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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

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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From Selma to Tunis: When Will We March Against the Segregation of Our Own Time? by Aayan Hirsi ali from

This year, with good reason, Americans have celebrated the moment 50 years ago when the struggle for civil rights for African-Americans reached a decisive moment: the 1965 March from Selma to Montgomery. The movie Selma won an Oscar. President Obama went to Selma and gave one of his finest speeches. ...
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Islam’s Improbable Reformer by Bret Stephens from

‘We are keen on a strategic relationship with the U.S. above everything else,’ says Egypt’s new president. ‘And we will never turn our backs on you—even if you turn your backs on ...
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Protesters disown their university values by Richard Kemp from

272985-50a09fb6-cba7-11e4-b9e4-f3102b99d303.png The behaviour of the protesters and the academics was an affront to the core ideals of the university — the freedom to speak, the freedom to assemble and the freedom to engage with ideas and opinions. ...
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Why Has the U.S. Congress Done So Little About UNRWA? by Steven J. Rosen from

1087.png American defenders of Israel generally see the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) as one of the worst UN agencies, an organization that harbors terrorists, teaches militant conflict with Israel and anti-Semitism in its schools, and perpetuates the Palestinian refugee issue as a source of tension.[1] Yet the paradox is that the United States has consistently been the largest single-state donor to UNRWA. ...
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Associated Mess How the AP Botched Its Investigation of Civilian Deaths in the Israel-Hamas War by Richard Behar and Gary Weiss from

Posed photographs. Intentional miscategorizations. Buried corrections. One-sided sourcing. Cherry-picked quotes. And a just-plain-wrong conclusion about "most" Gaza casualties being civilians. ...
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My (initial) challenge to the generals — all 200 of them by Martin Sherman from

The bitterest irony is the spectacle of scores of ex-senior security officials who spent their adult life defending Israel, now promoting a political initiative that will make it indefensible. ...
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Western civilisation at stake amid growing threats by Greg Sheridan from

Today, the West, of which Australia is manifestly part, is beset by intractable, diverse challenges, each one of which could provide existential threat. It is solving none of them at the moment. Each threat multiplies the force of the others. Taken together, they constitute a long, systemic crisis. The West might solve these problems. But it might not, too. ...
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Western civilisation at stake amid growing threats by Greg Sheridan from

Today, the West, of which Australia is manifestly part, is beset by intractable, diverse challenges, each one of which could provide existential threat. It is solving none of them at the moment. Each threat multiplies the force of the others. Taken together, they constitute a long, systemic crisis. The West might solve these problems. But it might not, too. ...
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Hatred, Lies, and Violence in the World of Islam by Raphael Israeli as Reviewed by Edward Alexander from

1054.png Next time someone suggests that al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, Boko Haram, ISIS, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad "have nothing to do with Islam," recommend to them Israeli's ambitious, scholarly, and shrewd (though clumsily written) book. ...
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Antiquity belongs to everyone by Editorial from

HATRA, an ancient fortified city between Baghdad and Mosul in Iraq, resisted occupation by the mighty Roman Empire in the 2nd century. Now, according to Iraqi officials, the monumental walls of Hatra have fallen to the thugs of Islamic State who, unlike the Romans, will leave no legacy other than death and destruction. ...
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Call for race-hate action over extremist rants against Jews by Anthony Klan from

THE NSW Jewish Board of Deputies has called on the state government to prosecute key members of Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir who it says publicly called for violence against Jews. ...
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Is Netanyahu the only one alive to the threat of Iran? by Gary Johns from

650770-14294e1c-c615-11e4-b661-7de803a8e799.png ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the US congress last week was the most powerful I have had the privilege of hearing from any leader at any time. Maybe he overegged it; he is, after all, facing election. But Netanyahu and many fellow Israelis believe the threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is real and imminent. ...
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Is Netanyahu the only one alive to the threat of Iran? by Gary Johns from

650770-14294e1c-c615-11e4-b661-7de803a8e799.png ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the US congress last week was the most powerful I have had the privilege of hearing from any leader at any time. Maybe he overegged it; he is, after all, facing election. But Netanyahu and many fellow Israelis believe the threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is real and imminent. ...
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The World Bows to Iranian Regional Hegemony by David P. Goldman from

1025.png For differing reasons, the powers of the world have elected to legitimize Iran's dominant position, hoping to delay but not deter its eventual acquisition of nuclear weapons. Except for Israel and the Sunni Arab states, the world has no desire to confront Iran. Short of an American military strike, which is unthinkable for this administration, there may be little that Washington can do to influence the course of events. Its influence has fallen catastrophically in consequence of a chain of policy blunders. ...
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Can non Muslims criticise Islam ? by ICJS Publishers from

On Wednesday 4th March Mrs Brigitte Gabriel spoke at Mount Scopus College Melbourne Australia. Rabbi Kennard responded to her talk and asserted that non-Muslims should not criticise Islam. ...
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Selling surrender as strategy by Martin Sherman from

showimage.ashx?id=276341&h=530&w=758.png I find myself compelled to take strong public issue with a man I have known, respected, even admired, for almost four decades: Shabtai Shavit, the former director of the Mossad. ...
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Leftists like Miriam Margolyes are helping Hamas by criticising Israel by Ted Lapkin from

THE moment actress Miriam Margolyes opened her mouth to opine on anti-Semitism during the ABC’s Q&A this week, the moral rot at the heart of 21st-century leftist thought came on full display. ...
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