Edmund Sanders article today in the Los Angeles Times about a purported increase in attempts by Jewish worshipers to pray on the Temple Mount unnecessarily exacerbates tensions by publishing false Palestinian accusations as fact.
On August 20, 2012, a group of 50 young Palestinians attacked a Christian housing project. The attack went largely unnoticed by the same outlets that covered the desecration of a monastery in Latroun, Israel.
In his Time magazine cover story, Karl Vick provides a simplistic black vs. white depiction of secular-haredi battles, ignoring figures and social trends which point to a newly emerging phenomenon.
The May issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine features an article, "Jerusalem by the Book," in which the author returns to Jerusalem with a guidebook written by his parents in 1951. Unfortunately, when he ventures into territory liberated by Israel in 1967, the author steps into politics and outside the confines of journalistic accuracy.
Lynne Hybels from Willow Creek Church told a sad and moving tale about a home demolition in Jerusalem. It was not the whole story.
Writing for the BBC, freelance travel writer Matthew Teller misleads readers about the history of Jerusalem, about international law, and about present-day Jerusalem with a story about the city's new light rail.
In October 2010, Lesley Stahl of CBS News's "60 Minutes" broadcast an overtly biased segment about Jerusalem's City Of David." Despite public outrage , CBS chose to thumb its nose at viewers and rebroadcast it on June 6, 2011. Read CAMERA's analysis.
In an essay published in the Spectator, a British news magazine, CAMERA critiques the latest disingenuous attempt by the BBC to defend its one-sided documentary about Jerusalem.
The BBC revealed its disregard of its own Editorial Guidelines when it defended a one-sided and inaccurate documentary about Jerusalem.
Reuters omitted important history in its recent coverage of the controversy surrounding the Mughrabi Gate in Jerusalem.