November 27, 2012 | Filed Under Anti-Semitism, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Hamas, Islam, Islamofascism, Israel, Israel Defense Force, Jews, Journalism, Judaism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Military, New York City, Newspapers, Palestinians, Progressives, Religion, Terrorism, The New York Times, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off
-By Warner Todd Huston
Once again The New York Times has attempted to paint Israel as murders of journalists, this time by falsely labeling as “journalists” two terror commanders that the Israeli Defense Force recently eliminated.
Over the weekend The Times reported on two terrorists, Mahmoud al-Kumi and Hussam Salama, that were killed last week in Gaza by an IDF missile aimed at their car, a vehicle that The Times complains “was clearly marked with the letters TV.”
The paper claimed that the two were merely “cameramen for Al-Aqsa TV” and were but “covering events in central Gaza” when they were killed.
It would be outrageous if the IDF were targeting journalists, we all agree. But just who were these two that were killed, anyway? Were they just run-of-the-mill journalists? It turns out they were not journalists at all.
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