CAMERA posts in 3 languages, Oct 1: BBC Watch, Presspectiva, In Focus and Revista

Our regular round-up of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Not fit for purpose: BBC backgrounder on second Intifada
Factual inaccuracies in one of the BBC’s backgrounders on the second Intifada. (BBC Watch)

BBC second Intifada backgrounders: ‘Sharon started it’
BBC backgrounders promote Sharon’s visit to Temple Mount as the cause of the second Intifada. (BBC Watch)

Why Public Events Work!
CAMERA helps bring Israel’s highest ranking Muslim diplomat, Ishmael Khaldi, to Cornell. (in Focus)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish-speaking press
Israel’s criticism towards Iran’s foreign policy has been highlighted in the media. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Amira Hass and the 15 Martyrs
Is there a moral equivalency between the killing of two Israeli soldiers and the deaths of 15 Palestinians killed during the year? (Presspectiva)

Abbas and media complicity
According to the Spanish press, Mahmoud Abbas is “committed” to peace, Israel is an obstacle to it, and there is no Palestinian incitement to hatred. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Rouhani Fever and CNN
As news organizations blatantly mischaracterize statements recently made by Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, a number of Farsi-speakers challenge CNN’s account of his supposed “acknowledgment” of the Holocaust.. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Pro-Israel Activists Applaud the Destruction of Israel?
Speaker at J-Street conference advocates for policies that would lead to the end of the Jewish State of Israel, and the crowd replies with applause. (in Focus)

Buried by the Guardian: The extremism of Hassan Rouhani
The Guardian’s fawning coverage of the new Iranian President omits any mention of his long record of suppressing dissent at home while supporting terrorism abroad. (CiF Watch)

 

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Sept. 17-24: BBC Watch, Snapshots, Presspectiva, Revista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Israel Hayom Plays Broken Telephone
Israel Hayom’s three versions of a report on Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal becomes increasingly confused. (Presspectiva)

What Israel has done for the Palestinians
Has Israel really done nothing for the welfare of Palestinians in the last 46 years?. (Presspectiva)

BBC WS adds clarification to Doucet remarks in Peres interview
BBC corrects claim by Lyse Doucet that Israeli PM never said what it had itself reported him as saying. (BBC Watch)

BBC’s educational resource website describes Yom Kippur attack by Syria and Egypt as ‘pre-emptive’
Politically motivated distortion on the BBC’s resource website for teachers . (BBC Watch)

Perpetrator: always Israel
The Spanish-language media tends to distort information when Israel is the victim. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Europa Press: distorting the information
The Spanish wire agency does its best to portray Israel in the worst possible light . (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

A Holy Land Without Christians?
The population of Christians in “Israel/Palestine” has actually increased, not decreased. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Where’s the Coverage? Rouhani’s Own Words Prove He is No Moderate
The latest untold story. (Snapshots)

Counter-terror idea by Simon Jenkins in response to Nairobi: Stop building malls.
In response to the massacre of civilians at a shopping centre in Nairobi, Kenya by the Islamist group al-Shabaab, the Guardian’s veteran journalist proposes an unusual anti-terror idea: cease the construction of shopping malls! (CiF Watch)

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Sept. 13-16: BBC Watch, In Focus, Snapshots, Presspectiva, Revista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Does the evidence support the BBC’s touting of “less hardline Iranian stance” on nuclear issue?
The BBC continues to paint a misleading picture of a ‘moderate’ new Iranian president. (BBC Watch)

BBC regular Atwan’s week: speech at Hamas-linked conference, interview on Hizballah TV
A regular BBC guest commentator on the Middle East was recently to be found on Al Manar TV and at a Hamas-linked conference. (BBC Watch)

AP Better Than AFP on 20 Years Since Oslo
AP’s article on 20 years since Oslo mentions Palestinian terror attacks, something the AFP did not do in its egregiously skewed coverage. (Snapshots)

Glenn Greenwald’s top 5 anti-American rants
In addition to his well-documented record of antisemitism, Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald also possesses an extreme hostility towards the United States – an ideological orientation which calls into question those who take seriously his reports on U.S. national security. (CiF Watch)

The Economist’s extraordinarily misleading 12 words on why Hamas hates Israel
The Economist‘s brief explanation of why ‘Hamas hates Israel’ is, sadly, par for the course in the context of the UK media’s continuing obfuscation regarding the Islamist terror group’s theologically inspired antisemitism and commitment to jihad. (CiF Watch)

Assumptions presented as facts
Some Spanish-speaking media reproduced a Foreign Policy article stating assumptions about Israel’s alleged nerve gas stockpile as fact. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Northeastern’s SJP Violates School Policy
Students for Justice in Palestine protest a pro-Israel event without a permit, a violation of school policies. A Boston Globe columnist takes up their case. (In Focus)

The good, the bad and the naive
Yediot insinuates a sexist motivation for not appointing Israel’s first female governor of the Bank of Israel (Presspectiva)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
Headlines focus on the UN report on the use of chemical weapons in Syria, but the press also emphasizes that Israel hasn’t signed the UN Convention on Chemical Weapons. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Problematic UN
In an Op-Ed, a CAMERA CCAP Liaison at the University of New Orleans sheds light on problems at the UN. (In Focus)

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Sept. 10-12: BBC Watch, In Focus, Snapshots, Presspectiva, Revista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Has the BBC discovered 50,000 previously unknown Jews in Iran?
The BBC over-estimates Iran’s Jewish community by at least 50,000. (BBC Watch)

AFP’s Timeline of Bias, Redux
A lopsided AFP timeline recounting 20 years since the Oslo Accords recounts Israel’s counter-terrorism actions while completely ignoring the Palestinian violence that prompted them. (CAMERA)

BBC ignores Ramallah demonstration against talks, PA cash to released terrorists
Certain events in Palestinian society are habitually ignored by the BBC in its portrayal of the ‘peace process’. (BBC Watch)

Where is the Star?
Students at McNeese State University in Louisiana start their school’s first pro-Israel group with CAMERA’s help. (In Focus)

Where’s the coverage?
The Spanish media continues to ignore Palestinian terrorism incitement. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Context without context
Spanish channel Cuatro web provided biased context about the new peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
The press discusses Israel’s “caution” regarding the turmoil in Syria and the Russian-American talks to be held in Geneva. (ReVista de Medio Oriente).

Supporting Palestinians, Except in Syria
An anti-Israel conference starts this week at Australian National University. (In Focus)

Multiple Perspectives
Gil Troy responds to Peter Beinart  “Do gays give out literature justifying homophobia? Do feminists make the argument for sexism?” (In Focus)

Richard Falk, Europa Press, BDS and the “occupied territories” 
In a vicious circle, the media chooses biased sources in order to create a biased agenda and produce biased information. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Failing to report
The Spanish press consistently fails to report on Palestinian incitement to violence, leading to the recurrent question: Where is the coverage? (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Israeli Press Continues to Use the Loaded Term “Jewish Lobby”
Why the term the “Jewish Lobby” should no longer be used by the Israeli press. (Presspectiva)

The Guardian falsely characterizes First Intifada as a “largely unarmed rebellion”
Though the First Intifada may not have been as bloody as the Second Intifada, the iconic image of rock-throwing Palestinian youths associated with the Palestinian uprising from 1987-91 is extremely misleading. The fact is that more than 200 Israelis were killed during that time, and thousands injured. (CiF Watch)

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Sept. 1-9. BBC Watch, Presspectiva, In Focus and ReVista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Sept. 4-9

Toned down BBC reporting on Iranian, Syrian threats against Israel
Despite its intensive coverage of the Syria crisis, the BBC is barely reporting threats against Israel coming out of Tehran and Damascus. (BBC Watch)

Filmed reports on the BBC News website’s Middle East page in August
Over half the Israel-related filmed reports appearing on the BBC News website during August promoted the theme of Israeli building as an obstacle to peace . (BBC Watch)

Our CCAP groups are starting the new year tabling on campus
Scroll down to see photos. (In Focus)

Parallel Manual of Style
The Spanish news agency Europa Press Israeli police raids are “reprisals” instead of operations to find those responsible for a crime or an offense. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Anti-Israel Professors at Northeastern
Students are studying in a biased and anti-Israel climate created by their professors. A new documentary is coming out soon exploring this issue. (In Focus)

Ma’ariv Proves It Can Be Haaretz
Maariv gives a one-sided (and erroneous) summary of the case of fire zone 918 (Presspectiva)

Middle East in the Spanish speaking press
The press points out the possibility of a chemical attack from Syria to Israel but, at the same time, emphasizes Syria’s decision to deliver their chemical arsenal to the UN. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Guardian again promotes myth that Ariel Sharon started 2nd Intifada
One of the more common false narratives regarding the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict advanced by the Guardian is that Ariel Sharon’s visit to the Temple Mount in 2001 “sparked” the 2nd Intifada – a lie repeated so often that casual observers could be forgiven for believing it.. (CiF Watch)

Sept. 1-4

BBC defence correspondent: Al Kibar was a ‘suspected’ nuclear facility
The International Atomic Energy Agency says it was. US intelligence says it was. The BBC, however, is apparently not convinced. (BBC Watch)

BBC ESC: ‘lack of due accuracy’ on Davies Tweet from Operation Pillar of Cloud
Twitter – being fast-moving ‘instant’ messaging and cutting out the editorial ‘middle-man’ between the journalist and the public – is particularly susceptible to breaches of BBC editorial guidelines. (BBC Watch)

Robert Fisk finds Zionist smoking gun in likely U.S. attack against Syria
Before the U.S. has launched even one cruise missile against Syria in response to the regime’s use of deadly chemical weapons, the Indy’s Robert Fisk has already concluded that such an attack would be motivated by Zionist interests. (CiF Watch)

Haaretz Translators Are Back in the Habit
A Haaretz mistranslation turns a visiting Syrian nun from an Israeli fan to an Israeli critic (Presspectiva)

Lets Try Sticking To Facts
Haaretz op-ed falsely claims Netanyahu has never condemned racially motivated violence. (Presspectiva)

Palestinians Support Caterpillar
The BDS campaign calls for boycotting companies such as Caterpillar, while Caterpillar dealerships do business in Gaza and Ramallah. (In Focus)

Middle East in the Spanish speaking press
The press points out that “all the alarms” have been started in the region due to Israel’s military exercise, but not because of Syria’s internal turmoil. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

 

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Aug. 27-28: BBC Watch, Presspectiva, In Focus and Revista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

Not Boycotting. Terrified.
Ynet was quick to report on another cultural boycott. However the artist himself declared that he’s not boycotting – he’s terrified of BDS bullying (Presspectiva)

The Line That Turned Into A Border
Another instance of Ha’aretz “lost in translation” (Presspectiva)

BBC backgrounder on peace process erases twenty years of terror
A BBC Q&A article charts the Middle East peace process – without any mention of Palestinian terrorism. (BBC Watch)

BBC’s Knell amplifies Hamas propaganda, downplays its terror designation
The BBC reverts to form by presenting Hamas as a terrorist organization designated only by Israel. (BBC Watch)

Indy legitimises ludicrous charge that Israel is ‘ethnically cleansing’ Jerusalem
Population statistics in Jerusalem alone easily disprove the hyperbolic charge by pro-Palestinian propagandists that Israel is ‘ethnically cleansing’ Arabs from Jerusalem. (CiF Watch)

Jeff Jacoby at CAMERA Conference
Why be a proud Zionist? (in Focus)

The “bureaucracy” of media activism
The Spanish news agency Europa Press has come up with a formula to help it comply with its journalistic obligation to present balanced, impartial information. At least it seems to think so. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
Headlines focus on Israel’s display of the Iron Dome and the threat of a Western attack in Syria. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Where’s the coverage?
Spanish media reported on the death of three Palestinians during a raid by Israeli border police in Qalandia checkpoint; but did not bother to report on the death of another man killed by Palestinian security forces. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Looking Forward to Advocate for Israel; 2013-2014 Academic Year
Reflections from a student on CAMERA and the student conference. (In Focus)

CiF Watch Anniversary Open Thread: Four years of speaking truth to Guardian power

Friends,

This week, CiF Watch celebrated its 4th anniversary.  

Though In recent years we have greatly increased our presence in the social media, launched a sister site, BBC Watch, improved our efficacy by establishing an affiliation with CAMERA, and started leveraging our experience to gain corrections to false claims made by the Guardian (and other UK sites), our primary mission remains the same.

In our inaugural post on Aug. 24, 2009 we announced our intention to monitor and combat antisemitism at the Guardian, and “to regularly post articles exposing the bigoted and one-sided nature of [their] obsessive focus on Israel and, by extension, the Jewish people.” We also asked followers of our blog to assist us in our mission, a partnership with our many loyal readers which is still central to effectively carrying out our vital work.  

So, please continue reaching out to us – by following us on Twitter, liking us on Facebook, or the ‘old fashioned’ way, by emailing us at contactus@cifwatch.com – when you come across misleading, biased, or bigoted reports or commentaries at the Guardian or ‘Comment is Free’.

On the occasion of our anniversary, we’d love to hear your thoughts on the work we do, and how we can more effectively carry out our mission, and continue ‘afflicting the comfortable‘ by speaking truth to Guardian power.

Adam Levick, Managing Editor

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Aug. 22-26: BBC Watch, In Focus, Presspectiva, & ReVista

Our regular roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

BBC documentary on Tel Aviv gay pride fails to keep up with the news
A BBC World Service radio documentary on Tel Aviv’s Gay Pride parade paints a picture two months out of date . (BBC Watch)

Inaccuracy corrected in one BBC Rouhani article, left standing in another
Two BBC articles made the same erroneous claim but, following complaints, the BBC corrected only one of them . (BBC Watch)

Telegraph revision to false claim on Palestinian refugees is still misleading
Despite a revision made by editors at The Telegraph to a story which grossly inflated the number of Palestinian refugees from the 1948 war, the passage in question still fails to accurately convey the accurate number of refugees. (CiF Watch)

Setting the Pace to Finish a Marathon
What You Missed at the CAMERA Student Leadership and Advocacy Training Conference. (In Focus)

My Life Has Taken an Interesting Turn
A Students’ Reflections from the CAMERA Student Conference. (In Focus)

Iran uses its embassies in Latin America to recruit young people
Different studies in Argentina, Mexico and the US point out that Iran has recruited young Latin Americans in order to promote its interests in the region. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

BBC Arabic reports on Syrian patients in Israeli hospitals – but not in Arabic
After months of ignoring the subject of Syrian patients being treated in Israeli hospitals, the BBC finally got round to reporting the story – but not to its Arabic Service audiences. (BBC Watch)

BBC describes known terror finance man as ‘activist’
A senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad official with a record of terror financing is described by the BBC as an ‘activist’. (BBC Watch)

Israel’s most deadly war?
There are historical facts, and there are Gideon Levy’s facts. (Presspectiva)

3rd time’s a charm: CiF Watch prompts correction to Telegraph “correction” on refugees
After two unsuccessful attempts, The Telegraph finally published accurate information on the number of Palestinian refugees from the 1948 war. (CiF Watch)

The Little Activist that Could
A Canadian student’s reflections on the CAMERA Training Conference: “The day before my flight to Boston for training, I almost backed out. . .” (In Focus)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
Headlines focus on Palestinians walking out of the negotiation process and Israel’s opinion about the Syrian conflict. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Aug. 20-21: BBC Watch, In Focus, Presspectiva, & ReVista

Our daily roundup of recent posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

BBC provides platform for claim that Palestinian terrorists are ‘political prisoners’
BBC presenter makes no attempt to correct claim by Robin Wright of US Institute of Peace . (BBC Watch)

BBC’s ‘Israeli building threatens peace talks’ meme in numbers
How many times over the last week have readers of the BBC News website been told that Israeli building tenders in Jerusalem and Judea & Samaria threaten to “sabotage” peace talks? . (BBC Watch)

Maariv’s Double Error
Maariv not only mistranslated Jeffery Goldberg’s column, they made it factually incorrect. (Presspectiva)

Iran uses its embassies in Latin America to recruit young people
Different studies in Argentina, Mexico and the US point out that Iran has recruited young Latin Americans in order to promote its interests in the region. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The forgotten incitement
Incitement to hatred, according to experts, creates an enabling atmosphere for violent criminal activities that may lead to genocide. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Subtle dual coverage
Apparently, when Israel is part of the news, the word “terrorist” – applied to those who attack it, or threatens its citizens security – has no place in the Spanish newspaper elperiodico.com. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Where’s the coverage? 
While the peace talks continue its course, the Palestinian Authority official radio expressed its certainty that Israel – which is referred as “occupied Palestine” – will cease to exist. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Former Fellow Speaks at CAMERA Student Conference
Former CAMERA Fellow and IDF Veteran Abir Gitlin shares his experiences and how he tackled challenges on campus with participants at the CAMERA Student Leadership and Training Conference. (In Focus)

Peace through martyrdom: Muslim Brotherhood leader poses as a liberal at ‘Comment is Free’
The Guardian provides a platform for an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader with a record of advocating the virtues of jihad to pose as a champion of peace, democracy and non-violence. (CiF Watch)

Tripod: CAMERA links in 3 languages, Aug. 16-19: BBC Watch, In Focus, Presspectiva, & ReVista

Our daily roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites:

BBC’s Knell reports on prisoner release without mentioning their crimes
What are the millions of viewers of BBC television news being told about the recent early release of 26 Palestinian prisoners? . (BBC Watch)

BBC report on prisoner release is mostly about something else
Once again, the BBC shoehorns the subject of building tenders into a report ostensibly about another subject altogether . (BBC Watch)

Magic Carpet Ride: Yemen to Israel
Jews from Yemen continue to seek refuge in Israel. (In Focus)

The unbearable lightness of journalism
The Spanish news agency, Europa Press, has decided that the Israeli version is unnecessary. Even when reporting about the peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Collection of Corrections From Around The World
A Hebrew collection of worldwide newspaper corrections from. the previous week. (Presspectiva)

Indy’s Matt Hill engages in cynical smear about Netanyahu and the Rabin murder.
The Independent published a commentary by Matt Hill which included a completely baseless accusation against Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. (CiF Watch)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
UN’s opinión about the peace talks and turmoil in the Sinai, Egypt, centered the attention of the press. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Tripod: CAMERA links in three languages: August 6th Edition

Our daily roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites.

BBC self-conscripts to Peace Now campaigning yet again
The BBC tries to persuade audiences that Israel’s National Priority Areas plan is a spoke in the wheel of peace talks . (BBC Watch)

CiF Watch prompts correction to Guardian publication claim about Israeli immigrants
CiF Watch prompted The Observer and EPA Photo Agency to correct the false claim that most Israeli immigrants move to “settlements” in the West Bank . (CiF Watch)

Where’s the coverage?
The PA official TV added a new ingredient to the denial of Israel’s right to exist: monetary incentives. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

What Makes a Rainbow Beautiful
Our student at Baruch College writes how Jews from all over the world have helped Israel become the multicultural society that it is today. (In Focus)

Mad, bad and dangerous: BBC stereotypes half a million Israelis
The BBC visits a community in Judea & Samaria – and then paints a picture of half a million potentially violent Israelis. (BBC Watch)

Getting the Facts Right, Before Lecturing on Morals
Even those attacking the new EU guidelines should get their facts straight (Presspectiva)

Headlines on the Middle East in the Spanish-speaking press
Read what the press in Latin America and Spain is publishing about the Middle East region. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Tripod: CAMERA links in three languages: August 5th Edition

Here’s our daily roundup of posts from CAMERA affiliated sites.

The Guardian or PressTV? Iran’s president to export the Iranian Revolution “peacefully”: Guardian continues to run interference for the largest exporter of state sponsored terrorism in the world. (CiF Watch)

BBC showcases convicted anti-Israel activist in context-free illustrationPhoto of known amateur dramatics provocateur from Bil’in used by BBC to illustrate ‘the conflict’ . (BBC Watch)

BBC advertising revenue from countries restricting press & internet freedomNon-UK visitors to the BBC website see advertising which in some cases promotes countries with a less than pristine record on internet and press freedom . (BBC Watch )

BBC tones down Iranian rhetoric and extremismThe BBC portrayed Hassan Rouhani’s Al Quds day comments as though they related only to certain parts of Israel . (BBC Watch )

BBC Israel focus in numbers – July 2013Over a thousand people were killed in terrorist attacks in Iraq during July, but Israel still got more coverage on the BBC News website. (BBC Watch )

Difficult to Trust Those Who Advocate for TerroristsThe Palestinian Authority continues to praise terrorists. (In Focus)

The Media Continues to Invent BoycottsA recent erroneous report of a Dutch boycott of settlement goods was little more than bad journalism. (Presspectiva)

104 Palestinian Prisoners to be released by Israel – The Lowdown

The following video was produced by Politically Informed.

 

See the CAMERA document with all pre-Oslo prisoners and their crimes, here.

 

The Tripod: CAMERA links in three languages: August 2nd Edition

Here’s the Aug. 2 edition of our daily roundup of links from CAMERA affiliated sites:

BBC continues to mislead on Middle East talks
Audiences are denied information on aspects of the peace talks which do not fit the BBC narrative . (BBC Watch )

Harriet Sherwood yawns as Hamas orders closure of Gaza media outlets
The Guardian’s Jerusalem correspondent continues obsessing over every Israeli sin, real and imagined, while consistently ignoring egregious human rights abuses by Hamas and the Palestinian Authority. (CiF Watch)

Taybeh’s Population Fluctuates Wildly
The population of the all-Christian village of Taybeh changes from one report to the next. (CAMERA)

Made- up reality
Europa Press news agency is committed to whitewashing Hamas. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Rohani’s apocryphal statements and the media’s impulse
It seems that the media outlets are satisfied with blindly reproducing any information, without taking the trouble to corroborate it. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Tripod: CAMERA Links in three Languages: August 1

Here’s our daily roundup of links from CAMERA affiliated sites:

BBC Persian Service promotes antisemitic Holocaust denier Atzmon
The BBC’s promotion of Gilad Atzmon is not novel, but translation into Farsi for broadcast in Iran is a new low. (BBC Watch )

BBC resurrects Knell’s ‘one-state’ campaigning article
An old article promoting the ‘one-state solution’ as a panacea to the troubles of the peace process is revamped by the BBC . (BBC Watch )

There’s No Boycott? Lets Just Ignore That Fact
Ha’aretz op-ed by Zvi Bar’el mistakenly claims there is a EU boycott of produce from the settlements. (Presspectiva)

Sometimes Stories Are Embarrassingly Wrong
Ma’ariv lets a glaring factual mistake slip by. (Presspectiva)

Wishful Thinking
The Deutsche Welle in Spanish distorted reality to explain the reasons for “scepticism and hope” in the negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Irish Times fawns over mother of an Arab who murdered a Holocaust survivor
A story in the Irish Times focusing on renewed Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, and the impending release of Palestinian prisoners, included a photo sympathetically depicting the mother of a terrorist who brutally murdered an Israeli Holocaust survivor. (CiF Watch)

Página 12 Published Biased Information About Peace Talks
Read how the Argentinian paper manages to quote only negative opinions and comments about the Israelí-Palestinian talks.(ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Plight of Nigeria’s Christians Ignored By Many
Radical Islam in Nigeria is not getting much press or attention.(In Focus)

Be an Activist: Write Your Own Anti-Israeli Article
10 simple guidelines for a successful biased report. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)