Apartheid Canard,
BDS and Delegitimization

Norman Finkelstein, Benny Morris and Peace not Apartheid

Norman Finkelstein cites Israeli historian Benny Morris as an example of someone who agrees with Jimmy Carter's apartheid analogy. Morris makes clear that this is not true, describing Finkelstein as "a notorious distorter of facts."

A Comprehensive Collection of Jimmy Carter’s Errors

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid By Jimmy Carter Simon & Schuster, 2006
Jimmy Carter claims that "everything" in his new book is "completely accurate," and maintains (incorrectly) that the book's critics deal in straw-man accusations and ad hominem attacks. But many, if not most, of the facts on which his book's premise rests are demonstrably false.

Mass Resignations from Carter Center

Fourteen members of the Carter Center advisory board have resigned after concluding that the Center’s founder, former president Jimmy Carter, has turned to "malicious advocacy" for the Palestinians and against Israel.

AD: Correct Carter’s Falsehoods

CAMERA ran this full-page ad calling on the publishers of Jimmy Carter's error-riddled book to correct its falsehoods.

Presbyterian (PCUSA) Leaders Should Be Urged to Reject Divestment

From June 15 through June 22, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA), a Protestant denomination with approximately 2.3 million members, will pass judgment on the defense policies of Israel as it defends itself from terror attacks from the Hamas-dominated Palestinian Authority. The leadership of the PCUSA should consider more than just the Palestinian perspective, to acknowledge the 58-year history of Arab rejectionism toward the State of Israel, and to vote to rescind the unfair and counterproductive selective divestment initiative begun in 2004.

Guardian’s False Apartheid Charges—Part II

Part two of CAMERA's investigation into Chris McGreal's Guardian feature comparing Israel to apartheid South Africa reveals more erroneous and distorted reporting by the newspaper's Middle East correspondent.