Earlier in the month, media outlets reported on an unusual Christmas tree at a Palestinian university in east Jerusalem. To mark the beginning of the holiday season, Al-Quds University has unveiled a “nationalist […]
Yesterday, we posted about an inaccurate report on the website of Europe’s most watched news channel, EuroNews. The headline and opening passage both erroneously claimed that US Secretary of State John Kerry condemned “violence between Israelis and Palestinians”, when in fact he specificallly condemned Palestinian terror attacks against Israelis.
On Oct. 25, The Sunday Times did what few mainstream British papers would do: they published a story – documented and relentlessly pursued by blogger Elder of Ziyon – about antisemitism and incitement by employees […]
Earlier today, CAMERA’s Tamar Sternthal commented on a misleading headline at USA Today. The headline, “Israelis kill 4 Palestinians as violence surges,” noted Sternthal, failed to “clearly report that the four Palestinians were killed […]
Yesterday we posted about serious omissions by both the Times of London and The Telegraph regarding the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Both news sites, in articles about the ongoing Palestinian violence, noted […]
h/t Shimon UK Media Watch has reviewed a series Facebook status updates by The Telegraph’s Middle East correspondent Robert Tait which reveal a radical worldview more in line with the agitprop of Electronic Intifada bloggers […]
We posted recently about a shameful article in The Telegraph which attempted to undermine multiple undisputed accounts of an antisemitic attack in France last summer. We noted that media outlets across the board agreed […]
The UK Telegraph and Daily Mail retreat from a story about alleged Israeli brutality towards a Palestinian child, recognizing that the players in question have a history of manipulating journalists in Nabi Saleh.
Major media outlets – including Associated Press, The New York Times and the Guardian – agree broadly on events which took place in France on July 13th last year, in which a violent […]
There are few IDF missions as well-known as the Operation Entebbe. On June 27, 1976, terrorists affiliated with the PFLP and a West German group known as the Red Army Faction forced an Air […]
An Israeli ministerial committee recently approved a bill that would allow up to 10 years imprisonment for those found guilty of “throwing rocks at vehicles…in a manner that could endanger the passenger’s safety”. […]
This post was written by CAMERA Senior Researcher Gidon Shaviv. It was originally published in Hebrew at Presspectiva Occasionally the media lock onto a narrative, interpreting events to reinforce the interpretation. This dynamic […]
Yesterday, we posted about a correction prompted by our office to a false Guardian claim that two recently canonised Ottoman-era ‘Palestinians’ were the “first Arabic-speaking saints” in the Catholic Church. (We demonstrated […]
Earlier today, we posted about a correction prompted by our office to a misleading photo used by The Telegraph to illustrate their story on a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on the […]
Yesterday, we posted about a story in The Telegraph on April 13th based on a new 74-page report by Human Rights Watch claiming that Palestinian children “as young as 11″ are being employed under dangerous […]
Did Human Rights Watch and The Telegraph use a misleading photo in report on illegal Palestinian child labor?
Robert Tait of The Telegraph published a story on April 13th based on a new 74-page report by Human Rights Watch (Israel: Settlement Agriculture Harms Palestinian Children) claiming that Palestinian children “as […]
As we noted in a previous post, a passage in a Feb. 26th Telegraph report by Raziye Akkoc on the British graffiti artist known as Banksy included the following unchallenged claim: In the less than two-minute […]
The Telegraph’s coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is generaly fairer and more accurate than other British publications we comment on. However, as we’ve noted since monitoring the paper consistently over the past […]
A report in The Telegraph on the Hezbollah attack on Wednesday which killed two Israeli soldiers (‘Israel strikes target in Lebanon‘, Jan. 28th) included the following passage: However, though Hezbollah claims that Shebaa Farms (an […]
It’s bad enough that foreign correspondents covering the region rarely if ever report on the constant incitement to violence by Hamas, Fatah and Palestinian Authority officials. But, expressions of skepticism by reporters […]