As Jewish mourning for the destroyed Temples endures, so too does media misreporting distancing the Jewish people from their most sacred site.
CAMERA prompts Deutsche Welle corrections on two key geographical basics: First, Israel's capital is Jerusalem, not Tel Aviv. Second, the Jewish temples' location on the Temple Mount is an archeological fact, not a matter of faith.
CAMERA prompts correction after Reuters qualified the historical fact that the Jewish temples were located on the Temple Mount as unverified, citing "The site, said to have once housed two ancient Jewish temples . . ."
CAMERA Arabic puts the breaks on the omnipresent Arabic media formulation falsely casting Tel Aviv as Israel's capital, prompting 17 corrections in two months.
CAMERA prompts a slew of corrections after AP erroneously reported that Australia has recognized Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
The Western media has increasingly abetted Palestinian propaganda efforts to erase the Jewish claim to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. Far too many journalists today accept the historic revisionism and political falsehoods put out by Palestinian activists and leaders and promote it with their own jargon and linguistic tricks.
CAMERA Arabic prompts both Agence France Presse's Arabic service and U.S. government Arabic broadcaster Al Hurra to correct erroneous references to 1967 East Jerusalem as “the Palestinian portion of the city.”
Two flags are plainly visible in an AP photograph: Hamas' green flag and the Palestinian flag. So why did the news agency initially cite the Palestinian flag, ignoring the equally prominent flag of the terror organization?
Following contact from CAMERA, The Hill corrected an erroneous reference to Tel Aviv as Israel's capital.
Following protracted communication from CAMERA Arabic, and in the wake of important steps to address anti-Jewish and anti-Israel bias at the network, Deutsche Welle completely removes a backgrounder about Jerusalem rife with errors.