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    • Timothy L
    • 15.01.06 | 14:49 (IST)

    The sad fact, ES, is that it is refusal of US editors, to allow publication of West Bank realities, not absence of reporters. No reporter's story see print without its content being "approved" by an editor. Just one example - the NYT reporter in Jerusalem wrote about a particularly vicious attack by the IDF in Gaza. This article was printed unvarnished in the IHT - owned by the Times. However, in the NYT itself, the editor for Near East reporting found the article as published in the IHT too "realistic" and re-wrote the story so as to not portray the details of IDF violence. When you read side-by-side the 2 editions of the same reporter's article (both under his by-line), as I did, you see in stark terms it is the editors who are doing the US media cover-up to keep Americans in the dark about Zionist violence.

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    First published 00:00 15.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.01.06
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