‘This isn’t the first time the Sulzberger dynasty has ducked reporting on antisemitism,’ CAMERA’s Andrea Levin said

Media watchdog group unveils billboard outside NY Times saying it buries news of attacks on Jewish people
by Brian Flood
July 29, 2021

A large billboard has been set up outside The New York Times’ headquarters that accuses the paper of “burying” news of attacks on Jewish people decades after it admitted to downplaying the Holocaust.  The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA) is responsible for the billboard addressed directly to chairman and publisher A.G. Sulzberger.  “Hey, Mr. Sulzberger, The New York Times apologized for burying news about Nazi antisemitism,” the billboard states. “Why are you burying the full truth about attacks on Jews today? Get back to us at CAMERA.ORG.”  READ MORE

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