After Hillary Manning, Los Angeles Times' VP of communications, defended the paper as "committed to the standards of accuracy and fairness," and promised "journalistic rigor, fairness and compassion," the paper continues to pump out coverage of Israel and Hamas which indicates otherwise.
Even as international media outlets answered the call to improve coverage of Palestinian fatalities by noting that those killed by Israeli fire in Jenin last week were confirmed combatants, Israeli daily Haaretz failed to update its English and Hebrew-language reports with this highly relevant information.
Other entertainment news outlets that report on the film should be aware of the pitfalls and avoid making similar errors.
Reuters commendably corrects after overstating the number of Palestinians living in refugee camps in Lebanon and clarifies that the victims of a Palestinian attack were Israeli.
After wrongly reporting that Islamic Jihad claimed four casualties as its fighters, NBC corrected to note that the terror group claimed eight as its fighters.
In response to communication from CAMERA, Times of Israel and Al Hurra amend their coverage on Omar Kattin, killed in unclear circumstances last week as settlers rampaged in Turmas Ayya, to note that Hamas claimed his as its "martyred hero."
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction at Al Hurra after the U.S. news outlet republished an Arabic AFP article which failed to report that two Palestinian fatalities were members of Islamic Jihad, a designated terror group.
Ashraf Ibrahim, killed in a gunbattle with Israeli troops, was a Palestinian intelligence officer. He also moonlighted as a fighter with the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, a designated terrorist organization affiliated with Fatah. News stories reported the former work while leaving out the latter.
Weaponized usage of a single key word can propagate an insidious blood libel. CAMERA prompts correction after Reuters mischaracterized confirmed terrorist leaders targeted by Israel as "alleged Islamic Jihad commanders."
CAMERA prompts quick improvements after AP initially buried the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade affiliation of three fighters killed this morning near Nablus and underreported the number of combatants killed earlier this month in Gaza.