Thursday, April 26, 2007


Frida Ghitis reports in World Politics Watch on Marvin Kalb's analysis published by Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government of how the media transformed from being an "objective observer to fiery advocate" for Hizbullah [click here]. "Kalb painstakingly details how Hezbollah exercised absolute control over how journalists portrayed its side of the conflict, while Israel became 'victimized by its own openness'."

Readers of THE BLANK PAGES OF THE AGE will already be familiar about the ways in which some of our local media and journalist perform this valuable task for the terror groups arrayed against Israel and its population.


Anonymous said...

How many times does O'Loughlin have to bring up the case of the traitor Bishara, an Arab Israeli MK who visited Nasrallah and the Syrians, without mentioning the word "treason"?

Why does he not let his readers know that while he was hob nobbing with Hezbollah, his constituent Arab voters in Northern Israel were being mown down in large numbers by Bishara's Arab mates?

Anonymous said...

I believe that O'Loughlin is so shitting his pants about Johnston's captors that he's refusing to go to Gaza. That shouldn't get in the way of an O'Loughlin story though.