One week after British Member of Parliament George Galloway was able to portray himself as a man of peace in a local Boston newspaper, CAMERA revealed the man's role as an apologist for murderers and dictators in the Middle East.
James Carroll, an expert on the roots and consequences of Christian anti-Semitism, fails to address how Muslim teachings regarding the Jewish people foments hostility toward Israel in the Middle East.
NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof asserts that the Israeli blockade has failed. Palestinian opinion polls do not support his viewpoint.
Chris Patten, ex-governor of the former British colony of Hong Kong, is fond of using loaded terms to depict Israel as a colonizer. In this Financial Times op-ed, he condemns Israel and spares Hamas of any opprobium.
UPDATED, June 29: .The online edition of Forbes magazine describes itself as being "among the most trusted resources for the world's business and investment leaders." But its June 17th online commentary, written by radical, anti-Israel professor Ian Lustick, was based in an alternate reality, so counterfactual and bizarre as to raise serious questions about the general editorial judgement at Forbes.
UPDATED: CAMERA has received a "response" from Justice Goldstone regarding our Nov. 17 letter requesting answers to specific questions addressing the substance of the Goldstone Report.
While claiming to recount "What really happened during the Israeli attacks" on Gaza, Wright relies on a biased version of the facts, marring an otherwise informative piece on the January 2009 conflict.
Ha'aretz's Amira Hass yesterday was honored with a prestigious award for her "pursuit of the truth." But her extensive coverage of the Samouni family deaths demonstrates a practice of reporting interviewees' contradictory and discredited claims at face value.
Breaking the Silence (Shovrim Shtika) is a foreign-funded, Israeli NGO whose mission is to publicly vilify Israel's military. British media outlets have overlooked journalistic norms to promote this NGO's questionable allegations.