Benjamin Netanyahu

Baltimore Sun Op-Ed on Israel, Iran Draws CAMERA Correction

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.

Dana Milbank Sets Fire to His Washington Post Column

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank called Benjamin Netanyahu's comparison of the Islamic State with Hamas “incendiary.” He called Mahmoud Abbas' charge of Israeli “genocide” … nothing. Not worth his notice, apparently.

NY Times Corrects: Netanyahu Immediately Denounced Murder

Following communication from CAMERA's Israel office, The New York Times corrects yesterday's editorial which falsely claimed that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was slow to condemn the murder of 16-year-old Muhammad Abu Khdeir.

CAMERA Prompts Haaretz Correction on Netanyahu Quote

 Haaretz corrects English headlines which falsely stated that Prime Minister Netanyahu stated that Israel is home only for Jews. In fact, he referred to the Jewish "nation-state," a vast difference.

Ha’aretz Corrects Jewish State Error

Now that Ha'aretz has commendably corrected the erroneous claim that Netanyahu was the first Israeli PM to demand Palestinian recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, will Reuters and The New York Times follow suit?

LA Times Distorts Netanyahu’s Speech on Iran

In his Saban speech, Netanyahu repeatedly called for tearing down Iran's nuclear military infrastructure.  Contrary to Los Angeles Times coverage, he did not call for shedding Iran's nuclear program at large.