Peace Process & Initiatives

A Comprehensive Collection of Jimmy Carter’s Errors

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid By Jimmy Carter Simon & Schuster, 2006
Jimmy Carter claims that "everything" in his new book is "completely accurate," and maintains (incorrectly) that the book's critics deal in straw-man accusations and ad hominem attacks. But many, if not most, of the facts on which his book's premise rests are demonstrably false.

Mass Resignations from Carter Center

Fourteen members of the Carter Center advisory board have resigned after concluding that the Center’s founder, former president Jimmy Carter, has turned to "malicious advocacy" for the Palestinians and against Israel.

On CNN, Many More Carter Fabrications

The multiple factual errors in Jimmy Carter's interviews with Wolf Blitzer and Larry King suggest that the former president either has scant knowledge of the facts, or little desire to truthfully discuss those facts.

Carter Admits to Ignoring Key Source

Carter's stunning admission that he ignored the key resource on the Israeli-Palestinian  
peace process speaks volumes about his "scholarship."

Jimmy Carter Can’t Make Up His Mind

One day Carter bashes Israel because he believes the Jewish state did not live up to its Camp David obligations. The next day—literally—he says "not a word" of the treaty has been violated.

Henry Siegman’s Expertise: Bashing Israel at Every Turn

Henry Siegman's long list of factual errors, his intemperate anti-Israel rhetoric, his indulgent, if not sycophantic, stance toward Hamas, and his endless self-contradiction might make one wonder why mainstream news organizations so frequently turn to the Council on Foreign Relations "expert."