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?
Former Congressman James Traficant, fresh out of federal prison after serving a sentence for bribery and racketeering, is exercising his new-found freedom to pursue his "grudges," with Israel topping the list.
The late Robert D. Novak was much-praised for his fact-based commentary. Yet his columns on Israel, U.S.-Israel ties and American supporters of the Jewish state amounted to a decades'-long, error-filled screed.
Omission of basic information often figures more prominently in a biased news account than does the reporting of errors as fact. The Washington Post's "Obama Optimistic About Mideast Peace" provides a textbook example.
Washington Post columnist Harold Meyerson's June 17th column smears not only Israel but also its Jewish supporters. It uses an unreliable poll from a fringe source to argue that American Jews favor U.S. pressure on Israel.
A popular feature of internet news sites are talkback threads. But the proliferation of hateful sentiments and falsehoods are a source of concern. CAMERA reviews several talkback threads from the Huffington Post.
Washington Post coverage of Arab-Israeli news has improved recently, but the paper still is incomplete in its reporting about Jewish communities in the disputed territories. Serious omissions leave readers ill-informed.