RedSteeze and Others DROP NYT Claiming ‘It’s Impossible to Know What to Believe in This Hideous War’

Published October 22, 2023
Michelle Goldberg of The New York Times told each and every mouth-breather pushing the ‘both sides’ argument when it comes to Israel and Gaza to hold her beer with this doozy of a headline and piece.

Michelle Goldberg of The New York Times told each and every mouth-breather pushing the ‘both sides’ argument when it comes to Israel and Gaza to hold her beer with this doozy of a headline and piece.

RedSteeze said it far better:


Not hard at all.

And oddly enough, it seemed pretty simple to lots and lots of people on Twitter as well. Huh.

This paper also just re-hired a Hitler fanboy.



RELATED: NYT rehires Hitler-praising Soliman Hijjy to cover Israel-Hamas war

Palestinian filmmaker Soliman Hijjy is freelancing for the New York Times again — recent bylines at the news giant revealed — one year after the journalist came under fire for eulogizing Hitler.
Published October 20, 2023

A New York Times reporter who came under fire last year for a praising Adolf Hitler in multiple resurfaced Facebook posts was rehired by the Gray Lady to cover the Israel-Palestine war.

Palestinian filmmaker Soliman Hijjy hailed the Nazi leader as recently as 2018 in a post on Facebook, when he shared a photo of himself captioned that he was “in a state of harmony as Hitler was during the Holocaust,” per a translation from Arabic by pro-Israel media watchdog site HonestReporting.

That same year, Hijjy was hired by the Times as a freelance journalist and worked on a slew of “visual investigations” published by the organization through 2021, including one on an Israeli airstrike that killed 44 people.

Hijjy’s 2018 post — including a 2012 Facebook post where he wrote, “How great you are, Hitler” in Arabic alongside a photoshopped image of Hitler seemingly taking a selfie — were unearthed last year, when pro-Israel outlets called out the Times for hiring antisemitic journalists as freelancers.

At the time, Hijjy didn’t appear to be working for the Times anymore, and had since taken down his controversial pro-Hitler posts.



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Published October 21, 2023



RELATED: Six BBC Reporters Taken Off Air for Liking, Posting Pro-Palestine Tweets

“As Palestinians lose their lives, Western media loses the last shreds of its credibility,” one observer said.

The entrance to Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, is pictured in London on October 1, 2023.HESTHER NG / SOPA IMAGES / LIGHTROCKET VIA GETTY IMAGES
Published October 20, 2023

BBC News Arabic has taken six of their own reporters off air for liking or publishing pro-Palestine posts on social media.

“As Palestinians lose their lives, Western media loses the last shreds of its credibility,” independent journalist Alan MacLeod said on social media in response to the news.

The suspension of these BBC journalists follows the removal of three Muslim anchors from the airwaves by MSNBC, an order by Axel Springer that its staff downplay Palestinian deaths in news coverage, and the Israeli military’s targeting and killing of Palestinian journalists.

“There is a very absurd media push for really dismissing and invisibilizing any Palestinian sympathy,” Ahlam Muhtaseb, a professor of media studies at California State University, San Bernardino, told The Intercept. “The one-sided Israeli victimhood narrative demands buy-in from media institutions and the U.S. government itself.”



RELATED: Wait, That’s How The Washington Post Described the Kidnappings by Hamas?

Published October 20, 2023

The liberal media never ceases to amaze me with their many ways of avoiding the appropriate language regarding radical Islamic terrorism. It’s a transparent and embarrassing game where these outlets twist, dive, dip, duck, and dodge regarding accurate reporting on Hamas’ terror attack on October 7. Because of the liberal media’s anti-Israel bias, they will sanitize Hamas’ crimes, making it seem like a police arrest of a mob boss or additional screening at a TSA security checkpoint at an airport.

On that horrific day, over 1,000 Hamas terrorists stormed the Gaza border and began an hours-long campaign of torture, rape, murder, and kidnapping. At least 200 Israelis were taken hostage, though The Washington Post opted to say that these people were “detained.” The sad part is that this was part of a story about how Israeli families are trying to find proof of life regarding their loved ones who were taken (via WaPo):

At 8:30 a.m. on Oct. 7, Hadas Kalderon received the last message from her son. 

“Mom, be quiet, don’t move,” Erez, 12, texted. Hamas militants had stormed his father’s house, in their southern Israeli kibbutz of Nir Oz, where he and his 16-year-old sister, Sahar, had spent the night. 

Erez and his sister had jumped out the window and were hiding in the bushes. But he was thinking of his mother, just down the road, trying to protect her. Gunmen were rampaging through their tiny pastoral community, shooting entire families, some at point-blank range, as they clung to each other in beds and safe rooms. 

“I love you forever. I hope you survive,” she texted back. There was no reply. 


When Israeli forces finally arrived in the late afternoon, the Kalderon family emerged from hiding, and Hadas’s older daughter found an 18-second video circulating on social media. It showed Erez in a black T-shirt, being gripped by both arms and led into captivity. The militants referred to Erez and another group of children who do not appear in the shot as “child settlers.” 

Kalderon has replaced eating and sleeping with chain-smoking. Her voice is raw from overuse. She is in a “living hell,” she said, having told her children for years not to be afraid. Now, “the nightmare has come true.” 



RELATED: Washington Post stealth edits caption describing Israeli woman’s children as being ‘detained’ by Hamas

According to IDF there were still 203 hostages in Gaza as of Thursday

Relatives of missing Israelis lift portraits of their loved ones in front of the Western Wall while attending a day of prayer in the Old City of Jerusalem on October 19, 2023, for the safe return of hostages taken by Palestinian fighters after they breached the fortified Gaza border with Israel on October 7.  (YURI CORTEZ/AFP via Getty Images)
Published October 20, 2023

The Washington Post stealth edited the caption of a photo Thursday that initially described Israeli children as having been “detained” by Hamas terrorists. The caption was subsequently changed to say they were “taken hostage.”

The terror group Hamas attacked Israel on October 7, with hundreds of terrorists pouring into the country, killing over 1,200 Israelis and kidnapping many others. The Israeli military said Thursday there are still 203 hostages in Gaza.

The Post published a piece Thursday about the families of hostages, but it was the caption of a photo of a mother saying, “Two of her children have been detained by Hamas,” that drew the most attention.

The Post was called out for the mild language in a series of viral social media posts.

Published October 21, 2023


RELATED: The Hospital Blast Was Not Consistent With an Israeli Airstrike (plus new estimates of the death toll)

Published October 19, 2023

More information and assessments of the Gaza hospital explosion continue to come in. The latest report from the BBC spoke to multiple outside experts. Those who responded agreed the scene of the blast is not consistent with an Israeli airstrike.

We contacted 20 think tanks, universities and companies with weapons expertise. Nine of them are yet to respond, five would not comment, but we spoke to experts at the remaining six…

J Andres Gannon, an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University, in the US, says the ground explosions appeared to be small, meaning that the heat generated from the impact may have been caused by leftover rocket fuel rather than an explosion from a warhead.

Justin Bronk, senior research fellow at the UK-based Royal United Services Institute, agrees. While it is difficult to be sure at such an early stage, he says, the evidence looks like the explosion was caused by a failed rocket section hitting the car park and causing a fuel and propellant fire…

Valeria Scuto, lead Middle East analyst at Sibylline, a risk assessment company, notes that Israel has the capacity to carry out other forms of air strike by drone, where they might use Hellfire missiles. These missiles generate a significant amount of heat but would not necessarily leave a large crater. But she says uncorroborated footage shows a pattern of fires at the hospital site that was not consistent with this explanation.

The BBC also notes that the lack of a large crater at the site has been pointed to by the IDF as a sign this was not an Israeli missile strike. But the BBC notes that some have suggested the lack of a crater might be explained by the use of an “airburst” bomb which explodes just before impact.


The BBC isn’t naming names but that suggestion was included in a UK Channel 4 news report on the hospital which stated that while the site did not match an Israeli missile an airburst munition couldn’t be ruled out. However, the BBC reports today that “the experts we spoke to said the blast scene was not consistent with this.”

Another element of the Palestinian version of events is also getting some much needed scrutiny today, i.e. the claim that 500 people were killed in the attack. CNN just published a story about that which suggests the actual death toll was significantly lower.



RELATED: BBC apologizes for saying pro-Palestine demonstrators were ‘backing’ Hamas

Published October 16, 2023

The BBC issued an apology for the way it characterized demonstrations supporting Palestinians amid the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel.

“Earlier we reported on some of the pro-Palestinian demonstrations at the weekend,” Maryam Moshiri, the chief presenter at BBC News, wrote in a statement posted on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

“We spoke about ‘several demonstrations across Britain during which people voiced their backing for Hamas.’ We accept this was poorly phrased and was a misleading description of the demonstrations.”

The apology was also read on the BBC’s air live Tuesday.





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