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.
Raja Abdulrahim's lengthy article underscoring the Gaza Strip's dire financial situation does not mention Hamas once, a glaring omission sure to have brought great holiday cheer to the territory's repressive regime.
Hamas, the U.S.-designated terrorist group that calls for a Jewish genocide, has ruled the Gaza Strip for nearly two decades. A new initiative by a New York-based organization is seeking to highlight Hamas's brutal rule, by interviewing Gazans. Will the mainstream media listen?
UPDATE: CAMERA prompts an Editor's Note after The New York Times falsely reported that Gaza's fishing industry is collapsing under the Israeli blockade, ignoring official Palestinian data showing that the catch has more than doubled in the last 15 years.
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.
ABC correspondents Ines de la Cuetara and Reena Roy falsely charge that Israeli airstrikes were responsible for all of the Gaza casualties earlier this month, ignoring that errant Islamic Jihad rockets were the culprit in a significant number of cases.
UPDATE: CAMERA prompts correction of an AP Week in Pictures feature which misidentified outgoing Islamic Jihad rockets launched from Gaza towards Israel as "Israeli airstrikes."
"In Gaza, denial and doubt over misfire rocket claims," is Reuters' headline. In reality, though, it's Reuters which is drowning in denial.
After investigations find that a misfired Palestinian rocket killed seven Palestinians in Jabaliya, NBC News seemed intent on obscuring the facts.