The New York Times Evades the Facts to Blame Israel

The New York Times Evades the Facts to Blame Israel

The New York Times editorials are written by a board of journalists who adhere to an identical formula when penning columns about Israel. It consists of three tenets:

1. Pay lip service to Israel’s right to defend itself.

2. Follow with “but” and devote the bulk of the column to condemning Israel’s self-defensive actions, whatever they may be.

3. Ignore inconvenient facts, statistics, or anything else that may provide readers with a deeper understanding of or sympathy for Israel’s actions.

So it really was not in the least bit surprising when the day after Israel launched a defensive military operation against Hamas terrorists and weapons facilities, that the newspaper’s editorial used the same recipe to excoriate Israel for what it called “one of the most ferocious assaults on Gaza since its invasion four years ago.”



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