A CAMERA letter today in the Jerusalem Post debunks an argument made by Machsom Watch's Nomi Lalo that checkpoints and checkpoints serve no security purpose because "terrorists do not pass through roadblocks."
CAMERA's letter in the Los Angeles Times corrects a news article which wrongly reported that "Israel sealed Gaza's borders."
The letter points out that "If Rev. Dr. Ateek's [left] approach to peacemaking is 'theologically correct,' as he asserts, then we must be living in the Middle Ages."
The letter asserts: "Your article 'Palestinians mull a majority' (Page 1, Feb. 27) notes, 'One group of Israeli researchers ... charge that the Palestinian census is riddled with mistakes.' However, it fails to explain why." The reasons are then listed.
The letters address falsehoods and distortions in Jonathan Tasini's one-sided, anti-Israel October 2007 Forum column. In a note appended to the letters, Playboy noted that CAMERA readers critiqued Tasini's article with a "deluge" of complaints.
The Boston Globe published a CAMERA-authored article regarding the upcoming Sabeel conference at Old South Church in Boston.
CAMERA's Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post discusses CNN's "poisonously biased" series, "God's Warriors."
A CAMERA Op-Ed, urging the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to upgrade its objectivity and balance oversight of recipients like NPR, appeared in Hawaii's biggest newspaper when CPB board members met in Honolulu.
CAMERA's column responds to falsehoods and distortions in Hamas leader Mousa Abu Marzook's Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times.