Friday, February 14, 2014

HP Bias: Full Victim Treatment for Another Arab Victim

Once again, an innocent Arab has been cut down by the Jews, and once again, the Huffington Post is there to give him the full victim treatment. As regular readers know, this is an ongoing pattern of the Huffington Post, to pick and choose which victims they treat well and which they don't. This time, it's the voice of Donald Duck:

Yes, an Israeli soldier killed in the line of duty doesn't get his name in the Huffington Post, but an Israel hating Arab guy who was fired does. No bias here! Why do you ask?

If you're wondering what the tweet was, the Huffington Post article didn't publish it, but it did link to it. Here's the text:
I truly wish #Israel is demolished, I hate Zionism, I have so much hate inside me with every single child they murder or land they seize!
Yes, that tweet is clearly "anti-Israel" as the headline reported, to say the least. But don't worry, folks, the Huffington Post published his side of the story:
“I am against Zionism and Israel but I love the Jews,” he said, delineating resentment for the state of Israel and Zionism, the founding ideology of the nation, but not for the Jewish people."
Here's another tweet our poor victim published, a tweet the Huffington Post doesn't mention:
"I don't know why insulting #Israel & #Zionism is "Anti-Semitic"?! They are just a bunch of Polish/ Ethiopian immigrants roughly 70 years old."
Anyone care to guess who "they" are?

Don't feel too bad, folks. He's "proud" of what he did.

As for the Huffington Post readership, there were only 4 comments posted on the article after a day up, all of which support Wael, of course. Here's three of them.

Good to know who's side the HP readership is on.

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