Why Wasn’t Hamas Invited?

Robert J. Avrech writes:

There’s been a certain amount of carefully orchestrated controversy swirling round the NBNFIJBC.

Backstory: A notorious apologist for Muslim terror whispered to Haaretz—duh—that the conference was made up of right wing religious nuts.

Some Haaretz hack—redundancy, I know—published an article, half of which were lies and the other half not true. To gauge the radical leftist slant of the article, get this: the Haaretz author ID’d Treppenwitz as a resident of “Efrat, in the West Bank.” However, the Haaretz piece nowhere mentions the cities where other bloggers reside.

Subtext: Treppenwitz is an evil settler, therefore nothing he says can be trusted.

A not so clever blood libel.

Haaretz writer will say:

I stand by my piece.

Or:

I’ll let my readers decide.

The playbook of intellectual collapse and dishonesty.

There is no such thing as journalistic objectivity. A writer/journalist/whatever stakes out specific ideological territory as soon as he chooses his subject matter. All the rest are details to support the writer’s political world-view.

The Haaretz piece does not qualify as journalism. It’s a disgrace, a wretched hack job written by a tool of the Israeli left, apologists for Arab terror. The writer should be fired so he can gain employment with Hamas or the PA, pumping out anti-Jewish propaganda, his true calling.

Treppenwitz details the entire gruesome drama here.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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