In a video unveiling a new long-range attack drone, Iran warns in Hebrew and Persian "Prepare your shelters." AP completely ignores that threat, and reports with no qualification that President Raisi "reiterated Iran's stance about friendly relations with 'all countries in the world,'"
The Washington Post is failing. In more than half a dozen reports on Israel's counterterrorist operation in Jenin, the Post repeatedly failed to provide crucial context and essential facts. The failures are so endemic, and so pronounced, that they raise questions about the future of the newspaper's coverage of the Israel-Islamist conflict.
At the beginning of July, Israeli Defense Forces launched a major counterterrorist operation in Jenin. Many mainstream news outlets failed to provide essential context about the raid. As CAMERA tells the Washington Examiner, the Palestinian Authority's support for terrorism, both implicit and otherwise, have given the leading state sponsor of terror, Iran, an opening to attack Israel.
A USA Today report on a U.S. Congressional trip to Israel offers an example of good, old-fashioned journalism. The newspaper avoided editorializing and refrained from inserting commentary while providing readers with essential information.
The U.S.-backed Palestinian Authority is led by an unpopular kleptocrat, Mahmoud Abbas. But as CAMERA tells Jewish Policy Center's InFocus Magazine, the end of Abbas's rule is coming, one way or the other. And the U.S. would be well advised to plan for the chaos that is likely to follow.
Iran is growing increasingly bold. The world's leading state sponsor of terrorism has launched more than eighty attacks against U.S. service members and bases in the last two years. As CAMERA tells the Washington Examiner this will have profound consequences for both the U.S. and key regional allies like Israel.
After initially burying Iran's reported presence in the Kafar Sousah neighborhood, Times of Israel gives more prominent coverage to the area's security and intelligence installations.
Iran, CAMERA tells the Washington Times, uses Africa to finance and plot terrorist activities against the United States and its allies, including Israel. Yet, the Islamic Republic's influence in Africa often goes overlooked.
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.
Iran, CAMERA tells The National Interest, is looking to seize Judea and Samaria. And with the growing unpopularity of the Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, whose ruling Fatah movement is losing control over key cities, it might just get its chance.