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CAMERA Op-Ed in Times of Israel Calls Out the NYT Spin on Israel Search for Kidnap Victims


Israel's attempts to rescue three kidnapped teens are endangering Palestinian-Israeli relations, reports The New York Times today. “The growing search for them and their captors further destabilized Israeli-Palestinian relations, and challenged the new Palestinian government's ability to hold together disparate political factions and reunite the West Bank and Gaza after a seven-years split,” intones the Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren.
 
Once again, the Gray Lady conforms to its well-worn narrative in which, regardless of the reality on the ground, Israel stars as the wrecking ball of peace. According to The Times, it is not Hamas' kidnapping of Gil-Ad Shaar and Naftali Frankel, two eleventh-graders on their way home from school, together with Eyal Yifrach, an unarmed, 19-year-old civilian, that is responsible for eroding Israeli-Palestinian relations. Rather, The Times singles out Israeli efforts to bring the boys home as the key cause of friction.
 
Read the column in its entirety here.

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