A Paris court found French media analyst Philippe Karsenty guilty of defaming France 2 TV over its controversial footage of Mohammed Dura’s death. Karsenty had accused France 2’s Charles Enderlin of fabricating the footage depicting what was presented as the 12 year-old boy’s death during a 2001 gunfight at Gaza’s Netzarim Junction. The video aired…
The Israeli government releases its findings.
Following yesterday’s inconclusive verdict in the libel appeal of France 2 and Charles Enderlin against Philippe Karsenty, we have received the following reaction from Karsenty: Contrary to the recommendation of the advocate general, advising the court to reject the appeal filed by Charles Enderlin and France 2, the Court of Cassation [France’s highest court] nullified…
The French Appeal Court has just rendered Philippe Karsenty’s acquittal for libeling the French broadcaster and its correspondent Charles Enderlin as null and void. To recall, Karsenty has been campaigning tirelessly for many years that France 2 and Enderlin’s footage of the “death” of Mohammad al-Dura was not what it seemed and may even have…
Our eighth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
The international media virtually ignores Philippe Karsenty’s court victory.
France 2’s “Pallywood” footage overturns a libel verdict.
Our seventh annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.
As a Paris court awaits a screening of the al-Dura footage, Israel for the first time officially denies responsibility for the alleged death.
Our sixth annual recognition of the most skewed and biased coverage of the Mideast conflict.