May 21, 2007, - 12:55 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday, Israel struck back at HAMAS terrorists who are repeatedly shelling Israeli homes, businesses, schools, streets, and people with deadly rockets. The whole Israeli city of Sderot was evacuated because of the deadly HAMAS rockets.
8 terrorists and their family members–ie., future terrorists, terrorists in training (the boys), and past, present, and future terrorist-baby-making machines (the girls and women) died in the Israeli strikes on HAMAS. The hit was on the home of HAMAS “lawmaker” and terrorist Khalil Al-Haya.
So, here’s a check of the papers I read, this morning. As we all know, many people just read the headlines and move on. They don’t bother to read the articles and blurbs.
Headline from The Detroit Newsistan:
Israeli Missile Kills 8 in Gaza Home
(No mention of HAMAS and that the “Home” and the “8 in Gaza” are HAMAS terrorists in the headline and you don’t find these facts out until the middle of the article.)
Headline from the Islamist-occupied Detroit Free Press:
Israeli Missile Hits Politician’s Home
(Again, must read the article to discover the “Politician” is a HAMAS terrorist.)
And finally, the only intellectually honest headline of the day on this story, from USA Today:
8 Die in Israeli Strike on Hamas Target in Gaza
Even this one could have indicated that the strike was in retaliation for terrorists targeting an entire city full of innocent civilians. But its clearly far more truthful than the others.
You can tell a lot about a newspaper’s agenda by the headlines its news editors choose to put over news articles few actually reads. The Detroit Newsistan and the Detroit Free Press news editors have an agenda. And it’s to portray Israel in the worst light possible.
And that’s the prism through which you must read all of their headlines, articles, and blurbs. Or, better yet, don’t read them at all.
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