ELCA Bishop Margaret Payne refuses to correct the record.
The week of March 1 is the week for indoctrinating students to hate Israel. The country's most virulent adversaries will concentrate their attention on campuses in North America and beyond, spreading falsehoods and encouraging boycott of the Jewish state, or even its destruction.
A United Methodist Church children’s book “From Palestine to Seattle: Becoming Neighbors and Friends,” and the accompanying Sunday school teacher’s manual, invites children into an alternate universe in which Israeli concessions and withdrawals bring about an end to Palestinian violence. Sadly, no such universe exists. And in its upside down version of reality, the book portrays Israeli security checkpoints as the cause, not the result, of Palestinian violence.
Christian anti-Israel activists and commentators have proven particularly adept at using Jewish voices to delegitimize Israel.
The San Antonio Express published CAMERA's letter refuting a Feb. 15, 2008 op-ed by University of Texas professor Mansour O. El-Kikhia that portrayed Israel as an apartheid state.
The PC(USA)’s 2006 General Assembly may have reversed a 2004 resolution calling for the church to divest from Israel, but the resolution is having little impact on the actions of the denomination’s investment committee.
Long a forum for controversial views on the Middle East conflict, Worldview, a global affairs program produced by Chicago Public Radio station WBEZ, has in recent months featured a preponderance of anti-Zionists.
Jonathan Tasini's comments on Israel are not anti-Semitic. They're just wrong. And by turning to this anti-Israel partisan to "inform" its readers about the Middle East, Playboy does damage to its own credibility.
The New York Times ran yet another full page, anti-Israel ad by the Council for the National Interest, founded by Paul Findley.
A CAMERA Op-Ed in Ynet today debunks false claims made by Shulamit Aloni in her earlier column defending Jimmy Carter's book.