Category Archives: 4. Pro-active

Our suggestions to AP for writing a certain report

[Pollard’s lawyers file clemency request with Obama]

Dear Editor, The Jerusalem Post has a beautiful, comprehensive report that Pollard’s lawyers file clemency request with Obama (http://www.jpost.com/International/Article.aspx?id=191625). We wonder why AP doesn’t report this. We agree that it will take ingenuity to find ways to distort this, but … Continue reading

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[Israeli soldiers did not open fire until their lives were in danger]

Dear AP Editor, We are missing your report on this new book by a fellow journalist. The cover of Şefik Dinç’s book, The Bleeding Mavi Marmara Şefik Dinç: “When the soldiers came on helicopters and started landing on the ship, … Continue reading

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[Israel wins Paralympic gold as Iranians refuse to swim in same pool]

Dear Editor, In your earlier “Iran wins in soccer but withdraws from taekwondo” you told us of an Iranian refusal to compete against Israel, only to withdraw the news in a later “IOC dismisses Israel claim Iranian faked injury” based … Continue reading

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German top intelligence official says right-wingers, Muslim extremists share anti-Semitism

Dear Editor, “German top intelligence official says right-wingers, Muslim extremists share anti-Semitism” concerns an interesting topic. We would love to see an AP reporter make a serious report out of this. It should stress both the similarities (cartoons, stereotypes, oppression, … Continue reading

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[Kidnapped Israeli soldier four years on]

Dear Editor, This email is going to make your day. We want to remind you that in two more days, on June 25, it will be four years (in the Western calendar) that Gilad Shalit was kidnapped into Gaza. There … Continue reading

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