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August 01, 2013

The Tripod: CAMERA Links in Three Languages: August 1

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 settelments. (Presspectiva)

Sometimes Stories Are Embarrisingly 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 Iinformation 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)

Posted by rh at August 1, 2013 05:20 PM


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