I would not have expected the Huffington Post to engage in that kind of bias but as usual, they are always willing to sink lower just to stir up their already anti-Israel readership. And we have a perfect example of that today:
"Christians have the lowest growth rate among the Israeli population, according to a recent report from the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics."Wow really? That's not very shocking. Certainly not worth a whole article in the Huffington Posts' "Religion" section. If the article was not intended to try and "prove" that Israeli Jews try to make the lives of Christians harder, it certainly came off that way. Which in turn led to the typical HuffPost reaction:
Bethlehem Christians are almost all gone because of Palestinian mistreatment.
Thirty years ago, Lebanon was 60% Christian; today it is barely 25%. This does not merit an article apparently.
Persecution of Christians rising in Iran and Syria.
Or the hundreds of examples from all across the Muslim world.
Nope! Better play it safe and stick to bashing Israel for not being good enough. As usual.