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Why having no readers is a great thing for a blogger.

there is something so private about having a diary that hides in plain sight.

i’m a newbie blogger, so, unsurprisingly, i don’t have many readers. as a matter of fact, i don’t have ANY readers. 250 more words

Curbing the self-loathing Jewish defamers of Israel

CANDIDLY SPEAKING FROM JERUSALEM
by Isi Leibler
May 19, 2015

Most of us are thoroughly exasperated with the obnoxious Jewish deviants who are demonizing Israel with their global campaigns, falsely defaming the IDF as monsters and war criminals. 97 more words

Israel & Middle East

EXCLAMATION POINTS

Second Lebanon War (2006):

[D]uring the final 72 hours of the conflict… Israel engaged in saturation cluster bombing, hitting more than 850 strike sites with millions of submunitions.

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Gaza

HOW ISRAEL FOUGHT IN GAZA

First published at New Left Project.

The only international fact-finding delegation granted access to Gaza following Israel’s 2014 assault on the territory, Operation Protective Edge, … 3,751 more words

Gaza

Former AP Journalist Expands on Criticism of ‘Breaking the Silence’ Report: ‘This is Not Journalism, It’s Propaganda’

ALGEMEINER
by Staff
May 14, 2015

Israeli-Canadian journalist Matti Friedman expanded on his recent criticism on Facebook of a report by Israeli nongovernmental organization Breaking the Silence about the conduct of Israeli troops during last summer’s war in Gaza. 90 more words

Israel & Middle East

The context of the BBC's promotion of 'Breaking the Silence'

As readers no doubt recall, at the beginning of this month the BBC produced three items on various platforms promoting a collection of anonymous ‘testimonies’ issued by the foreign funded political NGO ‘Breaking the Silence’. 309 more words

BBC

Publication of Israeli soldiers' accounts clouded by political agenda

BRISBANE TIMES
by Gerald Steinberg
May 9, 2015

On May 4, 2015, Breaking the Silence, a small Israeli non-governmental organisation, published anonymous allegations from Israel Defence Forces soldiers who are said to have fought in Gaza during summer 2014, purporting to “close the yawning gaps between what the IDF and government spokespersons told the public about the combat scenarios, and the reality described by the soldiers… 70 more words

Israel & Middle East