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Posted on 03/08/2013 4:20:32 PM PST by Nachum
A New York Times blogger became ensnared in controversy yesterday after asking a Weekly Standard author whether he was a Coptic Christian and if this played a factor in his reporting on anti-American and anti-Semitic activist Samira Ibrahim.
Weekly Standard writer Samuel Tadros broke the story of Ibrahims support for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and Bulgarian bus bombing attack of 2012, resulting in the State Departments decision to defer its plan to honor Ibrahim with a womens courage award.
But Times reporter Robert Mackey speculated on Twitter that Tadross religious background, which Mackey believed was Coptic Christian, might have played a role in his reporting.
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Ms. Ibrahim may be a blight on her Coptic heritage....
Group membership is everything to leftist extremists.
She fugly, too.
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