The New York Times scrubbed from its story language acknowledging Islamic Jihad is regarded as a terror organization, referred to the murderous group as "nettlesome" and "unruly," and consistently failed to note their rocket attacks are violations of international law.
The New York Times downplays Hamas war crimes, excusing its deadly rocket fire as an expression of "impatience" with Israeli bad behavior, suggesting it mistakenly kills Israeli civilians, and describing gunmen as mere demonstrators.
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 presents a film about about some of the media myths regarding Jerusalem.
This monograph equips Evangelicals with the information necessary to refute the faulty narrative at the heart of this campaign. It also exposes the threat Christian anti-Zionism poses to Evangelical-Jewish relations.
CAMERA annual student conferences train activists to effectively combat anti-Israel and anti-Zionism on college campuses.
CAMERA questions why The New York Times consistently fails to cover the most egregious examples of Palestinian incitement in this ad.
A CAMERA video documents recent examples of blatant editorializing in The New York Times news pages.
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.
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.