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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

Defending Freedom of Speech by Geert Wilders from

1061.png We should never allow ourselves to be intimidated. And here, in America, you are allowed to make pictures and drawings, no matter what the Sharia says. ... If we react to threats over cartoons by no longer making cartoons, the terrorists have won. ... The jihadis want to kill me, but others want to silence me... by legal or political harassment. All this is happening not in third-world dictatorships, as you might expect, but in Western democracies. ...
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Fiction and Foreign Policy by Michael Doran from

obama-rhodes.jpg?894d7e.png To the president, foreign policy isn’t just about safeguarding the country. It’s also, as the Iran deal makes clear, about fashioning a creative personal narrative of the effort. ...
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The Pope and the Palestinians by William Kilpatrick from

francis-and-abbas-450x253.png Contrary to reports in the mainstream press, Pope Francis did not call Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas “an angel of peace.” The correct translation of the pope’s words is “I have thought of you: that you could be an angel of peace.” ...
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Anbar Province Lost by Ari Lieberman from

Meanwhile, while Obama twiddles his thumbs and is paralyzed by indecision, ISIS continues its slaughter of Christians, Yazidis and fellow Muslims, Assad continues to gas his own people while Iran continues to dominate the region exporting terror to Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon. ...
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Understanding the Jerusalem connection by Dror Eydar from

Anyone who believes in dividing Jerusalem and handing over our holy sites will never be a true leader among our people • Though Jerusalem is plagued with problems, nothing will keep us away from the city to which we yearned to return for 2,500 years. ...
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"No Big Difference between Iran and ISIS" by Uzay Bulut from

1071.png "The international community must aim at strategic and long-term alliances based on common values. I do not think there is a big difference between ISIS and the Iranian authorities... The Iranian regime cannot be part of a long-term solution." — Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, Neuroscientist and spokesperson for Iran Human Rights (I ...
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Two staters excuse-du-jour by Martin Sherman from

showimage.ashx?id=275930&h=530&w=758.png For two-staters the prevailing conditions—no matter what they are—are always favorable for implementing the land-for-peace doctrine and establishing a Palestinian state. ...
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The Cartoon Wars by Douglas Murray from

1061.png It is most important to keep on challenging these would-be censors, so that people with Kalashnikov rifles do not make our customs and laws. ...
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For the love of Israel by Fred Maroun from

We Arabs claim that Israel is a western imperialist enterprise, the small Satan to the U.S.’s big Satan. The reality however is that Israel is a love story, the affectionate project of the Jewish people that results from thousands of years of Jewish history. ...
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Lauryn Hill and the boycott’s other victims: An issue of freedom of expression by Lana Melman from

showimage.ashx?id=285156&h=530&w=758.png The cultural boycott campaign seeks to create an intellectual dictatorship, using every means possible to compel artists to think in a certain way. Their way. Ingredients in their toxic brew include petitions, demonstrations, emails, phone calls, tweets and open letters, to name a few. ...
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Breaking the silence report by Matti Friedman from

I hope that most intelligent people have stopped taking international press coverage of Israel too seriously. But there are a few things that are important to understand. ...
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Don't worry Israel our MPs are mates with Palestine too by Rowan Dean from

1430445398169.png Off to Gaza! Wow. Crazy architecture. Every hospital doubles as a rocket-launching pad, every kiddies playground doubles as a missile silo! Far out! I ask people how come they stay here and they explain that Hamas will shoot them if they try to leave. Fair point. ...
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Why Is Israel Criticized for Helping Nepal Earthquake Victims? by Steven A. Cook from

injured-nepal-resident-and-doctors.jpg?itok=6tgogeov.png Last week, Israel took criticism for sending a contingent of doctors and search-and-rescue specialists to Nepal to participate in the earthquake relief efforts. Read that again. There is no “not” in between “for” and “sending.” ...
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Don't worry Israel our MPs are mates with Palestine too by Rowan Dean from

1430445398169.png Off to Gaza! Wow. Crazy architecture. Every hospital doubles as a rocket-launching pad, every kiddies playground doubles as a missile silo! Far out! I ask people how come they stay here and they explain that Hamas will shoot them if they try to leave. Fair point. ...
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Don't worry Israel our MPs are mates with Palestine too by Rowan Dean from

1430445398169.png Off to Gaza! Wow. Crazy architecture. Every hospital doubles as a rocket-launching pad, every kiddies playground doubles as a missile silo! Far out! I ask people how come they stay here and they explain that Hamas will shoot them if they try to leave. Fair point. ...
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Don't worry Israel our MPs are mates with Palestine too by Rowan Dean from

1430445398169.png Off to Gaza! Wow. Crazy architecture. Every hospital doubles as a rocket-launching pad, every kiddies playground doubles as a missile silo! Far out! I ask people how come they stay here and they explain that Hamas will shoot them if they try to leave. Fair point. ...
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Labor sells its soul for the Muslim vote by Andrew Bolt from

NSW Right power broker Tony Burke will lead the push for a historic shift in Labor’s position on the recognition of a Palestinian state at the party’s July national conference, under an agreement hammered out with Bill Shorten. ...
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Weakened Barack Obama makes Iran the winner in Mid-East chaos by Greg Sheridan from

The Middle East is in chaos and conflict, and Barack Obama is about to surrender on Iran’s nuclear program. ...
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Where the right to speak is howled down by Peter Baldwin from

292748-859801bc-d83d-11e4-91eb-4767fead30ef.png It is hard to avoid the depressing conclusion that at Sydney University today mob rule works. ...
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Where the right to speak is howled down by Peter Baldwin from

292748-859801bc-d83d-11e4-91eb-4767fead30ef.png It is hard to avoid the depressing conclusion that at Sydney University today mob rule works. ...
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Free Fall in the Middle East by Editor from

If we had a Republican President and the Middle East were in this much of a mess, and the Administration had been repeatedly exposed as having fundamentally misjudged major developments (calling ISIS the “jayvee team,” Yemen a success, Erdogan a reliable partner, etc. etc.), the NYT would be calling for impeachment and howling about the end of the world. ...
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Free Fall in the Middle East by Editor from

If we had a Republican President and the Middle East were in this much of a mess, and the Administration had been repeatedly exposed as having fundamentally misjudged major developments (calling ISIS the “jayvee team,” Yemen a success, Erdogan a reliable partner, etc. etc.), the NYT would be calling for impeachment and howling about the end of the world. ...
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In final 24 hours to nuclear deal deadline, the US is desperate while Iran refuses to budge by Editors from

300x203x2015-03-29t081738z_1421456232_gf10000042515_rtrmadp_3_iran-nuclear-deal- As the deadline approaches for a framework agreement, reports indicate that a deal between Iran and the P5+1 powers may not materialize. ...
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Raising Children to be Soldiers of Allah by Monir Hussain from

1000.png "Moreover [the children's] mindset [in the Islamic Madrasa education] is nurtured with a message of hatred towards all non-Muslim communities... Islam is the only true religion, all other religions are false -- this is what they are taught from the beginning by the Madrasa teacher. They also chant nonstop the mantra that all nonbelievers (in Islam) are Kafirs and infidels fit to be destroyed by all true Muslims." — Shudhansu S. Tunga, author of A 20 Million Billion Trillion Dollar Loss: The Story of India's Downslide Independence. ...
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Why Yemen matters by Daniel Pipes from

The Middle East witnessed something radically new last Thursday, when the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia responded to a plea by Yemen’s president and led a 10-country coalition to intervene in the air and on the ground in the country. “Operation Decisive Storm” prompts many reflections: ...
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We’re Losing the War Against Radical Islam by Newt Gingrich from

We cannot defeat what we cannot name. ...
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