Blaming the IDF for nearly 1,000 child deaths, a Ha'aretz editorial dismisses the Israeli government report on Al Dura as "dubious," "barely serious." But Ha'aretz's own accusations, based on distortions of B'Tselem figures, are just that.
Earlier, NBC's Lawahez Jabari incorrectly reported that there is just one West Bank luxury hotel. When it comes to the much more complex and important subject of Palestinian minors in Israel jails, she's in way over her head.
Hanoch Marmari, a former editor-in-chief of Ha'aretz, details the multiple failures of Gideon Levy and his editors with respect to the publication of the "apartheid" poll article and its paltry clarification. If only the current editor would speak out.
The Harvard Kennedy School provided a platform for notorious anti-Israel detractor Diana Buttu. The results — including a string of demonstrable falsehoods — were predictable.
A record number of tourists visited Bethlehem this holiday season, and the hotels are fully booked, but the Los Angeles Times still finds fault with Israel. The reason: Israeli tour operators don't promote Palestinian tourism.
The New York Times and like-minded media often cast Jewish settlers as violent extremists assailing peaceful Palestinians, even though West Bank Arabs have murdered at least nine times as many Jewish civilians as the other way around.
Once again, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights covers up combatant casualties. In the latest round of Gaza violence, PCHR ignores at least two, and possibly more, Islamic Jihad fatalities.
The Israel office of CAMERA prompted Ha'aretz to correct an online news brief in English which had wrongly identified a Hamas man killed by Israeli forces as a "Palestinian civilian." The error and correction follow:
According to a recent poll, Arabs and Jews have mutual misgivings about the idea of living next door to one another. News coverage of this poll, however, hides half of this picture.
The Israeli army has published figures claiming 70 percent of the Palestinians killed in the Gaza fighting were combatants. This contradicts Palestinian claims that most of the dead were unarmed civilians. CAMERA's analysis found 3/4 of the fatalities were adult males.