U.S. public radio’s coverage of Israel is skewed and false, according to a Middle East media watchdog group that took out an ad in Sunday’s New York Times. Between late September and late November, National Public Radio ran more stories that only featured Arabs, and its stories on the conflict contained more pro-Palestinian/pro-Arab words than pro-Israel words, according to CAMERA. The group’s study on NPR is available at www.camera.org.
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