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August 08, 2008

Not Reassured by Kristof's "Expert Reassurances"

In Aug. 7 column in the Jerusalem Post, Calev Ben-David weighs in on "Tough love for Israel," the recent piece by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.

Kristof doesn't write often on Israel, and has no particular expertise or experience in this region. The Far East is more his bailiwick. But that doesn't deter him from occasionally dropping by here and penning the odd piece, usually dedicated, for the most part, to berating Israel's policy toward the Palestinians, and laying on it most of the blame for failure to reach a peace agreement with the Arabs.

To read the rest of Ben-David's column, which focuses on Kristof's supposed "expert reassurances" on the Iranian threat, click here. To read CAMERA's critique of the Kristof piece, see here.

Posted by at August 8, 2008 10:21 AM


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