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November 12, 2013

The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages -- Nov. 6-12


BBC correspondent compares anti-terrorist fence to Berlin wall, fails to mention terrorism
The BBC's 'From our own Correspondent' presents a one-sided and inaccurate view of Israel's anti-terrorist fence (BBC Watch)

NYT goes where BBC declines to tread
The BBC systematically fails to address the subject of incitement and glorification of terrorism, either by Hamas or the Palestinian Authority (BBC Watch)

Declare Your Freedom Pro-Israel Rally Planned for New Orleans
Our CAMERA supported student group at the University of New Orleans, Allies for Israel, is planning a Declare Your Freedom 2.0 rally this March. Watch the video created by students at Allies for Israel to learn about the planned pro-Israel rally. (in Focus)

Jelen's Big Slip
Our first CAMERA Fellow in Uruguay publishes his response to an anti-Israel article in two papers. Read the translation here.(in Focus)

Arafat, when rumors replace the news
Some of the Spanish speaking press hurried to publish rumors about Arafat's death. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Faulty education system to blame for unrest in Middle East
"It is important to challenge what you believe, so that you know why you believe it. That’s why I decided to backpack around Jordan, the West Bank and Israel this past summer. I have been to refugee camps and through checkpoints. I have experienced the terror that accompanies a rocket attack, and the heartbreak that comes from talking to a Holocaust survivor." (in Focus)

Who ever heard of The Washington Post
Why did all the Israeli media report on the scathing New York Times editorial against Netanyahu, but ignore the Washington Post? (Presspectiva)

RT, the Beduin community and the Prawer Plan
Russia Today only quotes sources that oppose the Prawer Plan, while the Plan's benefits and supporters are disregarded. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Exploring Veterans Day and the End of World War I Through a Zionist Lens
The lead-up to the end of World War I signified a turning point for Zionism. Below, we explore Veterans day through the Zionist lens. (in Focus)

Posted by RH at November 12, 2013 06:06 PM


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