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Meet the pastors behind Brazil’s new pro-Israel foreign policy
Like their American cousins, Brazil’s evangelicals have become a political force to be reckoned with.
Prominent Canadian-Israeli activist energizes British and Irish pro-Israel students
Shai DeLuca-Tamasi, a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces, left a lasting impression at each stop of his tour, motivating students not only in the pro-Israel sphere.
‘New Yorker’ makes correction on Gaza fisherman’s death
In response to communication from CAMERA’s Israel office, “The New Yorker” corrected an article that erroneously stated that Israeli naval forces shot to death a Gaza fisherman “ostensibly for sailing past the six-mile limit.”
CAMERA conference in London emboldens students to stand up for Israel
It provided intensive training for making Israel’s case to a wide array of audiences, including anti-Israel professors and activists, many of which lead the charge against the Jewish state.
‘Christ at Checkpoint’ hosting anti-Semitic speaker at Oklahoma ‘peacemaking’ confab
CAMERA has condemned organizers and planners of the “Christ at the Checkpoint” Conference for hosting Rev. Dr. Stephen Sizer, a well-known purveyor of anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Campus Battles, Part 2
Crisis on campus: A new generation of galvanized young Jews learns how to fight anti-Semitism
Equiping a cadre of students with debating tools, historical information, legal support, trips to Israel and more, so that Israel has a place on the university playing fields.
As new anti-Israel threats emerge, students get crash course on changing campus environment
A four-day conference run by CAMERA in Boston teaches tools of activism, using words, facts, patience and plain-old courage to combat the scourge of anti-Israel sentiment on campus.
‘New York Times’ shills for ‘largely peaceful’ Gazan rioters and arsonists
The role of a shill is to conceal any nefarious intent by the huckster, to protect the sheen of the product. Consistent with this, the newspaper’s highly selective attention to the facts of the Gaza story served to conceal Hamas’s own double message.
Karen Bekker & Sean Durns
‘The Washington Post’ provides cover for Hamas
Although Hamas claimed it was staging a peaceful border protest, rocks were thrown and tires burned, and in one instance, gunfire was involved. But the media helped serve Hamas's objectives by uncritically repeating claims by the terror group and those living under its brutal rule.