Alleged Mossad spy arrested in hit-squad case

Dear Editor,

“Alleged Mossad spy arrested in hit-squad case” stands in a strange light. Maybe it shows best in the following example.

A possibly Israeli hit on a major mastermind of terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians is describe here as a “brazen assault in a luxury hotel.”

Brazen means: “shameless or impudent.” Who is shameless, the mass murderer of civilians or the people who eliminate him?

This strange twist in your report raises the question, on whose side are you? The one of democracies (that support freedom of the press) or the one of totalitarian regimes and terrorists?

Or worse: doesn’t it matter when Israel is involved – any excuse to put Israel in a negative light is jumped at?

What will future generations say about this?

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