CAMERA staff prompt a Los Angeles Times correction today in an article which falsely attributed a positive example of depiction of the other to a Palestinian textbook when it in fact appears in an Israeli textbook.
Following communication with CAMERA staff, the Los Angeles Times changed a tendentious headline which falsely depicted Sheik Raed Saleh, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamist Movement in Israel, as a campaigner for civil rights.
In May, days before a Palestinian suicide terrorist murdered a score of Israelis, most of them young teenage girls, Yasir Arafat delivered yet another of his propaganda screeds, this time before the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Qatar. While repeatedly lauding Palestinians for "irrigating the land with their blood" in the struggle for "Palestine" he let loose a tirade of lies against Israel.
Reporting on Israel's missile attack on a PLO militia commander, CNN deceived viewers by characterizing the man merely as a member of a "political party," despite the fact that he was thought responsible for killing three Israeli soldiers, and for nightly sniper fire at an Israeli neighborhood in Jerusalem.