Flags cover the bodies of Palestinian fatalities, plainly confirming the deceased's terror organization membership. Despite the highly visible insignias, major Western news agencies cover up the Palestinian casualty's terror affiliations.
Times of Israel commendably corrected after inaccurately stating that the Congregration Beth Israel hostages were "freed." While one of the hostages was in fact freed, the other three escaped.
Haaretz's English edition today commendably amends two reports which whitewashed the crimes of Pakistani terrorist Aafia Siddiqui as "alleged," when in fact she was convicted of attempted murder in 2010.
CAMERA prompts corrections at US News & World Report, Metro and Yahoo after the media outlets illustrate a story covering the burial of terror victim Yehuda Dimentman with a three-year-old photo from a Palestinian funeral. Euronews has yet to correct.
CAMERA prompts corrections of multiple AP photo captions which failed to make clear that Muhammad Salameh, shot dead by Israeli policemen Saturday, had just stabbed an Israeli civilian.
While both AP and Reuters carried headlines and first paragraphs identifying the assailant in today's fatal shooting attack in Jerusalem as Palestinian, AFP had concealed that basic information.
Times of Israel had initially omitted that Salah Hammouri of Addameer, one of the Palestinian NGOs flagged by Israel as a terror group, had been convicted of plotting to assassinate former Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef.
CAMERA prompts improved coverage after Haaretz's article on Midhat Saleh, reportedly killed by Israeli gunfire, initially omitted the former Syrian MP's involvement in anti-Israel attacks and his alleged ties to Iran's Revolutionary Guards. AP, in contrast, has yet to amend.
A June 13, 2021 Washington Post report claimed that there hasn't been a bus bombing by Palestinian terrorists in a decade. Yet, as CAMERA pointed out to Post staff, this isn't true. Following contact from CAMERA, the Post commendably corrected the report.
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction of an i-24 Arabic report which erroneously stated that Ahlam Tamimi was merely "accused" of participating in the Sbarro bombing. In fact, she was convicted and also boasts of her role in the deadly 2001 terror attack.