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More Support for Those Calling Al Dura Broadcast a Hoax

A private French TV channel is found guilty of slander after airing a documentary accusing media monitor Philippe Karsenty of manipulating information to support the perspective that the broadcast of Mohammed Al Dura's death on France 2 was staged.


France 2 vs. Philippe Karsenty: The Appeal

Update: The French Court of Appeal rules to overturn the lower court ruling that found Philippe Karsenty guilty of defaming France 2 and Charles Enderlin.


Timeline of the Al Dura Affair: A French Media Scandal

For years, Charles Enderlin of French public television network France 2 has been battling accusations that his September 30, 2000 newscast of a Palestinian boy allegedly shot to death by Israelis was staged. His time may be running out...


France 2 Counters Accusations with Lawsuits

Defamation suits against those accusing France 2 of providing a false account of Mohammed al Dura's death highlight the issues of media accountability and freedom of speech.


Charles Enderlin: Further Cover-Up of Al Dura Affair?

Faced with criticism of his coverage of the recent Gaza beach explosion which killed seven members of a Palestinian family, France 2 Jerusalem correspondent Charles Enderlin, is once more retreating behind a shield of lies. According to Metulla News Agency, Enderlin distorted facts to discredit an investigation that indicated the journalist had misrepresented the entire incident.


The Al Dura Affair: France 2 Misleads About U.S. Congressional Report

The name Mohammed Al Dura has become synonymous with Palestinian martydom, thanks to the deceptive news coverage of France 2. Rather than admitting its guilt in broadcasting a false report, the French government-owned network is mired in a deceptive cover-up. In an email viewer, France 2 falsely alleged that an authoritative American opinion by the US government discredits the IDF conclusion that Al Dura was not killed by Israeli bullets.


Mohammed Al Dura

Questions have been raised about whether Mohammed Al Dura was killed by Israeli soldiers or whether he was even killed at all. CAMERA sorts out the claims and counter-claims.


The Al-Dura Cover-up

France 2 has yet to apologize for the infamous broadcast which wrongly blamed Israel for the boy's reported death.


The New York Times Buries al Dura Story

The New York Times buried on page 6 of the Business Section (Section C) an important story (February 7, 2005) on the escalating scandal surrounding the facts of the infamous Muhammad al Dura episode. The case involved the alleged Israeli killing of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy and the severe wounding of his father at Gaza's Netzarim Junction in September 2000.


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