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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Media Bias - Palestine and Israel


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Rules of the Western Media in dealing with the Middle East - 1
Rule 1: See the Middle East through Israeli eyes.
Rule 2: Treat American and Israeli governmental statements as hard news.
Rule 3: Ignore the historical context.
Rule 4: Avoid the fundamental legal and moral issues posed by the Israeli occupation.
Rule 5: Suppress or minimize news unfavorable to the Israelis.
Rule 6: Muddy the waters when necessary.
Rule 7: Credit all Israeli claims, even if wholly unfounded.
Rule 8: Doubt all Palestinian assertions, no matter how self-evident.
Rule 9: Condemn only Palestinian violence.
Rule 10: Disparage the international consensus supporting Palestinian rights.
– The Media's Middle East Rules of Engagement by Robin Miller, 06 June 2002


Misuse of words and phrases
By the use of words such as "clashes" or "fierce fighting between the Israelis and the Palestinian militants", the corporate media give the impression that there is a parity between the two sides. As the chart on the right shows, this is far from the truth. This explains why the number of Israeli military casualties in the 'clashes' is almost always zero.

For a list of misleading words and phrases see Alternative Media and Criticism of Western media

http://www.doublestandards.org/eufs.html -- Read it .. u neeed to know it ..

When zionis (real ones) not fakies speak .. they will use these terminologies..

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