Thursday, October 15, 2015

Israeli Media Promotes Arab Lies

I listen/watch Israeli television and radio news to hear the Israeli side. I certainly don't expect CNN or the BBC to be fair and tell the truth about what is going on here in Israel, especially when Arab terrorists are attacking innocent Israelis. It really gets on my nerves to have broadcasters/news announcers present us with reports from the PA-Palestinian Authority. If I had wanted to hear them I'd be listening/watching a different channel.

I also don't see why our newscasts should include interviews with relatives of Arab terrorists who lie and cry about the terrible injustices done to their children, husbands etc.

The father of these young Arab terrorists was given a microphone and screen time to claim that his children hadn't done anything wrong. Duh!? Is that what should be on the news? The Arabs get more screen time than the innocent Jewish victims and their families and friends.

It's clear that those Arabs and their entire clan should be fired from any job that puts them in contact with Jews. If that had been done to Abu Jamal, the cousin of the Arab terrorists who massacred innocent Jews and the policeman who tried to rescue them in the Har Nof Synagogue, then he wouldn't have been able to use an innocent-looking Bezeq car as a weapon to attack and kill Jews in Jerusalem.

The Bezeq vehicle an east Jerusalem man used to ram a bus stop on Malchei Yisrael Street in Jerusalem. Photo: Hillel Maier, TPS
What could have driven Abu Jamal to do such a beastly thing? Surely, it couldn’t have been desperation born of poverty and unemployment (the media’s favorite justification for Palestinian terrorism). Abu Jamal, it so happens, worked for Bezeq, the Israeli telecommunications company whose uniform he wore during the attack.
A clue about the Arab man’s true motivation emerged soon enough. Abu Jamal was a cousin of the two terrorists, Uday Abu Jamal and Ghassan Abu Jamal, who murdered four ultra-Orthodox Jewish men and a Druze police officer who came to their rescue at a synagogue in Jerusalem last year. (Algemeiner)

For the past few years, most of the Arab terrorists have been Israeli or held permits to live and work in Israel. The hotbed of Arab terrorism is in East Jerusalem, not in the Arab villages near my home in Shiloh. The children go to Israeli-funded schools, and the adults have jobs, frequently working with Jews. 

This is the truth, not what you hear in the news and from politicians. Integration, education and equal employment are not reducing Arab terrorism!

Israeli newscasts are trying to humanize, make the Arab terrorists seem sympathetic rather than dangerous and psychopathic. There should be a total ban of featuring family and friends of Arab terrorists on the news. Sympathy and understanding should only go to the Jewish victims!


Mr. Cohen said...

Israel is being buried-alive under an
avalanche of media bias and false accusations.

These web sites can help refute
those biases and false accusations:






Batya said...

thanks for the extra info

Sammy Finkelman said...

The problem with the "sympathy" here is that it is based on lies.

One thing must be understood above all:

The Arab anger is not driven by anything real, not even real extremist demands.

It is no more based on anything real that the accusations of Jews
killing children for blood to bake matzohs with was based on anything
real - or than the pogroms in Russia in 1903 were based on anything

The accusations against Israel are almost completely limited to what Israel
is not doing, cannot avoid doing, or will never do.

What it is not doing: That is changing anything about or at the Temple Mount.

What Israel cannot avoid doing - that is killing Arabs and creating martyrs.

What Israel will never do: leave Jerusalem.

In truth they have no demands to make, not even that Jews leave Israel,although the comparison that Hamas sometimes makes to the French in Algeria would seem to indicate that.

For foreign consumption, they have come up with some demands that can function
as a wedge issue: mainly, to stop building anything in settlements. Settlements are
something that many in Western countries think Israel should never have done in the first place, and stopping growth is something that it can seem reasonable,
or at least possible, for Israel to concede.

Maybe even so, at least in part, but it cannot effect anything going on, and is a red herring.

There is nothing that Israel, or anyone in Israel, did that set this off. That
is the key fact about this. Neither, by the way, are Arabs or Moslems simply
crazy, or easily set off by false words. This is a conspiracy, and it has
directors and central planning, and we are very far away from the last
shoe dropping. This conspiracy includes some Arab members of the Israeli
Knesset. They are not acting bizarrely on their own.

It seems like Israel is not responding forcefully enough for the Arab or
Iranian game plan, so now the Arab side is escalating things, even though
it doesn't quite look as good for them.

Sammy Finkelman said...

TRhe press can either be fair OR balanced - but can't be both.

And to be balanced is to live in an alternative reality.

Sammy Finkelman said...

It's one of the stories they tell about journalism that American media shouldn't have reported the accusations of Senator Joseph McCarthy without an indication they were unjustified.

Batya said...

Sammy, thanks, amen