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October 15, 2013

The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages -- Oct. 11-15

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Kick Off Event at Drexel Draws In 40-60 Students
Dragons for Israel at Drexel University, a CAMERA supported group since 2011, held their first event of the semester, with 40-60 students attending. (in Focus)

The longest life imprisonment sentence?
Logical mistakes, lack of contextualization and bias in the Spanish news agency Europa Press. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

13 years on: BBC website still misleads over 2000 Ramallah lynching
The BBC states that its online news articles are a 'permanent public record'. But what happens when those stories are inaccurate, biased or misleading? (BBC Watch)

BBC template response to audience complaints about Psagot
In response to complaints about its lack of coverage of an attack on a nine year-old Israeli girl, the BBC says it was the weekend. (BBC Watch)

The paper which hates Britain? Guardian leaks ‘worst blow to British intel ever’
Several of Britain's top national security advisors have slammed the Guardian for their decision to disseminate extremely sensitive classified information - intel which one official warned would serve as a 'guidebook for terrorists' . (CiF Watch)

Palestinians will pay dearly for Hamas ‘resistance tunnels’
The discovery of a Hamas tunnel stretching from southern Gaza into Israel, built with humanitarian construction materials, not only will harm Gaza economically, but will serve to erode Israeli trust that future territorial concessions will truly result in peace. (CiF Watch)

Finally a 3000 year old Palestinian village is found - Well only in Ha'aretz headline
Misleading headline implies Israel is about to evict a 3000 year old village. (Presspectiva)

From journalist to capital founders
For the European TV channel Euronews, Tel Aviv is Israel’s capital city. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

El País, recycling nothing
Under the headline “Swiss scientists confirm the possibility that Arafat was poisoned”, the Spanish newspaper El Pais transformed a non-news item into a news-breaking event. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Selective journalism
When the World Bank blamed Israel for the Palestinian economic ills, Spanish press was eager to inform. But when an EU document pointing to Palestinian corruption was leaked, there was silence. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Posted by RH at October 15, 2013 05:00 PM

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