A record number of tourists visited Bethlehem this holiday season, and the hotels are fully booked, but the Los Angeles Times still finds fault with Israel. The reason: Israeli tour operators don't promote Palestinian tourism.
The New York Times and Christian Century appear to be coming to their senses when it comes to the prospects for democracy and religious freedom in Egypt.
Muhammed Sayyd Tantawi's status as an inveterate anti-Semite did not disqualify the late sheikh as the darling of inter-religious dialogue. He was lionized by the Vatican, the World Council of Churches and others before and after his death.
A round-up of some of the news and commentary on the violence in Cairo that resulted in the deaths of dozens of Coptic Christians and three Egyptian soldiers on October 9, 2011.
A CAMERA-prepared report published by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs details how the World Council of Churches has assailed Israel for decades.
The World Council of Churches played a crucial role in turning the UN's 2001 anti-racism conference in Durban South Africa into an anti-Israel hate-fest.
Rev. Dr. Olav Fyske Tveit, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches issues a statement condemning violence against civilians in Syria.
The Assad regime has killed thousands in Syria since March but aside from a few "tweets," the World Council of Churches has said nothing. Why?
Assyrians and other indigenous populations in Iraq are fighting for their survival. The mainstream media in the U.S has largely ignored their efforts to establish a safe haven in the Nineveh Plains.
Rifat Odeh Kassis, a long time anti-Israel activist recently attacked the Archbishop of Canterbury over remarks he made about Christians in the Middle East. Kassis defended Palestinian Muslims against charges the Archbishop did not make.