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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

Iran Makes the Rules by Editorial from

bn-et199_edp092_j_20140928165658.png Tehran holds firm while the U.S. keeps making nuclear concessions. ...
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Airstrikes are not enough by Christina Lamb from

365796-a9b0c87a-4799-11e4-9a7c-3b6b503b5f0c.png “Politicians have a tendency to think you can sort things out militarily. I’ve always been leery of going to war. Secondly, if I’ve learned anything in 42 years’ military experience, much of it in command, it’s that you don’t do it if you’re not going to do it properly.” ...
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ABC’s Q&A turned into a platform for crass anti-Western propaganda by Paul Cleary & Gina Rushton from

077613-fc9aa528-456f-11e4-b219-229d96321f12.png AT a time of public disenchantment with politics, ABC TV’s Q&A is meant to give Australians a forum to re-engage with their politicians and ask direct and often confronting questions. ...
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ABC must present both sides of the debate on terrorism by Gerard Henderson from

THE Attorney-General’s assessment of the present danger is correct. Last Wednesday, George Brandis told the Senate that Australia faced a more immediate security threat than it did during the Cold War. ...
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The civilised world is losing the war on terror by Greg Sheridan from

IT does no good to delude ourselves. The civilised world is not winning the war against terrorism. The assembled national leaders at the UN this week who denounced the group that now calls itself Islamic State was impressive — everyone from Barack Obama to Tony Abbott, Britain’s David Cameron and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan. When the US this week undertook air strikes against Islamic State positions in Iraq and, for the first time, Syria, it was actively supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Sunni Arab states struck Sunni terrorists in a nation, Syria, governed by Alawites, who are broadly part of the Shia dispensation in Islam. ...
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The civilised world is losing the war on terror by Greg Sheridan from

IT does no good to delude ourselves. The civilised world is not winning the war against terrorism. The assembled national leaders at the UN this week who denounced the group that now calls itself Islamic State was impressive — everyone from Barack Obama to Tony Abbott, Britain’s David Cameron and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan. When the US this week undertook air strikes against Islamic State positions in Iraq and, for the first time, Syria, it was actively supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Sunni Arab states struck Sunni terrorists in a nation, Syria, governed by Alawites, who are broadly part of the Shia dispensation in Islam. ...
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ABC’s Q&A turned into a platform for crass anti-Western propaganda by Paul Cleary & Gina Rushton from

077613-fc9aa528-456f-11e4-b219-229d96321f12.png AT a time of public disenchantment with politics, ABC TV’s Q&A is meant to give Australians a forum to re-engage with their politicians and ask direct and often confronting questions. ...
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ABC must present both sides of the debate on terrorism by Gerard Henderson from

THE Attorney-General’s assessment of the present danger is correct. Last Wednesday, George Brandis told the Senate that Australia faced a more immediate security threat than it did during the Cold War. ...
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ABC blasted for ‘extreme’ views on terror raids by David Crowe from

THE ABC has been accused of breaching its charter by airing “conspiracy theories” about last week’s police raids on suspected terrorists. ...
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Debunking the myths about extremists’ rise by Greg Sheridan from

AS the bombing of Islamic State forces in Syria begins, the Abbott government has left open the possibility of future actions by Australia in Syria. In the meantime, the Australian debate is bedevilled by three truly ludicrous myths peddled variously and in different combinations, by Greens, lefties, professional anti-Americans, and that great undifferentiated and largely uninformed cadre of general commentators on everything who figure so ubiquitously, and so repetitively, on the ABC. ...
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ABC blasted for ‘extreme’ views on terror raids by David Crowe from

THE ABC has been accused of breaching its charter by airing “conspiracy theories” about last week’s police raids on suspected terrorists. ...
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Israel’s population reaches 8.9 million on eve of new year by Israel Hayom from

141129628228031311a_b.png Central Bureau of Statistics issues its annual report revealing that the most popular baby names this year were Yosef for boys and Tamar for girls ...
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The TBS of the TSS - A chronicle of irrational fanaticism by Martin Sherman from

showimage.ashx?id=251393&h=530&w=758.png The recent round of fighting in Gaza should have driven home to anyone with a smidgen of common sense that conceding territory to Arab control is futile and fatal. ...
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Money trail reveals Islamist influence in American policy by Allan West from

I’m often asked how it is and why it is that Islamists have such a strong influence on American policy. The answer to that question is simple: follow the money. ...
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Few interests, fewer friends in Middle East by Victor Davis Hanson from

Try figuring out the maze of enemies, allies and neutrals in the Middle East. ...
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Back to the rejectionist bunker by Zalman Shoval from

Just as war is "the continuation of policy by other means," according to the Prussian General von Clausewitz -- policy is also the continuation of war by other means, which is why Operation Protective Edge and its results pose a series of diplomatic challenges for Israel. Hamas was battered -- both militarily and diplomatically -- and the fact that its demands to build a seaport and airport were removed from the table points to its degraded diplomatic cache. ...
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Those “Spontaneous” demonstrations by David Oman from

muslim-brotherhood2.png The often violent demonstrations that rocked Europe and the US during Protective Edge looked very much like the spontaneous outrage of Muslim communities in the West • The truth, however, is that they were arranged and engineered by the Global Muslim Brotherhood, a well organized but far from representative organization • Their success lies not only in organizing these hate-fests but in gaining the ear of Western governments as representative of the "moderate Muslim" faction - especially in the Obama administration • An insightful interview with Steven Merley, Muslim Brotherhood exper ...
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Those “Spontaneous” demonstrations by David Oman from

muslim-brotherhood2.png The often violent demonstrations that rocked Europe and the US during Protective Edge looked very much like the spontaneous outrage of Muslim communities in the West • The truth, however, is that they were arranged and engineered by the Global Muslim Brotherhood, a well organized but far from representative organization • Their success lies not only in organizing these hate-fests but in gaining the ear of Western governments as representative of the "moderate Muslim" faction - especially in the Obama administration • An insightful interview with Steven Merley, Muslim Brotherhood exper ...
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Egypt, Abbas, Refugees, and Peace by Jonathan S. Tobin from

When the Egyptian government reached out to Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas recently, one surprising and one predictable thing happened. The tale of this offer and its rejection tells us all we need to know about Palestinian politics and the changing political landscape of the Middle East. ...
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The West Lacks a Plan by Daniel Pipes from

2904.png States like Iraq and Syria have disintegrated, Christians and the State of Israel are attacked, Turkey supports the ISIS-terrorists. Historian Daniel Pipes discusses the Middle East challenge. [N.B. This interview took place on July 21, 2014.] ...
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The Biggest Winner in the Lose-Lose ‘Operation Protective Edge’ by Richard Landes from

Is Richard Landes right?He says: Journalists’ credibility dangerously damaged: UNHRC and UNRWA behavior, embarrassingly partisan:Secretary of State Kerry and President Obama, astonishingly clueless and blundering:The intellectual Left, shamefully right-wing in its embrace of anti-Semitic discourse. ...
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UNRWA: A Palestinian, anti-Israel, non-territorial government by Nitza Nachamias from

showimage.ashx?id=251095&h=530&w=758.png UNRWA’s existence is the problem; stopgap reforms are not possible and would not be helpful even if they were. ...
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Foggy Mind at Foggy Bottom by Seth Mandel from

Kerry’s belief in endless negotiations is reminiscent of a quotation by Douglas Adams: “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” It reinforces the perception abroad of America as an unreliable friend and easily distracted foe. And in the Middle East, it resulted in three unmitigated strategic disasters. ...
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UNRWA: A Palestinian, anti-Israel, non-territorial government by Nitza Nachamias from

showimage.ashx?id=251095&h=530&w=758.png UNRWA’s existence is the problem; stopgap reforms are not possible and would not be helpful even if they were. ...
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I have two nightmares about a Palestinian state. by Yossi Klein Halevi from

article_inset_halevi_625.png “I have two nightmares about a Palestinian state,” I said. “That there won’t be one and that there will be one.” ...
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Danby joins NGO monitor advisory board by NGO Monitor from

danby1.png Prof. Gerald Steinberg, president of NGO Monitor said: "Mr. Danby's contributions to our board are greatly valued. He brings vast experience and knowledge of the political sphere and will help increase our unique impact as providing checks and balances for political NGOs around the world." ...
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