by Jonathan S. Tobin
by Hunter Stuart
I had a deeply negative view of the Jewish state until I moved there.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
A new documentary shows how the media caved in to Hamas’ intimidation and distorted its reporting about the Gaza war.
No headline seems too far-fetched when it comes to spreading false news stories about Israel.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Britain's Government is proposing to change the way the BBC is run. It's about time.
by Khaled Abu Toameh
When it comes to covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ignorance is bliss.
Camera’s selection for the media’s biggest blunders in reporting on the Middle East.
by Gilead Ini
The paper consistently covers up and excuses Arab terror.
Understanding the media's insidious contribution to the war.
And what you can do about it.
by Camera.org and Gilead Ini
And other insights from The New York Times.
A Palestinian filmmaker scripts a confrontational scene – again.
Digital editing tools spark a wave of fake photos.
Biased textbooks are mis-educating students to hate Jews and the Jewish state.
In addition to the predictable fringe elements, some mainstream journalists are blaming the Jews for the world’s ills.
A year of anti-Israel bias in the media. Camera.org is setting the record straight.
by Gerald M. Steinberg
When the media itself promotes the unchecked power of political groups and suppresses criticism of these NGOs, democracy is ill-served.
Recent distortions by the media are appalling. Here’s what you can do about it.
Journalists in Gaza are intimidated and threatened by Hamas.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
It is time for Jews to say to the New York Times: we’ve had enough.
by Ezra Aranson
If nothing we do changes the world’s opinion of us, then perhaps we should start caring less about it.
by Tom Gross
BBC is at it again.
How the media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict gets distorted.
by Al Jazeera and Tom Gross
Al Jazeera Arabic admits that Hezbollah and Syria deliberately target civilians, while Israel and France go to great lengths to prevent civilian casualties.
by Ricki Hollander and Camera.org
The New York Times is telling readers how to think about Israel.
by Ricki Hollander
New York Times romanticizes Palestinian violence and ignores the victims.
by David Nesenoff
One doesn't speak ill of the dead, but perhaps there are exceptional circumstances.
Abdul Bari Atwan uses the mainstream media to endorse Bin Laden and spew hatred of the West.
The shooting case has become the mother of all fauxtographies.
The New York Times’ misnomer of “non-violent” Palestinian rock-throwers.
13 suggestions for stopping media bias in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
by Ricki Hollander and Camera.org and Gilead Ini
An in-depth study of New York Times' coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
by Michael Oren
Hamas knows it can't destroy Israel militarily so it tries to do so through the media.
The inside story of the media war against Israel.
Four key take-aways from Operation Pillar of Defense.
by Sarit Catz / Camera.org
The Times double standard and obsession with criticizing Israel moves into overdrive.
An Israeli court rules the bulldozer death an accident. The media continues to promote a libel.
by Neil Lazarus
How I wish Ambassador Oren would have replied to Bob Simon’s bias against Israel.
by David Harris
Surely the NY Times could have found a travel writer on Jerusalem who doesn't have baggage on the topic.
The New York Times columnist crossed a line.
by Ambassador Ron Dermer
Why Netanyahu refuses to publish an op-ed in the so-called “newspaper of record.”
Ignoring the real issues involved in his release, the paper writes an infuriating op-ed bashing Israel's prime minister.
by Elliot Mathias
Win the debate by changing the terms.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
The anti-Israel campaign raises the question: Does academic freedom exist on campus?
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