Evidence of Germany’s affinity for Iran—and vice versa—is abundant, if often ignored by press and policymakers alike. The underreported relationship between the two nations stretches back more than a century and has profound implications for the future.
The Islamic Republic of Iran continues to solely blame the U.S. for a 1953 coup of its democratically elected prime minister. And many Western news outlets continue to sell the mullah's story. But as CAMERA noted in The Washington Times, the truth is more complicated—and the facts have long been available to the media.
The Washington Post tried—and failed—to accurately fact check President Donald Trump’s May 8, 2018 announcement that the U.S. is withdrawing from the Iran deal
CAMERA takes to the pages of the Washington Jewish Week to highlight the false narratives and false labeling of servants of the Iranian regime.
In a largely unreported event, Iran's President received the leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Is Iran planning on increasing money to the terrorist group?
The Washington Times provides a detailed look at a frequently underreported subject: Iranian-backed militias.
CAMERA takes to the pages of The Washington Times to note al-Qaeda's terror ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran
Iranian Hezbollah has warned two of the country's former presidents against undermining the country's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Yet, print media shouldn't mistake divisions as a sign of "moderation."
A new Iranian-backed Palestinian terrorist group has emerged—and by appearances, it may be expanding. Yet, many in the U.S. media have failed to take notice.
Reporting on recent elections in Iran, many major U.S. print news outlets refer to imaginary Iranian “moderates.”