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Wednesday, August 18 2004

Haaretz on Media Bias

Haaretz has a special section this week for reader feedback on the question of media bias on the conflict. It's sponsored by HonestReporting, so you know it's worth seeing, even though the majority of the respondents have reached the very odd conclusion that the media is biased in favor of Israel.

 

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Three days ago a headline in Ha’aretz read: IDF demolishes house of militant who carried out terror attack near Itamar. Do I have to continue?

How can an Israeli paper after writing such absurdities have the chutzpah to talk of bias on covering Israel. The first thing they have to do is open the pages of Ha’aretz and see what they themselves are capable of. I have lived in eight countries, some totalitarian other democratic. Never have I seen that a mainstream paper of a democracy can so resemble the media of the Soviet Union like Ha’aretz does. What a disgrace!

Historians of the future will surely be puzzled how this mass collective lying about Israel by the vast majority of humankind could have gone on for decades without end, and with no shame. Even more stunning will be to explain how an Israeli paper participated in this mass hypnosis.

Many of the comments in Haaretz are bizarre. "The brave Palestinian nonviolent resistance movement to the Apartheid wall is ignored".

With commentators like this, who can be surprised that their judgement is that the media is biased by being pro Israel?

This movement is not "nonviolent", the barrier is not an "Apartheid wall". In fact, its not even a wall.

Does it even need to be mentioned that the barrier (a fence in over 90% of its length) comes to prevent Palestinian suicide bombers from blowing up Israeli civilians?

The Palestinians on Israel's side of the fence are not going to be kicked out to the Palestinian side. Nor are the Palestinian nationals of Israel (numbering 20% of the population) going to be pushed beyond the fence.

It does not constitute Apartheid any more than it constitutes a wall.

Facts don't seem to matter to these people.

As far as many of them are concerned, if Israel isn't named "The Apartheid Terrorist Zionist Regime" then its proof enough that the media is too pro-Israel.

I read also a comment talking about how when Israel "attacks Palestinian villages" its described as a "targeted killing".

Sadly, the man didn't bother to give examples of those villages and the way they were attacked. I'm left wondering, did Israeli troops simply enter and open fire at anyone walking in the streets? Did tanks roll in, shelling village houses at random? Or perhaps it was done by means of helicopters, randomly firing missiles at village houses?

Who knows, maybe he imagines overhead flights and carpet bombings of villages? One wonders what really is going on in his mind.

Perhaps the best way to respond to these people who love to claim Israel does the same as the Palestinians do, would be to encourage them to imagine what would happen if Israel were indeed to do so.

What would happen if, following a Palestinian bombing of a crowd in a bus or a marketplace, Israel were to randomly fire missiles on a crowded Palestinian street market?

What would happen if Israeli troops drove into town and opened fire, randomly, on anyone walking along a Palestinian street? Killing 10 or 20 civilians.

Would these people, commentating on Haaretz, say "its no big deal. its just like the Palestinians do. nothing new here"?

Suddenly, all these people would begin screaming "state terror"! (And they'd be right...)

Instantly, they'd forget that according to them, there has never been a difference between Palestinian bombings and Israeli actions.

Well, I guess they'd even call it "Genocide".

The one thing they will not do, is say "well, its no worse than what the Palestinians do to Israelis"

If the real goal was security then Israel could have build it inside its borders, there would be the option of making the wall a mile high and a mile thick and making it guarded on both sided by Israeli soldiers and Nuclear mines for all we care. but since its on occupied terretories its illegal according to the International Court of Justice.

Now stop defending and start realising that it is wrong, absurd and just another landgrab scheme

check http://radi.150m.com/ma/0004.htm
and http://radi.150m.com/ma/0005.htm. The wall is illegal and i agree

It's amazing that Ha'aretz haven't noticed the number of "trolls" commenting on this.

>>Now stop defending and start realising that it is wrong, absurd and just another landgrab scheme

http://securityfence.mfa.gov.il/mfm/web/main/document.asp?DocumentID=49693&MissionID=45187

Landgrab? Here is an excerp from
Israeli Press Conference - 23 February 2004 – The Hague
Daniel Taub, Director, General Law Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

We're not trying to establish a border. If anything, it’s the Palestinians, who insist the fence be built on the 1967 line who are trying to do that. We know that the future border between us has to be negotiated. That's what it says in all our agreements, in United Nations resolutions 242 and 338, and in the Road Map. The Palestinians can't have it both ways. They can’t not fight terrorism and insist that we accept their maximalist position on the border negotiations.

To the anonymous person writing "If the real goal was security then Israel could have build it inside its borders, there would be the option of making the wall a mile high and a mile thick..."

Doubtless, you are the of the same specimen who has posted twisted comments here in the recent past. I still recall the rather disgusting mural with its depiction of Ariel Sharon with a black kippa. As I remember, you tried to explain the kippa as being an incidental, as being coincidental. You thus lost any semblance of intellectual integrity. That bizarre placement of a kippa on his head was either meant to smear the kippa (hence, it was racist) or else was meant to further demonize Sharon "look, he even wears a kippa" (hence >>> racist).

As to the security fence. Whereas a comment claimed that it is
a. A wall
b. A form of apartheid.
c. Those protesting it are doing so nonviolently.
d. Their protests are ignored by the media.

I noted that
a. It is a fence(!), not a wall. (in over 90% of its length).
b. It comes to prevent Palestinians from bombing Israelis. That Palestinians on the Israeli side of the fence are not about to be kicked out. That the 20% of the Israeli population who are Palestinian Arabs will also remain on Israel's side of the fence. Thus any claim of "Apartheid" is plainly ridiculous.
c. Those people "protesting" the fence are often quite violent.
d. Their "protests" are given extensive media coverage and are not ignored.

You ask why the fence wasn't built along the 67 lines. There are several answers to that, however, please note that if the fence is to be termed as constituting "Apartheid" (not to mention being called "a wall") then having it stand along the 67 line wouldn't make a difference. Your very suggestion that "Israel could have build it inside its borders... a mile high and a mile thick...and Nuclear mines for all we care" shows you yourself are vagually aware the "Apartheid" name calling is purely a smear campaign.


You say "If the real goal was security then Israel could have build it inside its borders".

This is an odd sentence, since constructing it within the 67' lines (or, along Israel's borders, if you don't mind the fact these include east Jerusalem) would only provide security for the Israeli population within the fence while leaving the Israeli population living beyond the fence at an even greater risk of being blown up than they are in today.

In effect, it is the equivalent of leaving them outside a shelter from attack.

Now, whle you might hold that blowing up Israeli civilians is just fine, you'd need to be completely crazy if you really imagine that Israelis could take that view!

Its all very well for some people to say "well, if they really don't like being blown up then they can always move out". This does not change the fact that while they are there, the Israeli government will do what it can to provide security to all its citizens.

Preach it, Alvin! You let those hynotised, media zombified, abscented minded, incapable of independant thought, sheep minded individuals how it really goes down in J-town. werrrrd.

On the subject of Haaretz, may I ask what makes Haaretz different from other media outlets? Reading Haaretz on a daily basis, I see no discernable difference between the coverage and terms used within Haaretz, and the coverage and terms used by other left-leaning newspapers overseas. I know that this website's readerbase would generally consider themselves "on the right". So why does no-one here cry foul at the generally liberal editorial policy and the less-than-pro-Israel features on the occupation from Mr. Gideon Levy and Ms. Amira Hass? HonestReporting a couple of weeks ago went as far as to give Haaretz its full endorsement! How do these journalists differ from outsiders? Answers, please!


According to a report I saw on the reports from Arutz Sheva reprinted on the French Jewish site http//www.col.fr, Shulamit Aloni contributed a vile article to Yediot Aharonot, which printed it despite her blaming the 1929 Hebron massacre largely on Jewish extremists - the "provocative" blowing of a Shofar, etc.

Some American Jews showed their displeasure with certain articles in the LA Times, New York Times by temporary cancellation of subscriptions - usually not longer than a week.

What about the same course of action for some Israeli papers?

According to a report I saw on the reports from Arutz Sheva reprinted on the French Jewish site http//www.col.fr, Shulamit Aloni contributed a vile article to Yediot Aharonot, which printed it despite her blaming the 1929 Hebron massacre largely on Jewish extremists - the "provocative" blowing of a Shofar, etc.

Some American Jews showed their displeasure with certain articles in the LA Times, New York Times by temporary cancellation of subscriptions - usually not longer than a week.

What about the same course of action for some Israeli papers?


According to a report I saw among those, from Arutz Sheva, reprinted on the French Jewish site http//www.col.fr, Shulamit Aloni contributed a vile article to Yediot Aharonot, which printed it despite her blaming the 1929 Hebron massacre largely on Jewish extremists - the "provocative" blowing of a Shofar, etc.

Some American Jews showed their displeasure with certain articles in the LA Times, New York Times,etc,by temporary cancellation of subscriptions - usually not longer than a week.

What about the same course of action for some Israeli papers?


Here is the article in full- in English translation.

Shulamit Aloni: An Invitation To Hebron
Thursday, 19 August 2004, 11:35 am
Opinion: Translation by Sol Salbe

[Shulamit Aloni's latest column is up to her usual standard. This time she deals with little known historical issues. Sol Salbe]

AN INVITATION TO HEBRON

A few questions arising from an invitation to a "State" memorial service that the Jewish settlement in Hebron is conducting for the victims of the 1929 Arab riots.
By Shulamit Aloni
[Translated by Sol Salbe from Ynet - the website associated with Yediot Acharonot (14 August 2004)]
From: http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-2963280,00.html
Once again we are confronted by a vile, sophisticated provocation. This time it's in the guise of a state-sponsored occasion that makes use of the state's coat of arms and the misery of the Jewish people as the perennial victim.

As far as I know, Hebron falls outside the jurisdiction of the state of Israel. It is still classified as occupied territory. This is the case despite the existence of the Jewish settlement that has established itself there. The first settlers were individuals who infiltrated by stealth. The efforts of the Beit Hadassah women entrenched the settlement. Later still the settlement received the stamp of approval of ministers like Ariel Sharon, Yuval Ne'eman and Moshe Arens. The rest of the story is common knowledge. The settlement may be authorised, but no one who is not a member or a friend of Gush Emunim can reach it without a permit of the GOC Central Command. (The separation of people into the categories of authorised and unauthorised is outlined in the GOC's written order.)

Nevertheless, I, like others entitled to invitations to state occasions, have received an invitation replete with the state's coat of arms A colourful memorial candle indicates its importance. In large black print on black background it states:

"We are honoured to invite you to a state memorial service to the 67 victims of the 1929 massacre on the occasion of 75th anniversary of their murder. The service will be held in the presence of the Knesset Speaker, Reuven (Rubi) Rivlin and with participation of rabbis, other notables and family members. Dr Avshalom Koor will preside over the proceedings. The service will be held on Thursday 10 Elul 5764 at 5.00pm at the old Jewish cemetery in Hebron. For details and transport arrangements, contact the Jewish settlement in Hebron."

An invitation carrying the coat of arms to a "state" occasion raises the question of legality. Did a ministerial committee really take the decision to authorise this state "celebration" somewhere outside the state's jurisdiction? Was it the GOC who approved the event even though it is beyond his powers to organise a state occasion? Did the ministers, the GOC and the Knesset Speaker decide to have an additional memorial day to commemorate our misery and to cement the Jews' status as perennial victims?

The local residents have been victims of the settlers' abuse and violence since the beginning of the occupation. Was it all done to escalate the tension and increase the hatred between these two groups? Is it the idea to place a whole city under curfew so that the "enlightened" occupier can reiterate its historical rights and demonstrate its might?

There are many who are unaware that the 1929 riots were sparked, like the Al Aqsa Intifada, by the actions of a gang of right-wing extremists that called itself Brit Habirionim, named after the Roman era Birionim (Religious extremists who terrorised both the Roman occupiers and moderate Jews) [In ancient Hebrew it means the Alliance of the Strong. Aloni is making use of modern parlance - the Thugs Alliance - translator]. The Birionim broke into the Western Wall area in the days leading to Yom Kippur and blew the shofar [ram's horn]. Word then got around that the Jews want to get to the Temple Mount and destroy the Al Aqsa mosque. That's the way the riots and massacres started.

It was a horrifying act of murder with many more wounded among the Jews of Hebron, who up to that point felt secure in their environment. Some were saved by their neighbours, others escaped. That was the end of the Jewish community in Hebron till the Levingers and the Beit Hadassah women arrived by courtesy of the IDF's guns.

Seventy-five years have passed since that pogrom. Many events have taken place. Some were carried out by the fanatical right-wing Birionim and their descendants. On 9 April 1948 there was that terrible massacre in Deir Yassin. A whole population was liquidated: men, women and children and all their animals. The village was wiped off the map. A mental health complex was built in its place.

The ruins of Deir Yassin are inside the jurisdiction of the state of Israel. I have not heard of a state service or a reflection and discussion day for that traumatic event. Maybe there's room for some introspection here This is something that can be done without placing a whole city under curfew or making the local residents suffer even more.

Don't get me wrong -- I am not suggesting that we should follow down this track. What I'm saying is that it is about time we stopped letting thuggery and fundamentalism rule our lives. It's about time that provocations that increase hatred were stopped. Such provocations raise tensions and foster terrorism by the persecuted and oppressed, but they also foster terrorism by the army, a terrorism which embodies the spirit of arrogant thugs who are doing everything to inflame hatred and foster ethnic cleansing. These people undermine that little bit of humanity that still exists among us.

As for the state service in Hebron - the attorney-general ought to examine its legality.

[The independent Middle East News Service concentrates on providing alternative information chiefly from Israeli sources. It is generously sponsored by the Australian Jewish Democratic Society. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the AJDS. These are expressed in its own statements]


Shulamit Aloni: An Invitation To Hebron
Thursday, 19 August 2004, 11:35 am
Opinion: Translation by Sol Salbe

[Shulamit Aloni's latest column is up to her usual standard. This time she deals with little known historical issues. Sol Salbe]

AN INVITATION TO HEBRON

A few questions arising from an invitation to a "State" memorial service that the Jewish settlement in Hebron is conducting for the victims of the 1929 Arab riots.
By Shulamit Aloni
[Translated by Sol Salbe from Ynet - the website associated with Yediot Acharonot (14 August 2004)]
From: http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-2963280,00.html
Once again we are confronted by a vile, sophisticated provocation. This time it's in the guise of a state-sponsored occasion that makes use of the state's coat of arms and the misery of the Jewish people as the perennial victim.

As far as I know, Hebron falls outside the jurisdiction of the state of Israel. It is still classified as occupied territory. This is the case despite the existence of the Jewish settlement that has established itself there. The first settlers were individuals who infiltrated by stealth. The efforts of the Beit Hadassah women entrenched the settlement. Later still the settlement received the stamp of approval of ministers like Ariel Sharon, Yuval Ne'eman and Moshe Arens. The rest of the story is common knowledge. The settlement may be authorised, but no one who is not a member or a friend of Gush Emunim can reach it without a permit of the GOC Central Command. (The separation of people into the categories of authorised and unauthorised is outlined in the GOC's written order.)

Nevertheless, I, like others entitled to invitations to state occasions, have received an invitation replete with the state's coat of arms A colourful memorial candle indicates its importance. In large black print on black background it states:

"We are honoured to invite you to a state memorial service to the 67 victims of the 1929 massacre on the occasion of 75th anniversary of their murder. The service will be held in the presence of the Knesset Speaker, Reuven (Rubi) Rivlin and with participation of rabbis, other notables and family members. Dr Avshalom Koor will preside over the proceedings. The service will be held on Thursday 10 Elul 5764 at 5.00pm at the old Jewish cemetery in Hebron. For details and transport arrangements, contact the Jewish settlement in Hebron."

An invitation carrying the coat of arms to a "state" occasion raises the question of legality. Did a ministerial committee really take the decision to authorise this state "celebration" somewhere outside the state's jurisdiction? Was it the GOC who approved the event even though it is beyond his powers to organise a state occasion? Did the ministers, the GOC and the Knesset Speaker decide to have an additional memorial day to commemorate our misery and to cement the Jews' status as perennial victims?

The local residents have been victims of the settlers' abuse and violence since the beginning of the occupation. Was it all done to escalate the tension and increase the hatred between these two groups? Is it the idea to place a whole city under curfew so that the "enlightened" occupier can reiterate its historical rights and demonstrate its might?

There are many who are unaware that the 1929 riots were sparked, like the Al Aqsa Intifada, by the actions of a gang of right-wing extremists that called itself Brit Habirionim, named after the Roman era Birionim (Religious extremists who terrorised both the Roman occupiers and moderate Jews) [In ancient Hebrew it means the Alliance of the Strong. Aloni is making use of modern parlance - the Thugs Alliance - translator]. The Birionim broke into the Western Wall area in the days leading to Yom Kippur and blew the shofar [ram's horn]. Word then got around that the Jews want to get to the Temple Mount and destroy the Al Aqsa mosque. That's the way the riots and massacres started.

It was a horrifying act of murder with many more wounded among the Jews of Hebron, who up to that point felt secure in their environment. Some were saved by their neighbours, others escaped. That was the end of the Jewish community in Hebron till the Levingers and the Beit Hadassah women arrived by courtesy of the IDF's guns.

Seventy-five years have passed since that pogrom. Many events have taken place. Some were carried out by the fanatical right-wing Birionim and their descendants. On 9 April 1948 there was that terrible massacre in Deir Yassin. A whole population was liquidated: men, women and children and all their animals. The village was wiped off the map. A mental health complex was built in its place.

The ruins of Deir Yassin are inside the jurisdiction of the state of Israel. I have not heard of a state service or a reflection and discussion day for that traumatic event. Maybe there's room for some introspection here This is something that can be done without placing a whole city under curfew or making the local residents suffer even more.

Don't get me wrong -- I am not suggesting that we should follow down this track. What I'm saying is that it is about time we stopped letting thuggery and fundamentalism rule our lives. It's about time that provocations that increase hatred were stopped. Such provocations raise tensions and foster terrorism by the persecuted and oppressed, but they also foster terrorism by the army, a terrorism which embodies the spirit of arrogant thugs who are doing everything to inflame hatred and foster ethnic cleansing. These people undermine that little bit of humanity that still exists among us.

As for the state service in Hebron - the attorney-general ought to examine its legality.

[The independent Middle East News Service concentrates on providing alternative information chiefly from Israeli sources. It is generously sponsored by the Australian Jewish Democratic Society. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the AJDS. These are expressed in its own statements]


Ha-aretz has also published articles which are beyond the pale.

MURDER OF A POPULATION UNDER COVER OF RIGHTEOUSNESS

Shulamit Aloni

From Ha’aretz, March 6, 2003 via Jewish Peace News. The original article in Hebrew can be found at www.haaretz.co.il/hasite/pages/ShArtPE.jhtml?itemNo=269703
The original Translation put forth here is by Zvi Havkin.


”We do not have gas chambers and crematoria, but there is no one fixed method for genocide.”

Dr. Ya'akov Lazovik writes ("Academic Genocide", "Ha'Aretz", 4 March) that in the State of Israel it is impossible that the regime and the nation will plan and commit a genocide. It is difficult to determine if this is naivity or self-righteousness. As we know, there is no single fixed method for murder and not even for genocide. The author Y. L. Peretz wrote about "the righteous cat" who does not spill blood, but only suffocates.

The government of Israel, using the military and its instruments of destruction, is not only spilling blood, but it is also suffocating. What other name can be given to the dropping of a one-ton bomb over a dense urban area, when the justification uttered is that we wanted to murder a dangerous terrorist and his wife? The rest of the citizens who were killed and
injured, among whom are children and women, do not count, of course.

How is it possible to explain the expulsion of citizens from their homes at three o'clock in the morning on a rainy night, then depositing bombs in the house and then departing without warning? When those expelled returned to their home, the bombs
were exploded and a brutal murder and destruction of property was thus committed. And what is the justification for what happened in Jenin? We did not destroy the whole neighbourhood, just 85 houses; it was not slaughter, we killed only 50-some citizens. How many does one need to murder and destroy for it to be a crime? - A crime against humanity, as determined by the Laws of the State of Israel, not only the laws of Belgium.

And more: A curfew and closure of an entire city so that a few celebrants from the racist bunch in Hebron could walk to the Cave of the Fathers, and tanks destroying fruit and vegetable stands, and bulldozers that destroy houses, and Generals who, in their arrogant hubris, are willing to destroy a whole neighbourhood for the convenience of a group of settler hooligans. Curfew, closure, brutality, murder, destruction of homes of suspects, while we keep parroting the incantation that a person
is innocent until proven otherwise (as in the case of our Prime Minister and his sons).

The order that Ariel Sharon gave to the soldiers who went to wreak revenge in Qibiah: "Maximize losses in life and property", has not been forgotten. Today Sharon, Mofaz and Yaalon, the three Generals who manage the policy of this government, behave like that self-righteous cat - suffocating all the time. Curfew and another curfew, arrests and more arrests, destruction of roads, brutality to the residents at road stops. Benny Alon, (a minister in the present
government), already said: "make their life so bitter that they will transfer themselves willingly".

This is done on a daily basis, in addition to the destruction. The Chief of Staff, Yaalon, already announced that he is "destroying for re-building". One can understand from his moves that the "building" is building of more and more settlements. So that they will not be obliged, as military rulers, to take care of the residents' well-being, the army uses
sorties, followed by retreats. They enter a village, they kill, they destroy and they arrest, and then they retreat. Those who remain on the ashes and the ruins will take care of themselves.

Many of our children are being indoctrinated, in religious schools, that the Arabs are Amalek, and the bible teaches us that Amalek must be destroyed. There was already a rabbi (Israel Hess) who wrote in the newspaper of Bar Ilan University that we all must commit genocide, and that is because his research showed that the Palestinians are Amalek.

The nation is not planning to commit genocide; the nation really does not want to know what's happening in the territories. The nation is following orders given by the legitimate representatives of the regime. After the legitimate Prime Minister who wanted to bring peace was murdered, the hand is loose on the trigger, greed is paramount, and there is always some
reason to brutalise all of the residents of a city that number tens, if not hundreds of thousands, because there are always people there who are on the "wanted" list. It is sufficient that one person is wanted to bomb and kill, by mistake, of course, also women, children, workers and other humans - if indeed we still count them as humans.

Of course with our self-righteousness, with our self-adoration in our "Jewish ethics" we make sure to advertise how beautifully the doctors take care of Palestinian victims in the hospitals. We do not advertise how many of those are executed in cold blood in their own homes.

So it's not yet genocide of the terrible and unique style of which we were past victims. And as one of the smart Generals told me, we do not have crematoria and gas chambers. Is anything less than that consistent with Jewish ethics? Did he ever hear how an entire people said that it did not know what was done in its name?

*(The author was a Member of the Knesset from the Meretz Party and and a government minister)

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