Sunday, February 24, 2008

Have we missed something?

Since the death of terror chief Imad Mughnieh, killed in Damascus by a car bombing blamed on Israel by the usual suspects the world has seen some very warlike and threatening posturing directed at the Jewish State by the leadership of Hizbullah and of Iran. At the same time, the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed that Iran continues "to enrich uranium in defiance of repeated UN Security Council resolutions demanding that it suspend the uranium centrifuge program, which could produce both civilian nuclear fuel and the material for a nuclear bomb."

One would think that this would be big news fitting for inclusion in a newspaper which regards itself highly and whose Jerusalem Bureau Chief thinks he is "a reliable source" for news from the patch of the earth that he's supposed to be covering.

But no, there's not a single word about a despicable regime that announces "that Hizbullah's might is increasing with every passing day, and that in the near future, we will witness the disappearance of this cancerous growth called Israel."

So where's the Jerusalem Bureau Chief?

Perhaps somewhere else on "another assignment" in the place where he can usually be found when there's news to be written about Israel's enemies that might show them in a bad light?

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