Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting

Founded in 1982, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting (CAMERA) in America is a media-monitoring, research and membership organization devoted to promoting accurate and balanced coverage of Israel and the Middle East.

CAMERA fosters rigorous reporting, while educating news consumers about Middle East issues and the role of the media. Because public opinion ultimately shapes public policy, distorted news coverage that misleads the public can be detrimental to sound policymaking. A non-partisan organization, CAMERA takes no position with regard to American or Israeli political issues or with regard to ultimate solutions to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

The latest articles from Camera
Thu, Aug 17th 2017 7:00pm
In its coverage of Israeli plans to revoke the press card of al Jazeera reporter Elias Karram, the news agency removed twice the word "resistance" from the journalist's damning comments.
Thu, Aug 17th 2017 7:00pm
The Opinion editor refuses to correct claims that Eilat was an Egyptian port, Abbas accepts a Jewish state, Israel built no Arab cities, and Palestinian factions don't call for a one-state solution, and defends the claims with alternative facts of his own.
Tue, Aug 15th 2017 7:00pm
Despite criticism from its own Ombudsman, PBS' website still includes biased "Dying to Be a Martyr" curriculum
Mon, Aug 14th 2017 7:00pm
Gregg Carlstrom claims the Israeli position on Jerusalem rules out two-state deal
Thu, Aug 10th 2017 7:00pm

Catholic welfare agency misinforms its supporters about Christian population in Israel.

Thu, Aug 10th 2017 7:00pm