NY Times accused of anti-Israel bias in coverage of Mideast violence
Samuel Chamberlain | Fox News | Wednesday, May 16, 2018 -- 3:41 PM EDT
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Israel releases flyers telling people not bring their children to the demonstrations at the border on the day of the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem, still they were brought to the violent demosntrations led by plain clothed Hamas militants storming the border with explosives and the media reaction is sickening.

Editors Note:

Hamas is a terrorist organization which is funded by the Iranian regime that is one of the most prolific exporters of Jihad terror around the globe.

Hamas is also linked to the Council for American Islamic Relations which has had a major role under the Obama administration in shaping how law enforcement deals with the Terrorist threat of Jihad.

Hamas, the ruling 'Party' of the Gaza Strip, encouraged its people to storm the border amidst an all out assault.

Just recently President Trump removed funding of the White Helmets in Syria, which was essentially a Jihadist propaganda program carried out under the Obama administration.

This development likely comes following reports that the White Helmets have been the propaganda arm for jihadists like Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Syria, which the press labeled 'rebels' and the media industry gave awards to for their propaganda films.

Following the violent assault at the border, a film was released showing the 'victims of Israel's brutality slaying the innocent protesters.' The reality: it was staged. They were all alive under the sheets and it was another white helmets production to feed to western Jihad propaganda outlets.

In addition to this, Hamas had admitted that 50 of the some 60 who were killed during the violent assault on Israel's border with Improvised explosive devices, molotov cocktails, and burning tires were all Hamas militants, yet the way the media has covered the reality of what took place on the US Embassy's opening day was beyond distasteful.

The New York Daily lead with a headline calling Ivanka Trump a 'Ghoul' because she was captured in a photo smiling at the time of the invasion assualt while at the opening ceremony.

The media is working hard at topping the most egregious display of propaganda after the infamous Sarin backpack sniffing in Syria on CNN.

After parading a dead baby out for the the bleeding hearts to make irrational, rash, impulsive decisions that have nothing to do with the issue at hand, well it turns out that the baby's death ironically had a lot to do with what is the actual problem plaguing the Gaza strip: Hamas.

The baby died from a preexisting heart condition, and the father could not afford the medication because he is unemployed after getting caught smuggling arms and supplies into Gaza from Egypt.

The man cared so much for his sick child that he decided to bring him to what was a planned violent assault on Israel.

The annual Fake News Awards are just around the corner. Who knows, if hollywood can have the Oscars and the Emmys, maybe there should be two Fake News Awards to honor the achievements of Dictator Shills and commies on the hill.

***Article First Published by Fox News on May 15, 2018***

Critics on social media accused The New York Times of anti-Israel bias in the newspaper's reporting on riots in the Gaza Strip that left dozens of Palestinians dead Monday.

At the height of the violence, the headline on the Times' website read: "Israel Kills 58 and Injures Over 1,300 by Gunfire at Gaza Border." As of Monday evening, the slightly edited headline read: "Israeli Soldiers Kill Scores at Gaza Border; Thousands Hurt."

A subhead described "[a] mass attempt by Palestinians to cross the border fence" that "quickly turned violent, as Israeli soldiers responded with rifle fire."

An Israeli military spokesman said protesters carried out "concerted, coordinated" attacks on the border fence separating Gaza from Israel, causing "significant damage."

Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus also told The Associated Press that Hamas militants disguised as protesters tried to infiltrate, and there were at least three instances of armed Hamas gunmen trying to carry out attacks. The Times did not mention those claims until the 42nd paragraph of its main story Monday night.

Some Twitter users accused the Times of ignoring the Hamas angle. One user tweeted that "Hamas organized and sacrificed these poor people. They are pawns who the Palestinians [sic] powers give less than a damn about."

Israel Kills Dozens at Gaza Border as U.S. Embassy Opens in Jerusalem - The New York Times. Really NYT??? Hamas organized and sacrificed these poor people. They are pawns who the Palestinians powers give less than a damn about. https://t.co/OMjeIwekU4 — Freddie Louden (@FreddieCL) May 14, 2018

Another user called the paper's coverage "anti-semitic" and "skewed." Anti-Semitic @nytimes at its worst.

Look at this title. Terrorists storm the border, but this is their skewed article.

“Israel Kills Dozens at Gaza Border as U.S. Embassy Opens in Jerusalem” - The New York Times https://t.co/aArIZfkp1V — Natasja Yonce (@NatasjaYonce) May 14, 2018

The Times' coverage of Middle Eastern affairs has long been a point of contention. Earlier this month, the pro-Israel watchdog group Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) put up a large billboard outside the paper's Manhattan headquarters accusing it of "[d]efaming Israel with distorted 'news.'"

An anti-semitic article from @nytimes! — Janet Harvey (@JanetHarvey_) May 15, 2018

The organization went as far as to create a "Times-line" of what it called the newspaper's "stumbles" in its coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

"The New York Times can and should provide excellent journalism, but unfortunately its coverage of Israel right now is often marred by errors, bias, and significant omissions," CAMERA senior research analyst Gilead Ini told Fox News at the time. "In the recent Gaza violence driven by Hamas, to mention just one instance, the Times termed the barrages of fire bombs, rocks and attempts to tear down the border fence an 'experiment with nonviolent protest.'"

Representatives for The Times did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Fox News' Brian Flood and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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