one thing that makes me doubt the west's take on syria's incident is the fact that they dont refute or even mention other media that shows - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 28.10.12 | 16:44 (IST)

    the other side. from one side i see both sides, and on western media i see the 1 saudi/qatari/american/turkish side. and sorry neither of the 4 adds any credibility when it comes to freedom. 1 side talks about a ceasefire. the other talks about toppling assad. having personally talked to many many many syrians. the syrian refugees we see on tv come from rebel occupied cities. while cities under the control of assad, still have their population living normal lives with exception of fear of rebel bombings. i wonder why haaretz never mentioned any of this. im sure your authors have bosses to answer to, and these bosses have bosses to answer to. i choose to read a whole spectrum of sources before forming an opinion. and my opinion is that haaretz fell short on this issue and jumped on the bandwagon.

    from the article: A new weapon in Syria's revolt: Black humor and venomous slogans against Assad
    First published 03:28 28.10.12 | Last updated 03:28 28.10.12
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