In the controversy over Jimmy Carter's error-ridden new book, the role of publisher Simon & Schuster has been ignored. The publisher is not willing to assure the factual merit of the book or to redress its errors.
The main drafters of United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 — Lord Caradon, Eugene Rostow, Arthur Goldberg and Baron George-Brown — explain that Resolution 242 does not require Israel to return to the armistice lines established after Israel's War of Independence.
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.
It is wrong to treat a partisan activist as a credible and objective expert. Yet Time turned to Jimmy Carter for its book on the Middle East.
Former President Carter is doing interviews to promote his egregiously biased new book which attempts to rewrite Middle East history. For him, Arab parties are blameless and Israel is almost entirely at fault.
NPR Host Terry Gross indulges Jimmy Carter's numerous false assertions, including the bizarre claim Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon never negotiated with the PA's Mahmoud Abbas.
CAMERA sent letters to officials at the Episcopal Church expressing concern about Church's one-sided and distorted narrative of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The San Francisco Chronicle claims to "strive for accuracy" and promises to "quickly correct errors or misleading statements." Yet its opinion pages serve as a haven for patently inaccurate anti-Israel allegations, and no corrections appear to be forthcoming.
When it comes to Arab-Israeli affairs, is former U.S. President Jimmy Carter a) uninformed, b) misinformed, or c) blinded by an anti-Israel animus? His USA Today Op-Ed, "Israel's new plan: A land grab" (May 16 print edition) makes a strong case for "all of the above."
Washington Times recently published two CAMERA letters, one correcting two factual errors in a Times news story, and another addressing an inaccurate description of Hamas in a Times Op-Ed.