Naftali Frankel

Haaretz Corrects: 3 Kidnapped ‘Soldiers’ Were Murdered Civilian Teens

CAMERA prompts correction after Haaretz's Chemi Shalev referred to the July 2014 kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens as "the kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers." It was a crime that shocked the nation and sparked a series of events leading to war. It's hard to imagine how the Haaretz editor got this wrong.

CAMERA Op-Ed in Times of Israel on NYT’s Faux Fairness

Once again, a New York Times editorials issues a pro-forma condemnation of both Israelis and Palestinians – before it proceeds to single out Israel for real or perceived wrongdoings, while downplaying foul play on the other side.

Huffington Post UK Corrects: No West Bank Airstrikes

CAMERA's Israel office prompts Huffington Post UK correction of a headline which had incorrectly referred to West Bank airstrikes. Airstrikes targeted Gaza, not the West Bank, and were a response to rocket attacks against Israel, not to the teens' murders.

The Moral Equations of the New York Times

Just hours before the three abducted Israeli teenagers, Gilad Sha'ar, Eyal Yifrach, and Naftali Frankel, were discovered dead in a field belonging to one of the kidnappers' families, the New York Times printed an article purporting to demonstrate the "asymmetry of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the value of lives on both sides."