Skip to comments.Time Magazine Takes Its Israel Hatred to a New Level
Posted on 01/11/2011 11:19:58 AM PST by Nachum
Yesterday, I wrote that the recent controversial legislation at the Knesset would likely result in a full-fledged freak-out from the left over Israels supposed slide toward totalitarianism, and this morning Time magazine didnt disappoint. How bad is it? Lets just say that Time might as well save the money it spends on its Jerusalem-bureau reporters by publishing full press releases from the Elders instead.
The article, titled Israels Rightward Lurch Scares Even Some Conservatives, is packed full of misinformation and outright contempt for the Jewish state. The online version also includes links to alleged atrocities committed by Israel i.e., Watch video of Israel preparing to deport children of migrant workers, See photographs of young Palestinians in the age of Israels security wall, Watch video of the water crisis in the West Bank.
It was written by Times Jerusalem-bureau chief, Karl Vick, who penned the November cover story about how Israelis were too busy living the 90210 lifestyle to worry about the peace process. The biased statements and factual inaccuracies in his latest piece are honestly too numerous to go through for a line-by-line rebuttal, but heres a brief rundown of the worst of it.
1. It claims without evidence that Jawaher Abu Rahma was killed by tear gas from IDF soldiers:
Last week, after a Palestinian woman died after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops, army spokesmen mounted a whisper campaign suggesting she died of natural causes. The unlikely, anonymous explanation was played prominently by Israeli newspapers. Those who said otherwise stood accused of trying to de-legitimize the Israel Defense Forces.
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"Der Sturmer's readership is down! Everyone is reading Time Magazine instead!"
I haven’t picked up a Time magazine in years. The last time I saw one was at a Doctor’s office, and it was so thin that I thought someone had ripped the pages out of it.