U.S. media watchdog protests NY Times’ anti-Israel media coverage


CAMERA places billboard across The New York Times’ offices in downtown N.Y.C. calling on the paper to stop its bias reporting & slanted commentary against Israel.



Boston-based American media watchdog group CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) launched a campaign against The New York Times for what it claims is the paper’s biased coverage of Israel, the PRNewswire reported.


Photo courtesy: CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) website

The billboard headline reads: “Would A Great Newspaper Slant The News Against Israel? The New York Times Does.” A short list enumerates criticism. The message ends with a call to “Stop The Bias.”

CAMERA director Andrea Levin says the paper has a “chronic bias embedded in the reporting and commentary,” and a study authored by the group claims The Times omits certain facts.

The watchdog group has placed a billboard adjacent to The Times’ offices in New York City and is publishing ads in several newspapers, among them The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post.



View (above) original HAARETZ publication at: http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-news/1.571035



Read CAMERA’s detailed investigated report on the NYT’s bias reporting: Would a great newspaper slant the news against Israel?