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Russia Today talks to Israeli PM spokesman and a contrast to CNN’s coverage

November 16th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Following segment is RT talking to Israeli PM spokesman Alex Selsky as ground invasion seems imminent. In contrast, readers should head over to FAIR.org where Peter Hart criticizes how CNN covers the clash between Palestine and Israel, “Who Started Gaza Conflict? Well, the U.S. Says?” Regardless of your position over this conflict, it is clear RT sides more with Palestine while CNN with Israel. Even if truth is in between, you should be struck how clever propaganda plays out in the mainstream media.


And it looks like a BBC journalist has just lost his 11-month old son inside Gaza. Rocket fires from militants have killed Israelis too. This is maddening and I only wish peace prevails some how. Time to send in U.N. peacekeepers?

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  1. November 17th, 2012 at 01:38 | #1

    Is Alex a demo of the latest in Israeli robotic technology? Very impressive if it is. Sad if he’s actually a real human. But reality says nobody can or will stop them, particularly those who talk the most and loudest about human rights etc. I wonder how it must feel to be a Palestinian . . .

  2. November 18th, 2012 at 07:33 | #2

    The muddying of the waters is always the case when these incidents happen in the conflict. Most in the western press blame it on the Palestinians but a few say they’re in the dark. But when the dust settles it’s almost always the case that it becomes clear that Israel is at fault. This is looking eerily like operation Cast Lead right before the change in US presidency in 2008 and a month before their own election. Now there’s a new US election and an upcoming Israeli one. Operation cast lead is now almost universally recognized as a humanitarian disaster with Israel committing possible crimes against humanity (according to the UN). Israel always lies. It lied about not using white phosphorous and not using human shields and not intentionally targeting civilians which we now know they did resulting in 1000 civilian Gazan deaths and the near total destruction of that small area.

    Here’s a time line of what precipitated the latest attacks. I do not agree with the writer Robert Wright who says he isn’t sure who started this mess. I think the time line speaks for itself.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/11/who-started-the-israel-gaza-conflict/265374/

  3. pug_ster
    November 18th, 2012 at 20:18 | #3

    The sad thing is that over the past 60+ years, Israel has created same this ghetto in Palestine that Nazi Germany has created for the Jews during WWII. It is sad how millions of Palestinians are oppressed by this Zionist state while the ‘freedom loving’ west tolerate it.

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