The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages – September 17th -24th edition

Israel Hayom Plays Broken Telephone
Israel Hayom’s three versions of a report on Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal becomes increasingly confused. (Presspectiva) Tripod logo

What Israel has done for the Palestinians
Has Israel really done nothing for the welfare of Palestinians in the last 46 years? (Presspectiva)

BBC WS adds clarification to Doucet remarks in Peres interview
BBC corrects claim by Lyse Doucet that Israeli PM never said what it had itself reported him as saying. (BBC Watch)

BBC’s educational resource website describes Yom Kippur attack by Syria and Egypt as ‘pre-emptive’
Politically motivated distortion on the BBC’s resource website for teachers . (BBC Watch)

Perpetrator: always Israel
The Spanish-language media tends to distort information when Israel is the victim. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Europa Press: distorting the information
The Spanish wire agency does its best to portray Israel in the worst possible light . (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

A Holy Land Without Christians?
The population of Christians in “Israel/Palestine” has actually increased, not decreased. (ReVista de Medio Oriente)

Where’s the Coverage? Rouhani’s Own Words Prove He is No Moderate
The latest untold story. (Snapshots)

 

 

 

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2 comments on “The Tripod: CAMERA Links in 3 Languages – September 17th -24th edition

  1. Off-topic, but this really got me going:

    BBC “Newshour” on the World Service today, 14:00-15:00 GMT, was par for the course, moving effortessly from insisting on calling the Somali terrorists gunmen to a look at imaginary Islamophobia, only from the Muslim perspective, of course, to a discussion on breastfeeding in Pakistan with no mention of the slaughter of 80 Christians.

    Despicable, disgusting bunch of news-launderers.

  2. From this clip of Doucet’s interview with Peres:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23545282

    Doucet cannot understand how Peres, widely regarded as a man of peace, can be so committed to Israel’s capacity for war. The reason for her lack of understanding is simple: she sees the Arab side of the conflict as all injured innocence and the Israel side as brutal opressors. And so she expects the odd Israeli man of peace to be consistent and be in favour of disarming, and not to make weird statements like the following:

    Peres: “If someone wants to kill you, you are a hawk; if someone wants to make peace with you, you are a dove.”

    Doucet: “So this is Shimon Peres’ view on it: you can make peace as long as you are sure Israel can win any war.”

    Peres: “No, not that Israel…but that our enemies came to the conclusion that they cannot destroy us.”

    For Doucet, who is deeply and hopelessly in love with the Arab world while thoroughly pickled in anti-Israel bias, this must be a bizarre concept. Israel’s Arab enemies have been trying to destroy the country? No, this simply cannot be true.

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