Conflict and War

Questioning the Number of Civilian Casualties in Lebanon

The perception that Israel's response to Hezbollah attacks was disproportionate, and that indiscriminate force was aimed at the Lebanese population, was largely a result of media reports on the casualty breakdown in Lebanon. But there is plenty of reason to doubt often repeated claims that almost all Lebanese casualties were civilians.

Washington Post-Watch: Meltdown on Sunday in August

The Washington Post is not always a reliable source for coverage of Israel's war against Hezbollah. The August 13 edition evidences this with its misleading word choices, key factual omissions, and lack of logic.

Reuters Forgets Pledge

CAMERA has long criticized Reuters for providing a platform for terrorist propaganda—not only with the photographs they distribute, but with reports from the region as well. Reuters responded by pledging to reinforce editing safeguards. But now, following the war in Lebanon between the Hezbollah terrorist group and Israel, the pledge has apparently been forgotten.

The Washington Post’s Misrepresentation of the Shebaa Farms

Washington Post news coverage of and commentary on Israel's war against Hezbollah in Lebanon often refer to "the disputed Shebaa Farms" region and "Israeli-occupied Shebaa Farms." Such descriptions frequently accompany reports of Hezbollah insistence that it will continue "armed resistance" until Israel ceases occupying Lebanese territory. Yet there is no international dispute over the status of the 10-square-mile area at the intersection of the Lebanese, Israeli and Syrian borders.

Question to Time Magazine: Who Are Hezbollah’s Intended Targets?

Time Magazine prints a photo of an injured Israeli girl under the headline "Unintended Targets: Fighting between Israel and Hizballah takes its toll on the most vulnerable." Israeli children are unintended targets? Nasrallah doesn't really mean to hit them?

Hezbollah and Lebanon: Myths and Facts

Myth: The Lebanese government never agreed to Hezbollah's armed role in south Lebanon, or to its attacks against Israel.
Fact: There is no doubt that a significant number of Lebanese, including some Shia, oppose Hezbollah and view the group as a puppet of Syria and Iran. However, the government of Lebanon has officially accepted and applauded Hezbollah's attacks against Israel. For example, on the website of the Lebanese Army is a Nov. 22, 2004 document entitled "Independance" (sic) which lauds the "resistance" ...