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)
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)