CAMERA takes to the pages of the Algemeiner to highlight The Washington Post omitting Palestinian incitement
--Once again, the dishonest battle cry to "defend" the Al Aqsa mosque from Jewish plans of takeover, is being cynically used as a clarion call for violent jihad. It is the latest salvo in a war against Judaism's legacy in Jerusalem. CAMERA provides background on the battle over the Temple Mount, which is based on Muslim claims of supremacy and fought on multiple political and violent battlefronts.
UK media turn Palestinian murder of Jews in Halamish into a ‘clash’ over metal detectors. Absent is the history of Palestinian incitement, anti-Semitism and violence, all based on the false pretext of protecting Muslim holy sites.
Virtually devoid of actual examples of incitement in the Palestinian school system, an AFP article today gives credence to the Palestinian denial of the widespread phenomenon.
The AP purports to set the record straight on statements by David Friedman to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during his confirmation hearings for ambassadorship to Israel. But the AP "fact-checker" counters Friedman's fully accurate facts with misleading half-truths.
NPR runs another piece whitewashing and concealing the role of Abbas and the PA leadership in promoting anti-Israel hatred and encouraging violence, thus depriving listeners of the facts they need to understand the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Former Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren is gone. But the soft-gloving of Palestinians, including former terror leaders, seems to be continuing under the watch of former bureau chief Steve Erlanger, who has returned to Jerusalem until Rudoren's replacement arrives.
The PA Minister of Finance claims the authority is promoting “peace and prosperity” in The Hill. CAMERA tells Hill readers what the finance minister omitted.
This year, the media have blundered all too many times in reporting on the Middle East. There were, unfortunately, countless potential "winners," but after careful consideration, CAMERA has identified the media's ten biggest bungles.
Shortly after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the Center for American Progress last week, a blog affiliated with the group purported to have found "10 falsehoods" in Netanyahu's comments. Did it?