Two months ago, a CAMERA Op-Ed described the lead role two young girls took in the violent Nabi Saleh demonstrations against the Israeli army. It turns out that pro-Palestinian activists pay children from Nabi Salih and tnearby villages to confront the soldiers.
The New York Times indicts the morality of Israeli society on page one, above the fold. Isabel Kershner writes that "the poisoned political environment around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has affected the moral compass of youths growing up within it."
Mohammed Merah, the confessed Toulouse killer, said he wanted to avenge the deaths of Palestinian children. The drumbeat of false accusations that Israel murders Palestinian children is a modern day blood libel in which the media is complicit.
So the Palestinian Authority wants U.N. membership to pursue Israel in international courts? A CAMERA Op-Ed in the Washington Jewish Week says PA officials should be careful what they wish far -- vulnerable as they are to many charges.
The Ibdaa Cultural Center which serves the young people living in Deheishe refugee camp allows the interior of its building to be used to incite hostility toward Israel and valorize acts of violence.
Dalal Mughrabi has become an iconic figure in Palestinian lore. PA officials urge young Palestinians to identify with her and the deed that made her famous.
Yusuf Qaradawi has praised Hitler and affirmed death threats against Salman Rushdie. The New York Times portrays him as “committed to pluralism and democracy.”
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef's vitriolic remarks Saturday garnered major media attention. In contrast, when PA Chairman Abbas and Prime Minister Fayyad recently honored a mastermind of the Munich Massacre, the keyboards were silent.
CNN Senior International Correspondent Ben Wedeman recently used his Twitter account to promote an anti-Israel rant by polemicist Juan Cole. Shortly thereafter, he engaged in some biased reporting of his own, stating that east Jerusalem belongs to the Palestinians and claiming that Israel needs to be convinced to start direct negotiations with Palestinians.
Recently, the LA Times interviewed two politicians – Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and Arab MK Ahmad Tibi, putting the paper's bias on full display. While controversies surrounding Barkat were detailed, reporter Edmund Sanders failed to inform readers of Tibi's support for Israel's enemies and allowed him to distort numerous other facts.