President Obama's speech at the State Department on May 19 outlined his administration’s policy in the Middle East and North Africa, making some clean breaks with what had been key elements of US policy in the region for decades.
The Financial Times ignores the history of eastern Jerusalem, denying Jewish historical, legal and religious connection to the city, while validating Palestinian claims.
A partisan blogger falsely claimed that General David Petraeus warned Israeli intransigence was putting American soldiers at risk. CNN and BBC then repeated the allegation. Petraeus denies saying it. Where is the correction from CNN and BBC?
Geraldo Rivera's irrational outburst against Israel, Prime Minister Netanyahu and American Jews says more about him than his targets.
As a result of CAMERA's formal complaint to the BBC, the British media giant removed from its Web site major distortions about the US position on Israeli settlements.
CAMERA has sent a letter to Jimmy Carter after the former president apologized to the Jewish community for anything he may have done to stigmatize Israel. CAMERA's letter called for concrete actions to go along with his apology, specifically, the correction of recent false charges.
In an Op-Ed in the International Herald Tribune, Jimmy Carter enthusiastically endorses Goldstone's Report, grossly inflating the extent of destruction and the number of displaced Gazans, among other errors which require correction.
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, The Washington Post gave Prof. Stephen Walt a platform to reiterate the anti-Israel conspiracy theory advanced in his 2007 book The Israel Lobby, a belief roundly rejected by many of his colleagues and reviewers. The question is, why?