Guardian

Proof of official Palestinian incitement and antisemitism the Guardian won’t report


Israeli security officials recently presented the annualPalestinian Incitement Indexwhich includes findings from recent months in which peace talks have been taking place. The findings demonstrate that incitement against Israel (and Jews as such) is continuing in the state controlled Palestinian media, and that during the period of negotiations, not only did incitement not lessen, but in certain areas even increased.

The data suggests that incitement encompasses several main messages:

  • Israel has no right to exist, and Jews have no link to the holy Land;
  • The Jews are sub-human creatures and must be dealt with accordingly;
  • In principle, all forms of struggle, including terrorism, are legitimate in order to realize the final goal.

Though the documentation on Palestinian incitement was made available to foreign journalists – and subsequently covered even by the New York Times – the Guardian’s Harriet Sherwood, never shy about framing every Israeli announcement on housing tenders across the green line as an obstacle to peace – has not, as of yet, reported on the disturbing findings.

Here’s the sideshow that was released by the government:

(Note: The video clips seen in some slides can be viewed by clicking on the image.)

13 replies »

  1. It would contradict the manichaean belief of Guardinistas that the devil is Israel and multiculturalist G´ds/esses`s people are all others. Therefore truth is relative and manifold, and lying is just another perspective of a and performative act inside a constructed reality. (It still is the great influence of Foucault who declared all truths as phenomena of truth producing instances in order to control the individual on his successors, from Said to Butler.)
    What is startling that nevertheless this pagan view is preferring one monotheistic religion to all others.

    • ” the manichaean belief of Guardinistas that the devil is Israel ”

      You are hilarious. To accuse other of such nonsense is in itself a Manichean view. No one at the G thinks Israel is evil , you are trying to render all criticism as extremist and it is you my pal that wears that hat.

        • “Thanks, lying creep, to substantiate my claim.”

          Its the winning cheerful chaps that come here trying to get to the truth that I will miss most. The situation is delicate and any online criticism of either the Guardian or indeed the Israeli view should surely be more civilised but then we don’t know why some people cannot resist sneering …admittedly wittily and brilliantly …at any unorthodox view.

    • “It would contradict the manichaean belief of Guardinistas that the devil is Israel and multiculturalist G´ds/esses`s people are all others.”

      I doubt all of the Guardian readers and its staff believe in that.
      You can probably tell which of the staff is closer to the statement and which one isn’t.

      • It`s a polemic, and therefore a generalisation. Something this outlet of distortioned news will bear.