Samir Khan was the editor of al-Qaeda’s Inspire magazine until he was killed in a CIA drone strike, but the New York Times has yet to accuse the Obama administration of “using war as cover to target journalists.” Apparently, Israel is the only country that’s expected to treat terrorists-posing-as-reporters the same way it treats actual reporters.
I’m sure you’re all shocked by that double standard.
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Spokesman of the Gaza government Taher An-Nunu said Friday that he had sent an official letter of complaint to the UN “and other involved parties” following the death of five civilians in Gaza during the day.
Israeli air and artillery fire hit the coastal enclave ten times during the day. An Israeli military statement acknowledged the deaths, saying it “regrets that the Hamas terrorist organization chooses to operate from within its civilian population, using it as a ‘human shield’.”
An-Nunu said Israel was taking the opportunity while the world was “preoccupied with other events,” in the near and far east, and said that by “carrying out a series of escalations of attacks.” via maannews.net