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Here are 26 important articles about media bias as it relates to the Middle East conflict

Your personal tags: UNRWA, MidEast Ethnic Melt, Dhimmitude, Media imbalance, Australian Issues

Netanyahu to Congress - Spring 2015 by Benjamin Netanyahu from

Full text of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to a joint session of Congress, March 3, 2015. ...
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Missing the Point—and Lesson—of Buddhist Anti-Muslim Sentiment by Raymond Ibrahim from

1023.png Ongoing reports decrying "anti-Muslim" Buddhists seem to miss the point: this antipathy did not appear out of thin air but rather in response to Islamic aggression—the same Islamic aggression the rest of the world is trying to cope with. ...
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Missing the Point—and Lesson—of Buddhist Anti-Muslim Sentiment by Raymond Ibrahim from

1023.png Ongoing reports decrying "anti-Muslim" Buddhists seem to miss the point: this antipathy did not appear out of thin air but rather in response to Islamic aggression—the same Islamic aggression the rest of the world is trying to cope with. ...
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Battlefield of ideas is where fanatics will fall by Janet Albrechtsen from

IT’S tempting to agree with the Prime Minister and ban the Islamic extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir. It is divisive. It is odious. It ­preaches racial and religious hatred. It is committed to a caliphate and to overthrowing democracy. ...
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The Chamberlainization of Israeli politics by Martin Sherman from

Through ongoing attrition by the Arabs and capitulation by the Jews, what once were unthinkable concessions have become perceived policy imperatives. ...
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Hizb ut-Tahrir leader’s speech reveals our peaceful values are taken for granted by Vic Alhadeff from

IMAGINE if a religious leader stood on the streets of Sydney and openly called for the murder of people of another faith. It happened recently, and barely a word of condemnation was heard. ...
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Hizb ut-Tahrir leader’s speech reveals our peaceful values are taken for granted by Vic Alhadeff from

IMAGINE if a religious leader stood on the streets of Sydney and openly called for the murder of people of another faith. It happened recently, and barely a word of condemnation was heard. ...
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Hatred as an Article of Faith by Mark Durie from

1017.png The Islamic State sent me a letter this week, in the form of a short film produced by ISIS's Al-Hayat Media centre. This was not addressed to me personally, but to all Christians everywhere. Its title was A Message Signed with BLOOD to the Nation of the Cross. ...
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Of course there is a crisis in US Israel relations by Mort Klein and Daniel Mandel from

showimage.ashx?id=252663&h=530&w=758.png President Obama seems willing to tolerate an Iranian nuclear weapons threshold capacity – but Israel is not. Of course there’s a crisis. ...
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Shots to the heart of freedom of speech by Frank Furedi from

584392-43a21d6c-ba68-11e4-b7ec-622016158095.png we have now moved into a world where the very idea of a genuine clash of views on a controversial subject is increasingly associated with physical threats. ...
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It’s absurd to deny jihadis act in the name of Islam by Henry Ergas from

WITH jihadist violence continuing to escalate, the acid test of today’s national security statement will be the actions it proposes. But no policy can be effective without an honest diagnosis of the problem it is intended to address. ...
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Homeland terror tsar to lead fight by Brendan Nicholson from

TONY Abbott will appoint a counter-terrorism "tsar" as he warns the nation today that it faces a new, long-term era of heightened terrorist threat, with a more significant "home-grown" element. ...
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Iraq strategy shows Tony Abbott focused on needs of the nation by Greg Sheridan from

In terms of national security, a government must always be judged on what it does, not what thoughts it might express in private conversations when it is thinking its way through a situation. ...
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It’s absurd to deny jihadis act in the name of Islam by Henry Ergas from

WITH jihadist violence continuing to escalate, the acid test of today’s national security statement will be the actions it proposes. But no policy can be effective without an honest diagnosis of the problem it is intended to address. ...
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Coup d'etat? by Martin Sherman from

What we are witnessing is, in effect, little less than an attempt at a bloodless coup d'état - conducted, not by the military, but by the messianic, indeed manic, mainstream media, buttressed by affiliated like-minded civil society elites, in a frenzied effort to impose their minority worldview on the nation. ...
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To become UN Sec General Obama must 'Solve' the Existence of Israel by James Lewis from

Like all grandiose narcissists with uncontrollable ambitions, Obama figures he can somehow resolve all the internecine warfare between Shi’ites and Sunnis, between Persians and Arabs, Turks and Kurds, Copts and Salafists, and finally get all “the fifty-seven states” -- 57 is the number of Muslim states in the UN -- to vote for him as a messianic UN Secretary General. ...
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Let’s confront passports to terror by ANDREW NIKOLIC from

574841-c98c7362-b4e3-11e4-8c40-7e903462a11c.png As we have seen from events in recent years, some benefit from Australian citizenship, but ignore their responsibility to Australia and its people. Supporters of transnational terrorism are one example. How should Australia respond? ...
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Open societies face rising terror threat from within by Editorial from

TONY Abbott has sketched the outlines of what is likely to be an important debate about the role of citizenship — and its possible revocation — in the struggle against violent Islamism. ...
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Israeli Press: Why I Will Vote Likud for the First Time by Kalman Liebeskind from

Read the week-end Hebrew oped that has gone viral in Israel. If one of the ways to judge if a state is democratic is by whether its press is worthy of the name, the last few weeks have shown that we have nothing in common with a democratic state. ...
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Palestinian moves to join ICC have nothing to do with justice by Einat Wilf from

Is Israel's reluctance to co-operate with the ICC investigation into war crimes a sign of guilt? ...
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Obama’s surrender by Mort Klein and Daniel Mandel from

obama-iran.jpeg.png President Obama has a six year record of indulging and conceding to Iran, without having achieved anything to prevent it becoming a nuclear power, which he’s repeatedly and publicly proclaimed he would do “everything, everything” to prevent. ...
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Outstanding speech by Matti Friedman by Blog from

matti%2bfriedman%2b2_photo%2bcredit%2bsebastian%2bscheiner_media.png Matti Friedman, former AP journalist, spoke at a BICOM dinner in London on January 26. His speech is an absolute must-read. ...
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Outstanding speech by Matti Friedman by Blog from

matti%2bfriedman%2b2_photo%2bcredit%2bsebastian%2bscheiner_media.png Matti Friedman, former AP journalist, spoke at a BICOM dinner in London on January 26. His speech is an absolute must-read. ...
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China’s Growing Middle East Footprint: Israel’s Opportunity by David P. Goldman from

China's "New Silk Road" might become history's most ambitious investment in infrastructure. Some Chinese strategists predict an Israeli role in the project on par with, or possibly even more important than, that of Turkey. China calls the project "One Belt and One Road," referring to a belt of railroads, highways, pipelines and broadband communications stretching through China to the West, and a "maritime Silk Road" combining sea routes with port infrastructure from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean. ...
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The demise of Israeli patriotism? by Martin Sherman from

The Israeli political discourse has been afflicted by pronouncements that could have easily been drawn from the Orwellian lexicons of 1984. ...
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Hostile West Has Isolated Israel In Its Fight To Survive by Victor Davis Hanson from

hanson_victordavis_big.jpg.png Israel is the only liberal democracy in the Middle East and North Africa. Eight million Israelis are surrounded by some 400 million Muslims in more than 20 states. Almost all of Israel's neighbors are anti-Israeli dictatorships, monarchies or theocracies — a number of them reduced to a state of terrorist chaos. ...
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