I do believe that Arabs who work for the New York Times should be ashamed of themselves–especially those who serve in the foreign bureaus as servants of the master Zionist who heads the office. The story of Taghreed El-Khodary is known by now: she resigned when it was too late. She was assigned by her boss, Ethan Bronner (who has sent his son to the Israeli terrorist Army) to search for Palestinians willing to criticize Hamas and to report on the plight of Israeli collaborators throughout the Israeli war on Gaza. Look at this piece of propaganda here: the two Arab servants of Zionist bosses were assigned to go and find appropriate quotations in clearly edited interviews with Palestinian individuals (notice that their cited words contain no criticisms of Israel whatsoever).
For Arabs to work for the New York Times (the semi-official mouthpiece of international Zionism and a newspaper with a clear and solid record of racism against Arabs and bigotry against Muslims) is like Jews working for Der Angriff. I stand by this analogy. The funny thing about this piece is that yesterday the New York Times devoted a piece to cover the Israeli propaganda claims about their own shooting of civilians. That was not enough. So they decided to devote a second piece to highlight Israeli propaganda claims. Notice that not one word has been written about the victims: not one word. Not one picture of a funeral. You wonder why I detest the New York Times so much?
Israel Disputes Toll of Border Clashes, Saying Syria Has an Ulterior Motive
Israeli soldiers patrolled the Golan Heights on Monday along the border with Syria, where clashes with protesters occurred.