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PBS Corrects Erez Crossing Error

In response to CAMERA and public complaint, PBS Newshour corrected its inaccurate reference to Erez as the only crossing point between Israel and Gaza.

Updated: PBS Gaza Coverage Partisan, Shoddy, Unbalanced

PBS’ “Newshour” aired back-to-back stories about Gaza and Israel resuming normal life. The Gaza segment is filled with civilians and devastation. In contrast, viewers do not see a single Israeli victim of Hamas rockets, nor is there one shot of destruction in southern Israel.

Memo to the Media: Check Those Civilian Casualty Claims

In Operation Pillar of Defense, some media, relying on Palestinian sources, exaggerate the proportion of civilian casualties in Gaza. They give less weight to Israeli figures and ignore the fact that 2 out of 3 fatalities are men between ages 18-40.

Jewish students uncomfortable on campus

‘Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’ are rights that are supposedly God-given and also government-protected according to the Declaration of Independence. In America, we are granted a whole lot of rights, among them the freedom of speech, whi …

Michael Oren: Media Perpetuate Hamas Strategy

In a Washington Post op-ed, Israel’s ambassador to the United States writes, “Hamas knows that it cannot destroy us militarily but believes that it might do so through the media.”

Ha’aretz Corrects Article Wrongly Blaming Israel for Boy’s Death

Following communication from Presspectiva, CAMERA’s Hebrew branch, Ha’aretz has corrected a column by Anshel Pfeffer which had wrongly blamed Israel for the death of four-year-old Gazan Mahmoud Sadallah.

Ha’aretz Lost in Translation: Whitewashing a Stabbing

Ha’aretz‘s translators again downplay Palestinian violence, this time transforming the stabbing of Yael Shalom into an “assault,” her 20-something-year-old Palestinian assailant into an “Arab teen,” and one of his weapons, a crowbar, into a “stick.”

Hamas’ Smuggling Tunnels and What National Geographic Does Not Want You to Know

Following Hamas’ use of long-range missiles to target Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, National Geographic editors chose to run a partisan article glorifying Palestinian smugglers while ignoring their malignant role in Iran/Hamas’ war against Israel.

Jihadist-turned-Zionist, like book that changed his mind, makes Israel Case

NEW YORK‒In 2000, as a young teenager on a trip to Pakistan to visit family, Muslim ex-radical Kasim Hafeez saw violence praised and “learned� that America, the Jews, and Israel were behind all wars and world difficulties.

Salama, Shalamah, Shamalah, Shamallakh… and Why David Carr is Wrong Regardless

The many criticisms of a recent New York Times article by David Carr might feel like a confusing blur of names. But regardless of whose name is spelled how, the reporter did a dramatic disservice to readers by ignoring facts and context in his indictment of Israel.