Does Israel Steal Palestinian Water?

More often than not, Israel gets accused of stealing Palestinian “aquifers” or actively limiting Palestinian access to clean water. This is, of course, not true. Historically, Israel used water from the Sea of Galilee and relied on various different aquifers in the country. Even in the 1950’s, when Israel was a young state, the overwhelming majority of their water came…

Did Israel Unjustly Target Six Palestinian Charities?

Anti-Israel detractors claim that Israel unfairly targeted six Palestinian NGOs to silence them and stop their attempts to help Palestinians. But the reality is more complicated. NGO Monitor has meticulously tracked several Palestinian charities and their connection to Palestinian terror groups, which led to the Israeli government designating these six charities as terror organizations.

Did Israel Sterilize Ethiopian Women?

There was no forced sterilization of Ethiopian women. There was no sterilization, period. The smear itself originated from a news article in a 2012 Ha’aretz report, which falsely alleged that Israeli authorities forced Ethiopian women to receive shots of Depo-Provera, a contraceptive which lasts three months, in order to immigrate to Israel. An Israeli committee investigated the incident. The investigation…

The Washington Post Puts Anti-Israel Narrative Before COVID-19 Vaccine Facts

The Washington Post’s self-declared principles, the newspaper told readers in a Jan. 1, 2016 article, “are displayed in brass linotype letters in an entrance to the newsroom.” It stands to reason, therefore, that the Post’s WorldViews columnist, Ishaan Tharoor, has seen them. But judging by his Jan. 12, 2021 article, “Israel’s vaccine success can’t hide a deeper divide,” one has…

Haaretz Corrects: Israel Didn’t Refuse Request To Supply Vaccines for Palestinian Health Workers

CAMERA’s Israel office yesterday prompted correction of a Haaretz Op-Ed by Shannon Maree Torrens which falsely claimed that Israel refused a request from the World Health Organization to provide vaccines for Palestinian health workers. The Jan. 11 Op-Ed, “COVID vaccines: The latest example of Israel’s most lethal disregard for Palestinian lives,” appeared in the English’s print edition as well as…

Did Israel Refuse to Vaccinate Palestinians?

Israel’s focus on vaccination did indeed include Palestinians. Not only that, at multiple occasions Israel offered to assist the Palestinian Authority with hospital equipment, access to vaccines, and more. Israel offered Pfizer vaccines, although the Palestinian Authority chose to purchase the Sputnik vaccine from Russia. But at no point did Israel refuse to vaccinate the Palestinians. Israel is also under…

BDS Activist Peddles Fabrications in California Newspaper

Sandra O’Neill, a California activist in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign (BDS) who manufactures grotesque falsehoods about Israel, has managed to peddle her fabrications, including the shooting deaths of small Palestinian children, to a Chico, Calif., newspaper. In the last month, Chico News and Review, which describes itself as “your independent alternative news & entertainment resource,” published a letter-to-the editor.

NPR Fabricates News Hook To Revive Apartheid Canard

With Israeli plans to apply sovereignty in parts of the West Bank in deep freeze since September, National Public Radio’s Dec. 8 broadcast relies on a flimsy pretext to level the baseless apartheid smear at the Jewish state, falsely claiming that the plan prompted an Israeli “debate” about whether West Bank Palestinians live under apartheid (“Do Palestinians in Israel-Occupied West…

Jewish Only Roads

As CAMERA’s Tamar Sternthal has noted,“While limited sections of West Bank roads are barred to Palestinian traffic, they are open to all Israelis, Jewish, Christian and Muslim alike.” She has also pointed out that “Not only are Israeli Arabs and other Israeli non-Jews permitted to ride Israeli buses in the West Bank, but Palestinians may also ride Israeli West Bank…

Palestinian Prisoners Day Misleads Students Worldwide

This year’s Palestinian Prisoners Day (PPD) took place on April 17. Every year, activists use this occasion in an attempt to draw international attention to the hundreds of Palestinians arrested and detained annually by Israel in the West Bank. Yet much of this campaign is dominated by blatant inaccuracies and exaggerations regarding Israel’s behavior, and its supporters all but ignore…

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