This video exposes the absurdity of The Economist's assertions and what Al Jazeera's footage conceals about traffic lights in Jerusalem.
CAMERA's letter in the International Herald Tribune reveals how Jerusalem academic Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi erases the presence of thousands of Muslims peacefully residing in western Jerusalem.
The Economist, with Al Jazeera hot on its heels, has dug up a new Israeli villain: traffic lights. The news organizations allege Jerusalem traffic lights oppress Arabs with long red signals. In fact, Jewish and Arab traffic on major roads takes precedence over Jewish and Arab traffic on smaller roads.
Ha'aretz again deceives readers, now claiming there are no Arab Knesset members when there are currently 12, including, for instance, Ibrahim Sarsur.
The Los Angeles Times publishes another Op-Ed calling for the dismantlement of the Jewish state. Jonathan Kuttab's piece makes ludicrous assumptions about the fate of a Jewish minority in a "binational state."
Gale Cengage turned to a radical anti-Zionist — a man who has argued that suicide bombers are "patriots" and the Jewish state is "Hitlerite" — to write an encyclopedia article on Zionism. The publisher is now reviewing the piece's accuracy.
Israeli politicians are taking sides on a controversial proposal by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman. So is the BBC, which misleadingly cast the proposal as an "Arab diplomat ban."
The newspaper has corrected a news story by Charles Levinson that falsely cast Tzipi Livni as wanting to transfer Israel's Arabs to Palestinian control. A misleading reference to Avigdor Lieberman calling for their "expulsion" was not corrected.
The headline over Washington Post Ombudsman Deborah Howell's April 20 column read, "Was 'Excluded' the Wrong Word?" The column itself proved that it was, and yet the ombudsman did not find that a correction was necessary to the assertion that "except for a relatively small Druze population," Israel excludes its Arab citizens from military service.
For the third time, CAMERA staff prompted a correction in the Los Angeles Times regarding the false claim that Israeli Arabs do not serve in the Israeli military. The most recent correction, which appeared yesterday, follows: