The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages – October 9th -10th edition

BBC backgrounder on Yom Kippur war misleads on Syria
In a backgrounder on the Yom Kippur war, the BBC claims that failed negotiations between Syria and Israel sparked the fighting, despite Tripod logothe fact that no such negotiations took place. (BBC Watch)

BBC Yom Kippur war accuracy failure perpetuated over years
BBC articles going back at least eight years cite grossly inflated Israeli casualty figures in Yom Kippur war. (BBC Watch)

Threat to the Well Balance of Peace at the University of Houston
CAMERA Fellow writes about the situation on his campus: “Students for a Democratic Society, the same student organization that was fighting for civil rights in 60’s and 70’s . . . this time they were involved in the so-called “Palestinian cause”, their approach, more than humanitarian, is political agenda, with sparkles of antisemitism. . .” (in Focus)

Iran, from a nuclear threat to a disarmament champion
The press barely covered the designation of Iran as chair of the Disarmament Commission of the UN. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Media and Netanyahu’s Blue Denim Jeans
Should Reuters have been more careful with its report? (Presspectiva)

We Welcome The New ICC Executive Director: Jacob Baime, A Former CAMERA Fellow
Jacob Baime writes about his time as a CAMERA Fellow while an undergrad at Brandeis. (in Focus)

Where’s the Coverage? Israeli Christians Declare “the State of Israel is Our Heart”
The latest untold story. (Snapshots)

Another Week, Another Example of Bias at The New York Times
An article by Jodi Rudoren about a meeting between Knesset members and Palestinian leader Abbas becomes a vehicle to denigrate Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. (CAMERA)



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