.S.-led talks with Iran over its nuclear program. Not all major media noticed.
USA Today columnist and journalism school dean DeWayne Wickham's objectivity slips when it comes to Israel's prime minister. And Israel. And its supporters.
An Op-Ed by a former Baltimore Sun foreign correspondent on the invitation to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to the U.S. Congress about Iran's nuclear program suffered from Israel derangement syndrome. A CAMERA letter to the editor provided an antidote.
Coverage of new sanctions against Iran for its presumed nuclear weapons program often omits context of Iran’s repeated anti-America attacks. A CAMERA Op-Ed supplies it.
“Occupied territory.” “Palestinian territory.” “Illegally occupied West Bank.” These and similar terms occur constantly in coverage of Israeli-Palestinian news. You'd never know that the West Bank is Jewish territory under international law, as Prof. Eugene Kontorovich argues.