CAMERA convinces PBS to more fairly examine Palestinian terrorism

Watchdog Group Urges US Public Broadcaster PBS to Amend Lesson Plan Featuring Palestinian Terrorists
by Shiri Moshe
September 15, 2017

A media watchdog group commended PBS this week for amending an online lesson plan for high schoolers on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but urged the network to make further changes after the updated program was found to contain unfounded charges and exclude vital information. Titled “Dying to Be a Martyr,” the original lesson plan included three filmed interviews with Palestinian men who either carried out or planned to commit terrorist attacks against Israelis, as well as written materials that were “extremely one-sided, prompting students to sympathize with the Palestinian side,” according to the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA). READ MORE

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