Most people can name one—and only one such journalist, #ShireenAbuAkleh out of 2658 killed 1990-2020. There is a name for that selective attention

How many names of journalists killed in war zones do you know?
Prof Phyllis Chesler
May 22, 2022

Did you know that 12 Al Jazeera journalists have been killed in recent years – seven of those in Syria? How many of their names or the names of the other journalists who’ve been killed in war zones do you know? According to the International Federation of Journalists, (IFJ), in the first such report, from 1990-2020, 2,658 journalists were killed while covering wars and conflicts…Jew haters the world round now believe that Israel really is the worst country in the world and, allegedly, callously shoots down journalists. Such beliefs are diabolical since Israel is probably the only country in the region which truly permits freedom of the press and allows the most savage criticism of its policies to appear, daily, in Israel-based media. READ MORE

JEWISH NEWS SYNDICATE Gantz says PA’s report on death of journalist Abu Akleh spreads ‘blatant lie’ The defense minister’s comments come in response to the Palestinian Authority’s claim that the Israel Defense Forces deliberately shot Shireen Abu Akleh, who was working for “Al Jazeera” in a combat zone.

CAMERA BLOG CNN’S Farce of an “Investigation” CNN’s “investigation” of the death of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh did not, as it claims, show that Israeli forces intentionally murdered her. Instead, CNN only showed the world how far the news company has fallen from serious journalism.

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