The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages – January 7th-9th edition

Keeping Pressure on Iran
Our Fellow at Cornell publishes this powerful piece in his campus paper: “The sanctions have hurt. Iran’s oil exports have fallen by about 50 percent since 2011. . . ” (in Focus) Tripod logo

Indy’s wild claim that Israel ‘tortures’ Palestinian kids continues to unravel
CiF Watch continues to demonstrate that the charge levelled by The Independent that Palestinian kids were tortured and “caged” by the Israeli government appears to be completely without merit. (CiF Watch)

Palestinian Kids In Cages?
How an Israeli NGO, bad fact-checking and a bad translation led to the claim that Israel was torturing Palestinian minors by holding them in cages. (Presspectiva)

Telling only half of the story
The Israeli media failed to report on the backlash to the ASA boycott (Presspectiva)

Review of Fall Semester 2013: Anat Berko at American University
CAMERA helps bring Anat Berko to American University to “increase awareness about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and challenge prevalent notions about the nature of Palestinian terrorists.” (in Focus)

BBC continues to avoid essential ‘core issues’ of Middle East talks
What isn’t the BBC telling its audiences about the peace process? (BBC Watch)

BBC Two’s ‘Newsnight’ breaches editorial guidelines, fudges on anti-Semitism
Why did the BBC fail to inform viewers of an interviewee’s Far-Right associations? (BBC Watch)

The Palestinian Authority uses European funds to promote antisemitism and the Spanish speaking press ignores it
A Palestinian youth NGO funded partly with European funds, co-produced an antisemitic video that was broadcasted in the Palestinian Authority TV channel. But none of the main Spanish speaking media reported about it. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

The Re-emergence of the Green Line
Ha’aretz’s updated style guide, no longer encourages translators to avoid using the term “The Green Line”. (Presspectiva)

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