CAMERA’s in-depth study of one school system that’s dispensed skewed information about Israel is a window on what’s being taught in institutions across the country and how difficult it can be to gain full access to classroom materials – and to redress the bias.
CAMERA's six-month study on New York Times reporting details quantitatively and qualitatively how the newspaper treats Israel with a harsher standard, omits context, and shows a clear preference for the Palestinian narrative.
The Case for Moral Clarity is an anthology of Op-Eds authored by Professor Alan Dershowitz, analyzing and exposing the spurious allegations that Israel's military campaign against Palestinian rocket and mortar attacks constituted a "disproportionate response," violated international law or targeted non-combatants.
On October 21, 2007, CAMERA convened a conference to explore the issue of Israel's Jewish Defamers and to encourage open discussion of their disquieting role in both American and international discourse about the Jewish state. This monograph presents the issues raised at the conference.
CAMERA's monograph about Jimmy Carter's book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid , reviews many of the material errors made in Jimmy Carter's book and often repeated in his interviews and other writing.
Due to National Public Radio's Israel problem, CAMERA compiled a rigorous analysis of NPR's broadcasts over a two-month period which dramatically underscores the network's skewed approach to covering Israel.