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as posted by persian
israel used a boy aged 13 as a human shield
Way the go Israel. No wonder why these kids rap themselves with explosive and blow up themselves.
The Daily Mail's editorial stance was criticised in February 2005 by London mayor Ken Livingstone after their coverage of comments unwittingly made by him to a Jewish reporter for the Evening Standard, comparing the reporter to a concentration camp guard. Livingstone criticised The Mail for its vilification of asylum seekers and their supposed history of campaigning against immigrants from other backgrounds, including Jews:
"In truth these papers were the leading advocates of anti-Semitism in Britain for half a century. Beginning a hundred years ago with their campaign to stop Jewish refugees fleeing to Britain from Russia they carried on right the way through the rise of Hitler and even after the start of World War II still felt free to peddle the lie that Germany's Jews had brought the holocaust upon themselves. [...] Whilst it is true the Mail group no longer smears Jews as bringing crime and disease to the UK it is only because they have moved on. After a decade of pandering to racism against our citizens of Black and Irish origin they have moved on and now describe asylum seekers and Muslims in similar terms. For the Mail group the victims may change but the intolerance, hatred and fear pervade every issue of the papers."
Being you work for a decent credible paper, you ability to discern between what is reliable or sensationalized is astounding, if not befuddling.
Originally posted by EastCoastKid
And the NeoCon gatekeepers swoop down upon me...
You guys should be more cool about your agendas..
As I said, ANYONE from ANYWHERE who use children for their nefarious purposes should be strung up..
You NeoCon gatekeepers are way too sensitive.. you ever heard the saying if the shoe fits? A more subtle approach might be more advisable. This approach is far too transparent.