Yishai Goldflam, editor-in-chief of Presspectiva, CAMERA's Hebrew site, publishes a column in the Seventh Eye examining Ynet's refusal to abide by a Press Council ruling against the backdrop of declining public trust in the media.
For The New York Times bureau chief, the latest flotilla campaign organized by terrorist groups and anti-Israel radicals brought to mind, amazingly, Holocaust survivors seeking refuge in pre-state Israel on the Exodus. The sum of the "news analysis" was one more example of fact-anemic bias by the paper.
In an essay published in the Spectator, a British news magazine, CAMERA critiques the latest disingenuous attempt by the BBC to defend its one-sided documentary about Jerusalem.
Washington Post columnist Harold Meyerson charged Israel with "intransigence" and new settlement construction. CAMERA's letter exposed the allegations.
The murder of five members of the Fogel family in Itamar prompted familiar circumlocutions and evasions by The New York Times where the killing of Jews is concerned. Rather than call it a "terrorist attack"— the family was said to have been killed by "intruders."
A February 1 USA Today commentary said the Muslim Brotherhood would play a necessary part in an Egyptian move toward democracy. A CAMERA rebuttal highlighted the unlikelihood of such a role.
The Elders of Zion, a czarist forgery, contributed to antisemitism in pre-Holocaust Europe. The Elders, as they call themselves, are all too real, and -- despite their stated intention -- helping spread anti-Zionism.
Yishai Goldflam, editor-in-chief of CAMERA's Hebrew site, Presspectiva, publishes an Op-Ed in Yisrael Hayom examining how a history of media fabrications has contributed to doubts about the death of Jawaher Abu Rahma.
In response to a letter-to-the-editor demonizing Israel with false information, the Baltimore Sun published the following response by CAMERA's Washington director, Eric Rozenman. The article originally appeared in the Baltimore Sun on Dec. 22, 2010 and can be viewed on the media outlet's website here.
Presspectiva Editor Yishai Goldflam criticized Ha'aretz columnist Yossi Sarid for reflexively blaming Israel even when the facts directly contradict him. Ha'aretz published Goldflam's letter to the editor on the same subject, translated below.