Christian Issues

NY Times Skews the News on Christian Decline in the Mideast

New York Times report on the Mideast's declining Christian population ignores key facts on  Palestinian and Israeli Christians. First, Israel's Christian population is growing. Second, Palestinian Christians are emigrating largely as a result of Muslim persecution.

UPDATED: Papal Visit in Israel Tests the LA Times

The Los Angeles Times today corrects one of three errors found in its coverage of the Pope's visit to Israel. The two omitted errors had been previously corrected by the paper back in 2003 and 2008.

CAMERA Researcher on the Steel on Steel Radio Program

CAMERA's Christian Research Analyst Dexter Van Zile was interviewed on Steel on Steel radio program, hosted by John Loeffler (left), about former President Jimmy Carter's new book We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land: A Plan That Will Work.

Christian Peacemakers Ignore Unpleasant Topics

Two recent commentaries about the fighting in Gaza embody the tendency of Christian churches and NGOs to engage in escapist fantasy when confronted with unpleasant realities.

WCC’s Kobia Issues Fatwa: Israel Must Stand Down

Rev. Samuel KobiaRev. Samuel Kobia, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches has issued his fatwa: Israel must stand down in the face of incessant rocket attacks from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.

WorldVision’s Deceptive Plea for Support

WorldVision, a Christian organization that promotes child welfare, uses a distorted narrative about the Arab-Israeli conflict to raise funds for its work in the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza.