It’s not only the New York Times that deems what is fit to print, HaAretz in Israel seems to be doing the same as of late.
Gideon Levy wrote a piece about the Gunter Grass controversy, it was published in Hebrew and English, then suddenly disappeared from the English pages… It was rescued, so to speak, by the folks over at Jews Sans Frontieres…
New York Times ad accuses BDS movement, college professors of inciting murder of Jewish children
Ehud Olmert, the former prime minister of Israel, plunged on Sunday into the country’s growing debate over Iran policy with harsh criticism of his successor, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu is trying to dismiss Israeli government officials who question the war on Iran by claiming they are just “resentful” of his power and glory. But that is going to be a hard label to stick onto Olmert!
Officials dismiss criticism as act of resentment but some observers believe it is further evidence of divisions on Iran policy.
A recent poll carried out by an Israeli newspaper revealed that most Israelis are supportive of a strike on Iran if it is led by the United States.
The poll result, that was published on Sunday by The Jerusalem Post daily showed that 72 percent of 500 respondents support the U.S.-led attack, while only 14 percent of respondents oppose it, reported China’s Xinhua news agency.
I guess it is easy to agree to war war if someone else’s children have to die in it.