In studying and posting about UK media coverage of the summer war between Israel and Hamas, we concluded that the Independent arguably surpassed the Guardian in the level of malice and vitriol […]
Late last year we noted that Ali Abunimah – an American born, anti-Zionist commentator who’s been legitimized by both the New York Times and the Guardian despite a record compromised by antisemitism – falsely characterized the Working […]
As the year comes to an end, we thought we’d share five of our more popular posts from 2014. Though our most popular post of the year focuses on an article […]
In order to focus on the most egregious problem with a Christmas day Guardian editorial on the persecution of Christians worldwide, we’ll only briefly note the editorial’s risible opening paragraph which characterizes […]
Cross posted from CAMERA’s blog Snapshots. The Independent is the latest media outlet to correct the false claim the Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest site. It follows earlier corrections at The Washington […]
The Independent published a story on December 24th, by their Deputy People Editor Ella Alexander, about the ongoing Sony hacking scandal. Here’s the headline, photo and strapline. So far so good. As Alexander reports, […]
We’d like to take this time to wish you, our loyal readers, peace, good will and happiness during Christmas and throughout the New Year.
Our headline was taken from this Dec. 23rd article at i100 (The Independent’s BuzzFeed–style website) by the site’s news editor Matthew Champion. Whilst you can read the brief article (ranked 3rd overall […]
The Telegraph’s 2014 World News Review of the biggest stories in politics and culture included international news stories such as the disappearance of flight MH370, the crisis in Ukraine, the bloody march of ISIS […]
Yesterday we posted about an article in the Independent representing the latest example of a mainstream news site erroneously claiming that the Western Wall in Jerusalem is Judaism’s holiest site. We noted that the Temple Mount (where […]
Since 2013, CiF Watch has prompted two corrections at the The Telegraph to reports erroneously claiming that the Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest site. As we noted in previous posts, the Temple Mount (where the […]
Do you note anything out-of-place in this snapshot of the Guardian’s Palestinian Territories page from Dec. 18th? Well, if you looked askew at the lead story (‘Most Palestinians Accuse Abbas of Silencing […]
Further to our post on December 15th about the Master of Ceremonies (MC) for the Holocaust Educational Trust Ireland’s (HETI) Holocaust Commemoration event being forbidden to say the word ‘Israel’ or the […]
Who are the extremists? Jews praying at their holiest site, or Muslims objecting to peaceful Jewish prayer?
The following passage about violence in Jerusalem and recent tensions surrounding the Temple Mount, in an article by John Reed in the Financial Times (Arab-Israel tensions: Jerusalem tales, Dec. 16th), is quite […]
We wish all of our readers celebrating Hanukkah a very happy holiday!
If you want to see a good example of the Guardian Left’s malign anti-Zionist obsession, and the capacity of some advocates for peace and progress to become nearly deranged when contemplating the […]
On Dec. 14th, we commented on an extremely inappropriate photo accompanying an official editorial at the The Observer (sister site of the Guardian) in response to the US Senate’s recent report on the […]
As the blog Israellycool and others have recently reported, the trustees of Holocaust Educational Trust Ireland(HETI) have forbidden the master of ceremonies at the annual Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony on January 25th, 2015, from mentioning […]
On Dec. 11th we asked a simple question after an autopsy (by Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian forensic doctors) of Ziad Abu Ein – the terrorist cum Palestinian minister who died in the West Bank on […]
The Observer (sister site of the Guardian) published an official editorial today (The Observer view on torture, Dec. 14) in response to a report issued by the US Senate Intelligence Committee into the […]