Though the editorial is also notable in all but ignoring the role of radical Islam in the flight of Mid-East Christians, whilst absurdly blaming the West and Christians themselves, its obfuscation of Israel’s achievement in creating a ‘safe space’ for religious minorities represents another example of the media’s inability to re-evaluate their own narrative framing the state entirely through the prism of the Palestinian conflict.
On Dec. 28th we posted about an extraordinarily misleading article published in the Daily Express. The British tabloid actually put Israel atop a list purporting to “reveal” the “worst places to be Christian […]
In order to focus on the most egregious problem with a Christmas day Guardian editorial on the persecution of Christians worldwide, we’ll only briefly note the editorial’s risible opening paragraph which characterizes […]
(Image courtesy of Dry Bones) CiF Watch has posted several pieces regarding the persecution of Christians in Arab lands. While the posts (here, here, and here) were largely inspired by the […]