The United Nations humanitarian chief seems unaware that Hamas cynically uses the Western media — and humanitarian officials — to spread the misinformation it disseminates for propaganda purposes.
B'Tselem again dupes the mainstream media into believing it has tallied civilian Palestinian casualties when it has done no such thing. An in-depth CAMERA study documents the many flaws in B'Tselem's 2007 data.
The organization misleads on civilian deaths in part by ignoring information on Palestinian involvement in hostilities
After a column in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette heaped praise on Jimmy Carter's new book while ignoring the many substantive complaints about the book's errors and distortions, the newspaper published the following CAMERA rebuttal.
How many Palestinians killed by Israeli counter-terrorism operations in Gaza were combatants? Contrary to allegations by Physicians for Human Rights and some news coverage, the majority of them were indeed combatants.
By implying that Egyptians and Israelis alike are angry about the peace treaty between their countries, Newsweek creates the illusion of symmetry out of completely asymmetrical situations.
CAMERA staff prompted the following corrections on an International Herald Tribune Op-Ed by Patrick Seale.
In a newspaper prone to extreme anti-Israel coverage, readers now find shoddy reporting on casualty numbers that, not surprisingly, tilt against Israel.
Twice within two weeks, newspapers have had to correct false statements by anti-Israel activist Mazin Qumsiyeh. These two corrections, along with the many other erroneous statements by Qumsiyeh which have passed uncorrected, reveal a disregard for facts that should be a red flag for those considering reading–or publishing–his diatribes. Update: Qumsiyeh responds to CAMERA's critique.
A "study" by an anti-Israel group claims that New York Times coverage is anti-Palestinian. A closer look proves this claim, along with the pseudoscientific study which produced it, is absurd.