CAMERA questions why The New York Times consistently fails to cover the most egregious examples of Palestinian incitement in this ad.
In response to a New York Times feature romanticizing Palestinian terrorists, including the one responsible for the deaths of 15-year-old Malki Roth and 14 other, CAMERA ran this ad.
CAMERA ran this advertisement in The Wall Street Journal deploring the refusal of CBS News and 60 Minutes to correct factual errors in its "Christians in the Holy Land" broadcast.
This CAMERA advertisement highlights the New York Times' tendency to avoid reporting on incitement and rejectionism by Palestinian leaders and its impact on Palestinian society.
CAMERA is running ads in LA-area newspapers in the form of an open letter to the Executive Editor. The ad has so far appeared in the Los Angeles Business Journal and LA Weekly, and will soon appear in a half dozen other publications.
CAMERA ran this full-page ad calling on the publishers of Jimmy Carter's error-riddled book to correct its falsehoods.
In advance of the 2006 US Episcopalian General Convention, CAMERA published an ad urging fair treatment of Israel when voting on resolutions about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
This ad, an open letter by CAMERA to ELCA members, urging fair treatment of Israel, appeared in the August 12, 2005 edition of USA Today .
CAMERA's ad outlines the United Nations' long history of anti-Israel bias, demonstrating that the UN's oil-for-food scandal is only the latest example of the organization's corruption, which started decades ago.
CAMERA ran this full-page ad about the media's reluctance to call Palestinian terrorists “terrorists” in Sunday's New York Times.