The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages – October 25th -28th edition

Among the Turmoil, Israel Can Be a Model For Stability
Our CAMERA Supported group at the University of Minnesota, Students Supporting Israel, publishes a letter to the editor in their campus paper educating their campus about Israel’s democracy. (in Focus) Tripod logo

‘Mail & Guardian’ parrots description of Marwan Barghouti as a “political prisoner”
What term would you likely use to characterized an imprisoned Palestinian terrorist, who was convicted for his leading role in scores of deadly terror attacks against innocent Israelis? Well, if you’re the (South African) ‘Mail & Guardian’ you’d describe such a violent terrorist as a “political prisoner”. (CiF Watch)

Author Asks “Will We Ever Be Forgiven for the Holocaust?”
Prize-winning author Howard Jacobson took on anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in this year’s Jerusalem Address at the B’Nai Brith World Center in Jerusalem. (Snapshots)

Rihanna, Haaretz and Palestine
Did Rihanna sing about Palestine in her Israeli concert? Only in Ha’aretz. (Presspectiva)

Missing: The Facts
Why did Amnesty International Israel not mention the facts about UNHRC anti-Israel bias in his op-ed? (Presspectiva)

NYT’s Rudoren Apologizes to Sara Netanyahu
The New York Times corrects a report which erroneously states that Sara Netanyahu faced harsh public criticism for the way in which she educates her children. Bureau chief Jodi Rudoren sends an apology letter. (Snapshots)

Life Sentences Lost in Ha’aretz Translation
In the latest “Ha’aretz, Lost in Translation,” Palestinian prisoners who participated in murder get their life sentences drastically reduced thanks to Ha’aretz translators. (Snapshots)

A potpourri of errors
The Mexican newspaper El Universal misinformed its readers about the “Rihanna affair”. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Where’s the coverage?
A bomb hurled at an Israeli school bus is not deemed newsworthy for Spanish media. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Why report well when you can do some harm to Israel?
The Spanish state owned Radio Television Corporation managed to overshadow Israel’s goodwill gestures in releasing Palestinian prisoners. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Middle East headlines in the Spanish speaking press
The Latin-American press focuses on the Israel-Gaza tension and on the release of 26 Palestinian prisoners. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

NYT: Telling Readers How to Think About Israel
CAMERA Op-Ed in Times of Israel explains the latest ploy by The New York Times to influence readers against Israel. (CAMERA)