In many traditions, the New Year is a time for resolving to changes bad habits. Unfortunately, as noted in CAMERA's Op-Ed, for some news organizations those habits included whitewashing terrorist groups, advocacy journalism and more.
CAMERA letter corrects the slanderous propaganda of Palestinian-American commentator who accuses Israel of "imposing itself" on the entire Middle East by claiming "ethnic supremacy."
"Humanitarian aid desperately needed" in the Gaza Strip — so claimed an erroneous Baltimore Sun editorial. CAMERA's June 7th letter set the record straight for readers who might have been misled.
CAMERA's letter in the International Herald Tribune reveals how Jerusalem academic Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi erases the presence of thousands of Muslims peacefully residing in western Jerusalem.
Washington Times columnist Arnaud de Borchgrave got a whole series of key facts wrong — and, not surprisingly, his larger point was distorted as well.
In "Israeli extremism exposed" (Opinion, March 12) writer Ahmad Tibi just puts a new lead on charges he made nearly a year ago in a New York Times Op-Ed column, "A Harsh Reality for Palestinians" (April 6, 2009).
CAMERA's column in the Christian Science Monitor explains why "Israeli Apartheid Week" is a regressive concept, and is not about helping Palestinians but rather eliminating the Jewish people's national self-determination.
What the New York Times chooses to cover in the Arab-Israeli conflict – and what it excludes – is a story in itself. Why won’t the New York Times report on the anti-Israel funders behind the Goldstone Report?
The daily newspaper El País is considered the “leader of the mainstream press in Spain.” Its correspondent in Israel, Juan Miguel Muñoz, poisons Spanish understanding of the conflict with his consistently anti-Israel coverage.
The Op-Ed discusses misplaced terminology in news stories, such as the frequent but questionable use of the word "moderate" to describe the Fatah party and leaders.