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February 20, 2013

CAMERA Op-Ed: "Why so many got the elections wrong"

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David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker

In his op-ed published in The Jerusalem Post, CAMERA Senior Research Analyst Gilead Ini writes about the media coverage of the recent elections in Israel. He observes:

In short, caricaturing Israel makes it possible to caricature the Palestinians. The false diagnosis of an Israel veering uncontrollably to the Right helps sustain the fashionable but unhelpful view the Palestinians have no active role in the conflict, and no responsibility for its course. How straightforward it all is to Remnick: “Israel’s hard-liners harden further. The Palestinians grow more frustrated.?

This might be an easier story to tell, and it might be an easier story to believe. But it is not what readers want and deserve: a fair assessment of the conflict.

Read the entire op-ed here.

Posted by at February 20, 2013 04:35 PM


Politically correct statements are politically acceptable and sanctioned lies. That's what this editorial shows.

Posted by: alan at February 21, 2013 11:32 AM

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