Criticizing continued repression by Egypt's military, a Baltimore Sun editorial described that country's Muslim Brotherhood as "moderate Islamist." A CAMERA letter, published the same week, suggested that description was a wishful and dangerous oxymoron.
Rev. Alex Awad, a Methodist missionary and Dean of Students at Bethlehem Bible College, offers a distorted view of the First Intifada in his DVD regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is at it again, using his status as one of the heroes in the anti-Apartheid struggle of the 1980s to smear Israel and give Palestinian leaders a pass.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass has trotted out her tired theme of Israeli abuse of Palestinians, allowing a Palestinian activist in Nabi Saleh to promote propagandistic claims that are belied in an earlier; Palestine Monitor article.
The Ibdaa Cultural Center which serves the young people living in Deheishe refugee camp allows the interior of its building to be used to incite hostility toward Israel and valorize acts of violence.
Raja Abdulrahim, who in 2004 received a $2500 academic scholarship from CAIR, now writes for the Los Angeles Times, where she covers up for Muslim American groups, CAIR among them.
The "Fact Checker" at the Washington Post is misnamed when it comes to the Council on American Islamic Relations' Hamas connections. And Post political humorist Dana Milbank falls flat when he sneers at CAIR's critics.
Some commentators claim the Muslim Brotherhood has moderated. But the new leadership that took over in 2010 is "generally viewed as a victory for the Brotherhood's conservative wing and a marginalization of its reformist trend."
The Muslim Brotherhood, the mothership of Sunni Muslim radicalism, is anti-Western, anti-American and anti-Jewish. The Washington Post has a hard time saying so.
After the publication of the Human Rights Council report on Israel's interception of the Mavi Marmara, the US ambassador to the HRC criticized the report's "unbalanced language, tone and conclusions." This article explains why the ambassador's assessment is correct.