False Quotes

      CAMERA Op-Ed: Time to Break the Code of Silence About “‘Til Kingdom Come”

      Maya Zinshtein and Abraham (Abie) haven’t said a word publicly about the well-documented problems with their film. They haven’t admitted to the allegations. They haven’t denied them. They haven’t even tried the old defense that the quotes were fake, but accurate. They’ve said nothing. Not one word. And the people in the documentary filmmaking community have let them get away with it. No one in this community has called them to task — at least not publicly. 

      Gary Burge’s Missed Opportunity

      Wheaton College Professor Gary Burge was given a second opportunity to provide his readers with a reliable and trustworthy text about Israel and the Palestinians, but he threw it away.

      Fake Mandela Quote Gets Past Eight PC(USA) Forums

      The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) is considering an anti-Israel resolution that includes a quote falsely attributed to Nelson Mandela. The fake quote got passed five Presbyteries and three PC(USA) committees.

      Haaretz, Lost in Translation

      English translators for the Israeli daily repeatedly minimize or expunge information about Arab wrongdoings appearing in the Hebrew original. At times, the English account is completely at odds with the original Hebrew.