CAMERA prompts correction of a Israel Hayom article which falsely stated that Israeli journalist Ben Caspit called for retaliation against the Tamimi family, after cousins Ahed and Nour were recently filmed repeatedly striking an Israeli soldier.
The UK Telegraph and Daily Mail retreat from a story about alleged Israeli brutality towards a Palestinian child, recognizing that the players in question have a history of manipulating journalists in Nabi Saleh.
What's worse: impertinence or impotence? The Israel Press Council's ruling against Ynet, and the council's inability to do anything about the media outlet's refusal to abide by its ruling, is a saga involving both.
CAMERA's Israel office filed a complaint with Israel's Press Council about an article which falsely claimed that the mother of an arrested Palestinian boy was denied permission to accompany him. The ethics court rules in CAMERA's favor.
On Ynet, a staged scene filmed by a B'Tselem photographer stands in for actual reporting. Elior Levi reports without question that the mother of an arrested boy was denied permission to accompany him while the footage proves the opposite.