November 23, 2012

The NY Times' Mixed Message on Gaza

Abe Foxman, Times of Israel

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It has been frustrating lately, as an ardent supporter of Israel, to read the editorials in The New York Times. At a time when Israel was at war with Hamas and confronted with serious security challenges on several fronts – Hezbollah, Syria, Iran – the stakes should have been all too clear. And yet even with American and Israeli public support for the war to stop the Hamas rockets at an all-time high, The Times’ editorial page sent mixed signals and mixed messages.

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TAGGED: Palestinians, Palestine, Middle East, Hamas, Gaza, New York Times, Israel

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