The February 2 CAMERA letter rebuts a Baltimore Sun editorial by pointing to Palestinian rejectionism as the real underlying cause of the conflict.
A Jan. 17, 2009 Op-Ed in the Boston Globe by CAMERA's Andrea Levin examines Hamas' charter and exposes the terror group's goals. Read the whole piece ("The truth about Hamas,") here.
The letter explained why USA Today's editorial on Gaza "misstated cause and effect," and why "there is no 'cycle' of 'Israel punishing innocent Palestinians in response to terrorism, inevitably stirring up more resentment and retaliation.'"
CAMERA's Op-Ed, entitled "Bending the Truth: Human rights group B’Tselem’s statistics are far from being trustworthy," explains how B'Tselem's lastest research on Palestinian fatalities "is as shoddy and unreliable as ever."
The letter responds to an article that describes Hezbollah as "the Lebanese Shi'ite political/paramilitary/social organization that is trained and financed by Iran," which omits a more basic description.
The letter notes that a recent decision by a indepedent bookstore owner to disinvite anti-Israel professor Sari Makdisi should have stemmed from fact-checking, not censorship.
A CAMERA letter refutes unsubstantiated charges by two board members of Jewish Voice for Peace that Israeli soldiers had committed massacres in Tantura and Dawayameh and that Israel was intentionally starving Gazans.
The June 4 letter discusses Wikipedia's shortcomings, and comments on disingenuous criticism by Gershom Gorenberg and others about CAMERA's call for fair-minded people to learn about and edit the often-unreliable online encyclopedia.
CAMERA's Op-Ed, published on April 21 in the Jerusalem Post, discusses an example of how media coverage greatly benefitted from swift and effective response by Israeli officials, and concludes that nothing in the war of ideas and images takes the place of the all-important work of refuting defamation.
CAMERA's Op-Ed, published on April 24 in the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, notes that some speakers at conferences hosted by the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center talk about the modern State of Israel the way Christians talked about Jews in Medieval Europe.