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I must say that I am surprised that of all newspapers, the Globe and Mail has uncovered this.

Mike Fegelman at Honest Reporting Canada has written a very nice summary of the lies and reality of this story:

In war, the saying goes, “the first victim is the truth.” With bullets flying and people dying, media coverage of the Gaza conflict was often event-driven, context-free, and replete with unproven allegations. But an in-depth investigative report by the Globe and Mail’s Middle East correspondent, Patrick Martin , proved to be the exception to the rule.

Martin’s front-page report on January 29 entitled “Account of Israeli attack just doesn’t hold up to scrutiny” investigated the Israeli shelling of Hamas terrorists near a UN school that led to the tragic deaths of 43 civilians. His conclusion: the facts don’t support the accepted story that the school itself was shelled.

Get the whole story here.

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One Response to “Truth Alert: Did Israel Shell a UN School? Globe & Mail Exposes the Truth”

  1. pst314 says:

    “In war, the saying goes, the first victim is the truth.”

    Because the mainstream news media are so willing to serve as mouthpieces for an enemy that has long been proven to lie 24/7/365.

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