As Palestinian Islamic Jihad indiscriminately fired nearly 1500 rockets at Israeli civilians and the Israeli military targeted the designated terror organization with some 400 airstrikes, France24 Arabic pundit Khaled Gharabli once again hastened to falsely charge Israel of committing war crimes with impunity.
Question: When does the hyper-vigilant international media ignore Israel dropping a bomb? Answer: When a senior Israeli security official reveals that Palestinian terrorists were on the verge of opening a dangerous new front against Israeli civilians.
Two decades have passed since Raja Abdulrahim, then a student, came to the defense of anti-Israel terror groups. But not a day has passed since she's downplayed one.
CAMERA prompts a Haaretz clarification after the English edition stated as fact that Israeli Arabs convicted of violent assaults during May 2021 riots received "disproportionate punishments," as opposed to attributing that claim to demonstrators, as the Hebrew edition rightly did.
At Oberlin, the Jewish Studies department appears to be part of the problem, not part of the solution. But readers would never know this from the CJN's effusive coverage.
A recent Washington Post article is replete with errors, both of omission and co-mission. The Post parrots anti-Israel propaganda and fails to provide readers with essential background and history.
AP highlights the fatal shooting of four Palestinian gunmen attacking Israeli troops as a "deadliest episode," even as the news agency downplays the fatalities' violence and terror affiliations. But the murder of three Israelis sitting in a Tel Aviv bar? Until CAMERA intervened, the only thing the wire service found deadly about that incident was the cops' killing of the Palestinian gunman "who attacked a bar."
CNN’s story selectively quoted the IDF to reinforce its misleading depiction of events that dramatically understates the level of violence Israeli forces encountered during the operation.
After falsely reporting that Israeli airstrikes were responsible for all reported 49 casualties in Gaza earlier this month, MSNBC's Ayman Mohyeldin acknowledges: "[W]e should have also noted AP reported evidence that 14 of those were killed by errant rockets fired from the Palestinian side."
By withholding the essential "detail" that Islamic Jihad claimed Salama Abed as one of its commanders, AP advances the false narrative of "war on Gaza," as opposed to war on a terror organization. UPDATE: In response to CAMERA's persistent communication, AP adds that Abed belonged to Islamic Jihad.