[Rushtalk] Fwd: Mohamed, Cue The Dead Baby!

William White wbbanjo at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 12 09:57:02 MDT 2013


The Shameful Age of Propaganda and Disinformation.  To create perceptions is to create reality.

Bill
 

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 From: Steven Laib <stevenlaib at sbcglobal.net>
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From: "Dan Friedman" <topcopy at mindspring.com>
>Date: March 11, 2013, 3:14:54 PM CDT
>To: <unknownrecipient at mail.com>
>Subject: Mohamed, Cue The Dead Baby!
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>[I hate to give away the surprise ending, but if the West and its 
“journalists” don’t find their moral bearings, and at the same time Israel 
decides to live, we’re headed for a great war. df] 
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>breitbart.com/Big-Journalism, 11 Mar 2013 
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>Media Fail: Hamas, Not Israelis, Killed Palestinian 
Boy 
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>by AWR 
Hawkins  
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>The U.N. High Commissioner for Human 
Rights has released a report that says Palestinians, rather than 
Israelis, killed the infant son of BBC journalist Jihad al-Masharawi on November 
14.  
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>When the boy was killed during Operation 
Pillar of Defense in November, the media and various monitoring groups piled on 
Israel. Photographs of the father holding the deceased infant were shown around 
the world. 
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>The Washington Post featured the 
picture on the front page and above the fold on November 15, 2012, attributing 
the boy's death to "an Israeli airstrike" (source: UK Spectator): 
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>Neither the Washington Post nor the 
rest of the media bothered to check Palestinian claims or to report them with an 
appropriate degree of skepticism. 
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>U.N. watchdog group Human Rights Watch, 
which attempted to keep a running tally of all the civilian deaths Israel and 
Hamas had caused during Pillar of Defense, reported that Israel had killed 
Mishrawi's "11-month old" son the day after the infant 
died. 
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>BBC journalists used tweets to imply Israel's guilt in the infant's death the day 
the child was killed. 
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>But now, the U.N. says the infant was 
killed by a rocket fired at Israelis "by Palestinians that missed its mark." The 
infant boy and his mother were both killed by the Palestinians.  
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>This incident serves as an example of how 
the mainstream media amplifies Palestinian casualties to hurt Israel's image but 
rarely, if ever, clarifies the record once Israel is shown to be 
innocent. 
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>Dan 
Friedman
>NYC 
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