Posts Tagged “Octavia Nasr”

Arab American journalists face industry bias

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Arab American journalists face industry bias

Arab American journalists face industry bias Arab American journalists continue to be targeted by racism and discrimination that dominate the mainstream American news media. America’s journalism industry is driven by an unethical and unprofessional growing trend by American media outlets to exclude any voices that are critical of Israel. It’s the main reason why there are so…

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Double standards exist even on hate in Israel

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Double standards exist even on hate in Israel

Double standards exist even on hate in Israel By RAY HANANIA Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the founder of the rightwing Israeli religious Party Shas, died this past week. More than 800,000 Israelis, mostly religious, gathered to commemorate his life work in occupied Jerusalem. He was applauded by nearly every major Israeli political leader and organization, secular…

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Juan Williams and the slew of fired journalists

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Juan Williams and the slew of fired journalists By Ray Hanania — Should Juan Williams have been fired for expressing an opinion tinged with racism? I don’t think so. Not that I support racist views. But I do believe strongly in freedom of speech and the tolerance of even the most ugly of comments. 

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