Akiva Eldar responds to the Presspectiva/CAMERA exposé concerning his false report that the Israeli government has acknowledged that Jews are the minority between the river and the sea. He partially acknowledges the falsehood, and also introduces a new distorted figure.
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.
A 2010 movie produced by Kensington Church in Michigan is emblematic of how megachurches can use their influence to promote an inaccurate view of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The Spanish and British governments helped a Palestinian group erase the historical presence of Jews, Judaism and Christianity from the city of Hebron.
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) is considering an anti-Israel resolution that includes a quote falsely attributed to Nelson Mandela. The fake quote got passed five Presbyteries and three PC(USA) committees.
In The Wall Street Journal, Maen Rashid Areikat writes an Op-Ed so replete with falsehoods that it rightly could be called a work of fiction.
The claim that Israel has 35 laws that discriminate against Arab citizens is a transparently false canard meant to delegitimize the Jewish state. But that did not prevent the New York Times from publishing it, in violation of codes of ethics requiring accuracy even in the opinion pages.