Anti Semitic sentiments are known in Europe and can be fueled by one-sided Anti-Israel publications (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_antisemitism). There are also stereotypes and a lot of negative comments on Old Testament mentioning Jews as selected people and Israel as a Promised Land.
NZZ Nr. 19, 24 Jan 2013 page 23, publishes an article of top NZZ reporter about election in Israel. First paragraph is presenting so called Israeli ‘rights’, who in the name of Zionism see land between Jordan and Mediterranean as a Promised Land.
Some people would see nothing wrong with this statement. Many people are religious including Christian Zionists and can believe in whatever they want.
But is this statement correct? I do not think so.
Everyone, including NZZ writers, has right to believe in something or feel hatred to someone. I feel that publications on Middle East subjects are poor and shame for NZZ.
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There are number of articles in NZZ on Israel election results during last 2 days (23-24 Jan 2013). Is there any mention on 3 Arab parties winning sits in the parliament?
Not at all, you may check here:
Israeli Arabs parties in the parliament are:
NZZ was writing several articles on Israeli Arabs using word ”Discrimination”.
Can NZZ readers in Switzerland get information about Arab parties in Israel parliament from NZZ pages?
It appears the main point of NZZ article about apathy of Arabs in Israel was also inaccurate.
I see 2 major lines of NZZ attacks over Israel:
Reality is as follows:
Will NZZ admit an inaccurate reporting about Israel? Will newspaper still keep its middle east reporters?
Israel’s Election: A Preliminary Analysis
Israeli Arab voters defy predictions of low turnout
US watchdog: Israel is Mideasts only ‘free’ state
It’s a… tie!?!
Different article, same story. Desitegration of Israel Arab citizens….( “Desitegration von Israels arabischen Bürgern”). On-line header is different from printed version.
I love reading NZZ. NZZ professional journalists are not writing that Israel discriminates Israeli Arabs. They write
Can you feel the difference?
NZZ writes about city Umm al-Fahm and what people feel there. That roads are below Israels standards, unemployment is doubled etc.
I have googled wikipedia and here is the follow:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umm_Al-Fahm
I suppose State of Israel provides education, medicine, security to Umm al-Fahm. Does NZZ present this to readers in Switzerland? They, we, you, his and him are sometimes feeling – not at all.
He, she, it feels NZZ does not usually does not even really have an objective sort of view on a place located somewhere near North Bank.
another boring article in NZZ…
Kleines Wörterbuch für NZZ-Leser:
Westjordanland = Judäa + Samaria
Palästina = Heimatland des Jüdischen Volkes
Nächstes Jahr in Palästina = Nächstes Jahr in Jerusalem
Israels Russen = Jüden aus der ehemaligen Sowjetunion
Palästinenser = Arabischen Palästinenser
Israels Sicherheit = nicht diskutieren + kein interesse
Faschistoiden Rechts Nationalism = Jüdisch und demokratisch
Avigdor Lieberman = Ewige Liebe
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