Today Hezbollah is the largest and most well-equipped terrorist organization in the world, with a presence on nearly every continent. But as CAMERA tells The National Interest, the group's rise can be traced back to the winter and early spring months of 1992, three decades ago.
Violent crime, including homicides, has been skyrocketing in some of Israel's Arab communities. But while a disinterested press tries to blame Israel, a growing body of evidence links the increase to Iran. As CAMERA tells the Jewish Policy Center's inFOCUS Magazine, Tehran is funneling arms into Israel.
Around the same time Palestinian rioters were attacking the Jewish holy site of Joseph’s Tomb, the UN’s latest anti-Israel inquiry was willingly lending its ear to someone who had just a week earlier used a pair of events to claim the Muslim holy site of al-Aqsa Mosque was in danger.
As part of ongoing negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons program, Tehran is demanding that the U.S. delist the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO). But as CAMERA tells the NY Sun, the IRGC has a long history of supporting terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda.
Media outlets, the Washington Post foremost among them, are trying to use Russia's invasion of Ukraine to slander the Jewish state. But as CAMERA tells the Algemeiner: don't let them get away with it.
Amnesty International has recently made headlines for its anti-Israel report. But as CAMERA tells the Jerusalem Post its not the first time that the NGO's shoddy and biased reporting has had destructive results.
As CAMERA tells the National Review, there are logical inconsistencies in thinking that you can enact sanctions on Russia and simultaneously release sanctions on Iran. The two countries and China form part of an anti-American axis in the Middle East, and press and policymakers should take note.
As CAMERA tells the New York Sun, Ambassador David Friedman's recently released book, "Sledgehammer," offers lessons for press and policymakers. It also highlights stale thinking and instances of antisemitism at Foggy Bottom.
A new Netflix film paints British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in a more favorable light than is warranted. But as CAMERA tells the National Interest, the revisionist take is unwarranted. In fact, the press and policymakers who appeased Hitler should have known better.
Iran's drone capabilities are expanding. And, as CAMERA tells the Washington Examiner, press and policymakers are well advised to take note. The Islamic Republic is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, and its arsenal of drones threatens the U.S. and its allies.