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This article by Jonathan Cook gives a clear insight into how the anti Palestinian bias operates, even in purportedly objective newspapers like the Guardian and in the BBC.

 

Towards the end of last year, we sent out two media alerts - Put The Palestinians On A Diet and Too Toxic To Handle? - about the corporate media’s failure to report the release of documents detailing Israel’s deliberate policy of near-starvation for Gaza. “The idea”, explained a senior Israeli official, “is to put the Palestinians on a diet, but not to make them die of hunger.” The human rights group Gisha published explicit Israeli formulas for the amount of food, animal feed and poultry to be allowed into Gaza, and the cold calculation of “breathing space”: the number of days before these essential supplies would run out.

 

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To watch the actions of some proud young Jewish people {ln:nw:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjLm6d2Mzgg&feature=player_embedded 'Click here}
No sooner had Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president, left Beirut last week, than Jeffrey Feltman, the US secretary of state for Near East affairs, arrived in the Lebanese capital. Washington wasted no time in seeking to counter what it views as Iran's growing influence across the Arab world and Ahmadinejad's message of resistance to Israel. But it is precisely that message that has so far foiled the US' relentless efforts to form a regional security pact to isolate and confront Tehran. Washington has failed - and will continue to fail - to convince Arabs that Iran, not Israel, is the real enemy. Read the article at {ln:nw:http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/features/2010/10/20101025795996281.html 'Aljazeera}

Arik Ascherman is sitting inside a fortified and heavily guarded Israeli police compound in the West Bank. With him are two Palestinian farmers he has persuaded to report a theft, and a uniformed officer whom he is educating in the story of Alexander the Great and the Gordian Knot. Read the rest in the {ln:nw:http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/a-rabbi-struggles-to-protect-his-palestinian-flock-2121858.html 'Independent}

Pro-Palestinian activists in more than 100 cars and trucks have crossed into the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip through Egypt's Rafah crossing with aid worth nearly $5m. The multinational "Viva Palestina" ship arrived at Egypt's port city of al-Arish from Lattakia, Syria, earlier on Thursday. About 300 activists then flew into al-Arish airport and converged with the ship's passengers before entering Gaza. The activists had initially joined up in Syria from Turkey, Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, and more than two dozen other countries. Read the rest at {ln:nw:http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2010/10/2010102116204296870.html 'Aljazeera}