Days after the Toronto Star unequivocally corrected that Bruce Willis "never boycotted Israel," Stephen Huvane, publicist for Hollywood star Meg Ryan, tells CAMERA: "Meg Ryan has not participated in any boycott against Israel."
The Teachers Union of Ireland unanimously adopted a resolution calling for the complete cessation of cultural and academic exchange with Israel, a boycott of professors, researchers and students for no reason other than their nationality.
David Remnick's false diagnosis of an Israel veering uncontrollably to the right helps sustain the fashionable but unhelpful view the Palestinians have no active role in the conflict, and no responsibility for its course.
Vacuum and Ha'aretz's sloppy journalism about the use of birth control by Ethiopian Jews set the stage for Israel's demonization.
Everything about CNN's claim that soccer star Didier Drogba joined 61 other players to protest the killing of Gaza teens playing soccer is false. Drogba signed nothing, there were fewer than 62 signatories to the petition, and Israel didn't kill 4 people playing soccer. UPDATE: CNN has corrected.
Hanoch Marmari, a former editor-in-chief of Ha'aretz, details the multiple failures of Gideon Levy and his editors with respect to the publication of the "apartheid" poll article and its paltry clarification. If only the current editor would speak out.
Days after a false headline alleging that the majority of Jews support apartheid in Israel, Ha'aretz buries a clarification on page 5. This is the second time within two months that Ha'aretz corrected an erroneous page-one headline. Will editors conduct an internal inquiry?
Do most Israelis support an apartheid regime in the country and do they advocate discrimination against Arabs? An article by Gideon Levy in Ha'aretz highlighted with sensational but distorted headlines twists facts to promote the apartheid canard against Israel.